Conventional cars now account for approximately 20 percent of all new light-duty vehicle sales in Canada. Not only is selection more limited than in the past, but prices have gone up quite a bit lately. A great example is Honda, where the Fit is dead and the new 2022 Civic starts just shy of $25,000.
If you don’t want an SUV or crossover and would rather not purchase a used vehicle, here are the top 10 cars with the lowest manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) in Canada in 2022.
Note: The MSRPs listed on the next few pages are all accurate at the time of writing. However, they are subject to change at any time. They do not include freight and PDE, other applicable fees, or available rebates and offers.