A relative handful of vehicles accounts for more than half of all Canadian new vehicles. The remainder of Canada’s new automotive fleet is made up by a vast array of new vehicles: over 240 nameplates.

Among that group are a select few that stand absolutely no chance of becoming top sellers. They are the worst sellers, the lowest-volume vehicles in Canada during 2017’s first nine months.

For the purposes of this list, we exclude 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.