Despite marginally exceeding 2017’s record sales pace with a 0.4-percent year-over-year uptick in the first four months of 2018, Canadian sales of passenger cars are down 10 percent. That sharp drop took the car sector’s share of the industry down to 29 percent in early 2018. At traditional Detroit brands – Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, and Lincoln – passenger car sales actually tumbled 11 percent. Only 20% of the cars sold in Canada wear one of these Detroit badges. We take a look at the 25 highest-volume here, but in many cases, “high-volume” is a term that simply does not apply.