Canadian sales of new vehicles are higher than ever before. After a record calendar year in 2016, the first quarter of 2017 is 5 percent ahead of last year’s pace.

But only 30 vehicles account for the overwhelming majority of new vehicles sold. And at the opposite end of the ledger are the 30 least popular new vehicles in Canada.

Sometimes poor demand limits a vehicle’s popularity. A lack of incentives, limited production, the transition to a re-engineered model: all of this can play a factor. Some vehicles are intended to be uncommon—it’s part of their appeal.

Regardless of the reasons, these were the 30 lowest-volume new vehicles in Canada through 2017’s first three months.

Excluded are vehicles from Ferrari, Rolls-Royce, and Lamborghini, among others, which don’t report new vehicle sales by model. We also exclude formally discontinued models and vehicles with base prices above $100,000, which have no chance to be common vehicles in Canada. Finally, only vehicles which were on sale by the beginning of the year are eligible.