There are plenty of brands of European cars Canadians are free to enjoy, such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, Land Rover, Audi, Jaguar, Bentley, Mercedes, and Volkswagon, just to name a few. While this list may seem impressive, it is not a realistic representation of the everyday vehicles the average citizen buys. Canadians need more station wagons, micro-cars, and fast yet affordable hatches or even a pick-up truck to meet the demands of daily life. Here are ten cars Canadians do not get.
This subcompact car was co-manufactured by the French automotive producer Renault and the Romanian car manufacturer Dacia. It is known as the Renault Sandero in particular areas such as South America, Mexica, South Africa, Russia, and Egypt. Introduced in 2007, the Dacia Sandero is a cheap car that gets good reviews from the guys at Top Gear, who claim that its 1.5-liter diesel engine pulls well and that the vehicle is an overall charming and straightforward car that is a smart purchase.