Canadian auto sales grew 2 percent in 2018’s first-quarter, a three-month span that places the Canadian auto industry on track to report a sixth consecutive year of record auto sales. But while the 30 best-selling vehicles in Canada account for more than half of all auto sales volume, these 30 lowest-volume vehicles are altogether less common. They produce roughly one-half of one percent of all new vehicle sales.

To discover which vehicles truly represent the narrowest of niches in the Canadian auto market, we’re excluding vehicles with base prices above $100,000, vehicles which are formally discontinued or for which discontinuation has been announced, and vehicles that weren’t on sale at the beginning of 2018.