Best Trucks Canada 2017: Top Models & Offers

Trucks/pickups are the most popular vehicles in Canada. Believe it or not, it is not the Honda Civic or the Toyota RAV4, and the reason is very simple: the weather conditions and the popularity of pickups as work vehicles. So, if you are looking for the "Best Trucks Canada" list, the best offers and the best available options, then you have landed in the right place.

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Best Trucks Canada: The Full List

On the following article, you will find a complete list of offers ranging from popular brands like Ford and Dodge to the Japanese alternatives provided by Nissan and Honda

The "pickup offers battle" is one of the most intense sectors of the market where manufacturers have the interest to jump in due to the incredible level of demand that that kind of vehicles have in North America and especially in Canada.

Ford sold 145,409 units of the F-150 in Canada during 2016 and 820,799 in the U.S., almost a million vehicles just in North America. In the case of Canada, this represents the 15% of the market share, just 5% ahead of the runner up Toyota that has only 10% of the market share. The numbers are quite good...

The Top Sellers: #1 F-150 & #2 RAM

When it comes to the top, for 51 years in a row, the Ford F-150 has been the #1 vehicle in the country. It is an impressive record, and for sure, really hard to break. During 2016, more than 145K units were sold in Canada... that is a lot.

145,000+ units sold: 2017 Ford F-150 starting around 570 CAD/month tax. inc. x 36 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Ford F-150

The popular Ford F-Series starts around 570 CAD/month tax. inc. for a 3 years contract.

89,000+ units sold: 2017 Dodge RAM starting around 340 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Dodge RAM

Ranking second among all trucks and also second among all vehicles sold every year in Canada, the RAM starts at an attractive price of 340 CAD/month tax. inc for a 60 months contract.

Positions #3 to #11

51,000+ units sold: 2017 GMC Sierra starting around 370 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: GMC Sierra

The famous GMC Sierra, flagship of the GMC line, had more than 50,000+ sales during 2016. It also shows up at a very compelling price that moves around the 370CAD/month tax. inc.

44,000+ units sold: 2017 Chevrolet Silverado starting around 400 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Chevrolet Silverado

The Silverado is the second most popular vehicle/truck in the U.S. and 4th most popular truck in Canada. The starting price is around 400 CAD/month tax. inc.

12,000+ units sold: 2017 Toyota Tacoma starting around 450 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Toyota Tacoma

Toyota holds positions #5 and #6 in both Canada and the U.S. The Tacoma starts in Canada around the 450 CAD/month tax. inc.

11,000+ units sold: 2017 Toyota Tundra starting around 450 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra starts with a similar price to the Tacoma, when it comes to size and performance, the Tundra is a definite winner. Although both start with the same price, Toyota makes very clear the purpose of each model: the Tundra is a larger and more "strong" vehicle than the Tacoma.

6,500+ units sold: 2017 Chevrolet Colorado starting around 390 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Chevrolet Colorado

Ranking #7, the 2017 Chevy Colorado starts at 390 CAD/month tax. inc. when leased for 5 years.

6,000+ units sold: 2017 GMC Canyon starting around 380 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: GMC Canyon

The GMC Canyon, smaller and lighter than the Sierra, ranks as the #8 most popular trucks in Canada. It starts around 380 CAD/month tax. inc. when leased for 5 years.

4,100+ units sold: 2017 Nissan Frontier starting around 350 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Nissan Frontier

The first Frontier was launched in 1997. The main alternative from Nissan to compete with the "American pickups" has a decent acceptance in North America, reaching up to 85,000+ sales per year in the U.S. and more than 4,000+ in Canada.

The 2017 Frontier starts around 350 CAD/month tax. inc. when signing for 60 months. 

2,700+ units sold: 2017 Nissan Titan starting around 540 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Nissan Titan

Nissan launched the Titan in 2016 and selling more than 2,700 units in the first year resulted pretty well. You can lease the Titan for around 540 CAD/month tax. inc. for 5 years.

2,600+ units sold: 2017 Honda Ridgeline starting around 555 CAD/month tax. inc. x 60 months

Best Trucks Canada 2017: Honda Ridgeline

Honda is trying very hard to get into the pickup business. The Ridgeline is definitely a very solid option and, although the starting price is quite high (Honda...) the reviews are quite positives.

The Ridgeline can be leased for around 555 CAD/month tax. inc. on a 60 months contract.

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About the author

Jorge Diaz is a passionate car lover, winter driver & Software Engineer. For the last 10 years, he has built Online Solutions used by more than 5,000 companies across the globe. He founded LeaseCosts in 2016 with the purpose of simplifying and helping people to better understand the complex market of new vehicles in Québec and Canada. You can connect with Jorge in LinkedIn or send him a direct message.