As the Canadian auto industry grapples with decreased demand for passenger cars, the market surges toward a fifth consecutive year of record total auto sales because of steadily rising SUV/crossover volume.

But simply being a utility vehicle isn’t a guarantee of Canadian sales success. These are the 25 most rapidly declining SUVs and crossovers in Canada in 2017’s first seven months.

We’ve excluded officially discontinued models that are in their final model year and, for the sake of truly seeing where the SUV/crossover market loses a measure of sales, vehicles far outside the mainstream that generated fewer than 1,000 sales in the first seven months of 2017.