While the Ford Crown Victoria’s Panther platform represented the end of body-on-frame passenger car production in North America, vehicles designed with a full frame – as opposed to the unibody architecture we’re accustomed to seeing — remain common in North America. In fact, they’re remarkably common, though none of them are cars.

Body-on-frame SUVs are far from extinguished, while full frame pickup trucks rank form one of the largest new vehicle sectors in the country, claiming more than one out of every five new vehicle sales. We rank all body-on-frame vehicle sales in Canada through the first 11 months of 2017.