Year-over-year, compared with the first-half of 2016 — a record year for Canada’s auto industry — auto sales in Canada in 2017 are up 5 percent, a stunning turn of events that resulted in more than 1 million new vehicle sales in the first six months of this year.

But just because the industry continues to shoot for the sky doesn’t mean every new vehicle does so as well.

This list of Canada’s 30 lowest-volume new vehicles is limited to nameplates that have MSRPs below $100,000 and were on sale before 2017 began; they’re all also vehicles that have not yet been officially discontinued.

They’re here for different reasons, but sales reports declare, for one reason or another, that these are the 30 least common new vehicle acquisitions in Canada in 2017.