It’s car buying season. As the warm weather approaches, so does the car buying season in Canada. Beginning in the spring and ending in the fall, it seems Canadian drivers buy vehicles according to the temperature. After all, who wants to wander around a car dealership lot in -20°C weather only to take a test drive in a blizzard?

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If you’re in the market to buy a new vehicle this year, this guide to Canada’s best-selling vehicles may help you narrow down your list of possible candidates. And once you have your list narrowed down, make sure you compare car insurance quotes before you buy. The type of vehicle you drive will affect your car insurance rate, and some vehicles simply cost more to insure than others.

Best-selling cars in Canada

  1. Honda Civic
  2. Hyundai Elantra
  3. Toyota Corolla
  4. Mazda3
  5. Chevrolet Cruze

Best-selling trucks in Canada

  1. Ford F-Series
  2. Ram Pickup
  3. GMC Sierra
  4. Chevrolet Silverado
  5. Toyota Tacoma

Best-selling SUVs in Canada

  1. Ford Escape
  2. Honda CR-V
  3. Toyota RAV4
  4. Nissan Rogue
  5. Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

Best-selling minivans in Canada

  1. Dodge Grand Caravan
  2. Toyota Sienna
  3. Honda Odyssey
  4. Chrysler Town & Country
  5. Kia Rondo

Compare car insurance quotes

Compare car insurance quotes before you buy so you’ll know exactly how much you’ll need to set aside each year for your car insurance premiums.

The sales data comes from Good Car Bad Car Auto Sales Data

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