First, Chrysler Group killed the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200, and the Charger/300's fate is uncertain when this generation ends. Then, Ford killed every darned sedan in its lineup, from subcompact to full-size. And now, GM is killing the Cruze, the Volt, and every single large sedan in its lineup (Impala, LaCrosse, XTS, CT6). (Keeping the Malibu and the Regal for the moment, though). The argument is "Americans just don't buy sedans anymore." Curiously, though, import brands selling in the USA aren't following suit (with the sole exception of Mitsubishi). Nissan's not cutting the Sentra or Altima. Toyota just released new Camry and Avalon and Corolla models. VW has a new Jetta and a new premium sedan (the Arteon). Kia has a new Forte, an updated Optima, still has the Cadenza, and now has the Stinger. Hyundai's new Genesis luxury brand only has sedans. Etc. So...am I the only person out here who still likes sedans, and thinks that the Detroit Three are making a big mistake here? Sure, sales aren't quite as good as they used to be thanks to compact crossovers, but nobody killed all their compact crossovers when midsize sedans outsold them. So why kill all your sedans just because crossovers have taken the lead as #1-best-selling model?