They probably have it up on the website for 2 reasons:
1) Some dealers still have them, so it makes some sense for them to promote and /all their wares...
2) Intentionally promoting something that is either scarce, or n olonger available, to maintain that aura of scarcity
for the brand.
A perfect example is the PAM 91's (a discontinued model) placement in this summer's "After The Sunset" movie - PB told me
he knew the watch was being discontinued, but didn't care - it was an 'intentional' oversight; so when someone who is
interested in the watch goes off to their local dealer, they find out it's no longer available... not necessarily
great from a customer's viewpoint, at that immediate time, but it will keep that aura of 'exclusivity' around ~
Just my not-so-humble opinion...
Is the bear managing you, or are you managing the bear?