Through the first four months of 2018, minivans produced only 4.6 percent of all Canadian auto sales. That’s down – way down – from 5.2 percent five years ago; 7.4 percent a decade ago. Consumers have drifted away from minivans, which now produce half as many sales as they did in 2004, and instead are mass purchasers of SUVs, crossovers, and crew cab pickup trucks.

Yet inside some showrooms, minivans remain more popular than their utility vehicle counterparts. Through the end of April, here’s how minivans stack up against their greatest rivals: their siblings.