Canada’s auto market continues to grow, yet through the first one-third of 2018, car sales are down 10 percent, year-over-year, and now account for less than 30 percent of the auto market. No wonder Ford, which has often been forced to heavily incentivize cars while also resorting to pushing many to fleets, intends to soon base virtually all of its business on light trucks.

There remain, however, brands that form a healthy portion of their sales with traditional passenger cars. We’ve ranked automakers based on the percentage of their 2018 year-to-date Canadian sales (through April) produced by cars. To get a clear picture, we’ve only looked at brands that sold at least 2,000 vehicles in the first four months of the year.