Subaru has axed the ailing mid-sized Tribeca crossover, with production slated to end in January.
The last deliveries to dealers will be made in February.
The Tribeca is produced at Subaru's factory in Lafayette, Ind. Company executives have hinted for some time that the vehicle would likely be replaced with a larger and roomier three-row, seven-seat SUV. But a spokeswoman said the company could not release further details or timing about the new mid-sized vehicle.
The Tribeca has been criticized for its lack of rear seat space and quirky styling.
Subaru said it has sold about 78,000 Tribecas in the United States since the crossover went on sale in 2005.
Tribeca sales fell 19 percent in the first nine months to 1,247 vehicles.