There are more than 240 new vehicles available to consumers in the Canadian market today. In other words, there are a lot of options for buyers, and manufacturers must therefore make sure their models stand out in their respective segments. If they don’t, they just won’t sell them.
For different reasons, some models are simply not popular with consumers. Sometimes it’s because they do not have a sufficient competitive advantage over their rivals, while at other times it’s just because they have not been updated for a while. The competition is more advanced and therefore sells better.
In other cases, it is a simple question of price or that the model is in a segment where there are less customers, such as luxury mid-size sedans or convertibles.
In creating this list of the top 10 least popular vehicles in Canada, we excluded the exotic cars offered by Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren and Rolls-Royce. In fact, any model over $ 200,000 is not on the list. We also removed the vehicles introduced this year on the market.
Here are the 10 lowest-selling vehicles in Canada between the beginning of the year and October 1st.
6 units sold, -76% compared to last year
38 units sold, -43% compared to last year
40 units sold, -83% compared to last year
47 units sold, -45% compared to last year
Alfa Romeo 4C
55 units sold, -23% compared to last year
55 units sold, -57% compared to last year
59 units sold, -36% compared to last year
65 units sold, -11% compared to last year
134 units sold, -25% compared to last year
191 units sold, -22% compared to last year