Top 10 Selling Pickup Trucks In Canada In 2016, the pickup trucks Canadians most often bought were mostly built Ford Tough. The Ford F-Series pickup truck is not only the best-selling truck in Canada, but it's the best-selling vehicle, period. In 2016, it was the only vehicle in Canada to break the 100,000 sold achievement.

If you're in the market to buy a Ford F-Series pickup truck, or one of Canada's other top selling trucks, consider the yearly gas needed to run them each year, so you're not taken aback when you fill'er up.*

The Best-Selling Pickup Trucks in 2016 in Canada†

  1. Ford F-Series

    Expect to spend in the range of $2,385 to $3,043 per year for fuel. Some models, however, run on an ethanol-gasoline blend (E85) and fuel pricing for these models is not available.
  2. Ram Pickup

    Expect to spend in the range of $2,323 to $3,187 per year for fuel. Some models, however, run on an ethanol-gasoline blend (E85) and fuel pricing for these models is not available.
  3. GMC Sierra

    Expect to spend in the range of $2,447 to $3,382 per year for fuel. Some models, however, run on an ethanol-gasoline blend (E85) and fuel pricing for these models is not available.
  4. Chevrolet Silverado

    Expect to spend in the range of $2,447 to $3,382 per year for fuel. Some models, however, run on an ethanol-gasoline blend (E85) and fuel pricing for these models is not available.
  5. Toyota Tacoma

    Expect to spend in the range of $2,282 to $2,652 per year for fuel.
  6. Toyota Tundra

    Expect to spend in the range of $2,920 to $3,372 per year for fuel.
  7. Chevrolet Colorado

    Expect to spend in the range of $1,835 per year to $2,508 per year for fuel.
  8. GMC Canyon

    Expect to spend in the range of $1,835 per year to $2,508 per year for fuel.
  9. Nissan Titan

    Expect to spend in the range of $2,734 per year to $2,920 per year for fuel.
  10. Honda Ridgeline

    Expect to spend about $2,323 per year for fuel.

Compared to cars, trucks typically require more gas to run; not only is the body of the vehicle bigger but trucks also usually have a bigger engine. See for yourself and compare the yearly gas needed for Canada's top-selling cars.

New Truck Insurance

While budgeting for fuel is important, so is budgeting for the insurance you'll need. If you know which truck you'll be buying, compare quotes at Kanetix.ca to ensure you are getting the best price for your insurance coverage. We shop the market to help you get the lowest insurance rate out there.

But, what happens if there are a several trucks that have made your short list and you need help narrowing them down? Rates can vary significantly depending on the vehicle you drive, and may influence your purchase decision. We can help you on this front as well. If there are several trucks that have caught your eye, you can easily compare quotes for up to 12 of them, side by side. Check it out for yourself! In just a minute, for example, you can compare quick quotes for all 10 of Canada's best-selling trucks at once to see which are likely to cost you more, or less, to insure.

Choosing a new vehicle to buy can be complicated; let us help you make your purchase decision easier.

* Annual estimated fuel cost is based on driving 20 000 km per year—a realistic distance for the vast majority of Canadians—at fuel prices that are estimated to be $1.028/L for regular, $1.191/L for premium, $0.976/L for diesel, and $0.13/kWh for electricity. This information comes from Natural Resources Canada's Fuel Consumption Tool. Keep in mind that consumption varies within a model due to options chosen when the car is purchased, as well as how you drive, traffic, and road conditions.

† The sales data comes from Good Car Bad Car Auto Sales Data.

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