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Best-Selling Cars in Canada: Which Are Cheapest to Insure?

For the 20th consecutive year, the Honda Civic is Canada’s best-selling car and chances are, if you don’t have one insured on your auto insurance policy right now, you know someone who does. According to Honda, more than 2 million Civics have been sold in Canada since it first launched in 1973 making it a fixture in driveways across the country.

As Canada’s favourite car, the Honda Civic beat out its closest competitor, the Toyota Corolla, handily*. With more than 69,000 vehicles sold last year, the Honda Civic outsold the Toyota Corolla by almost 18,700 cars.

It’s an achievement that is not lost on Honda: “We are thankful for and deeply humbled by the loyalty and trust that our customers have placed in Honda and the Civic in the past 20 years,” said Jean Marc Leclerc of Honda Canada Inc. in a press release.

The 10 best-selling cars in Canada in 2017

Alongside the Honda Civic, the following cars also made the list as one of Canada’s 10 best-selling:

  • Honda Civic
  • Toyota Corolla
  • Hyundai Elantra
  • Mazda3
  • Chevrolet Cruze
  • Volkswagen Golf
  • Volkswagen Jetta
  • Kia Forte
  • Toyota Camry
  • Nissan Sentra
  • Sure, they’re best-sellers, but which of them is cheapest to insure?

    How do the best-selling cars rank in their auto insurance costs? To get a feel for which of the cars cost the least to insure, we here at InsuranceHotline.com compared car insurance quotes for Canada’s top-selling cars in six Ontario cities—Ajax, Cambridge, London, Ottawa, Peterborough, and Toronto—and then ranked the trends we noted. The results are in, and the car that regularly came out on top as the cheapest to insure was the Volkswagen Golf, followed by the Chevrolet Cruze.

  • Volkswagen Golf
  • Chevrolet Cruze
  • Toyota Camry
  • Volkswagen Jetta
  • Mazda3
  • Hyundai Elantra
  • Honda Civic
  • Kia Forte
  • Nissan Sentra
  • Toyota Corolla
  • From the number one position to the tenth, the difference in the average quoted premium was around $297. Would saving $297 a year in car insurance premiums sway which new car you buy?

    What goes into determining an auto insurance rate?

    Lots, and that’s why, if you’re looking to buy a new car it’s important that you compare car insurance quotes first. Factors like where you live, your driving and insurance history, your driving record and the car you drive are all factors that matter when it comes down to calculating your insurance rate.

    Find out which best-selling car in Canada offers you the lowest car insurance rate

    Every person is different, so the car that costs you the least to insure may not actually be the car that costs your neighbour the least to insure. If you’re in the market to buy one of Canada’s best-sellers, compare the car insurance market as well to see which car will save you the most in auto insurance. It takes only a few minutes, and could save you hundreds of dollars.

    * Sales data from Good Car Bad Car Auto Sales Data.

    This article is updated annually to reflect the latest sales trends in Canada.

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