Through the first ten months of 2017, Canadian sales of new automobiles are up. Way up. Year-over-year, auto sales have grown 6 percent compared with 2016’s record pace. Canadians are likely to buy and lease more than 2 million vehicles in 2017, a figure unheard-of only half-a-decade ago. The reason? SUV and pickup sales are surging despite a sharp passenger car downturn.

Yet in the face of those industry-wide tendencies, there are vehicles that dismiss those trends as inconsequential. Examining vehicles that attract over 200 buyers per month, here are 12 SUVs/crossovers that are in reverse, 12 cars that are on fast-forward, and one pickup truck that is struggling whilst virtually all other pickups steam ahead.