The Top 10 Canadian Market Cars of All Time
Considering it’s one of our two next-door neighbors, it shouldn’t be surprising that much of Canada’s motoring history looks a lot like that of the United States of America. Many of the same makes and models available down here have also been listed in the dealer order books up there as well. However, our poutine-and-hockey-loving brothers and sisters have had access to dozens of automobiles that were either available in countries other than the U.S. or exclusive to Canada. This was especially true prior to 1965, which was the year President Lyndon Johnson and Prime Minister Lester Pearson signed a pact that softened tariffs and trade restrictions specifically related to cars and car parts. Other factors driving these divergent product offerings include the exchange rate between their dollar and ours, the mostly rural geography and, yes, the slight variations in culture. Intrigued? Click the arrow to start perusing our 10 favorite Canadian-market car curiosities, ya hoser.