Comes down to cost. Canadians don't switch up vehicles as much as Americans. We also don't buy the crazy high end vehicles. The Durango alone on lots goes for around $50k+ for that price we'll buy a ram sport for $6k less or buy another half ton because of how much more we can do with them.
Even with pickups a lot of people will buy used because we can't afford (on average) $40k+ vehicles. Average hourly wage in Nova Scotia is $17/hr.
Stats Canada actually says average income is $30,780 for Nova Scotia.
Big money here usually buys the higher end American sports/muscle cars. Lots of scat packs, srt's, GT's, and SS's. More modded trucks though. More Cummins than anything really. Then wrx's. There's a tesla I see a lot, and a Bentley. But not much exotics
Downtown Montreal is a hotspot for supercar spotting. It's gotten to the point where people who live here would be more impressed by seeing a running Lada than an Aventador or something similar. Audi R8s and GT-Rs are a dime a dozen.
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Swapped out the flasher relay on the Yaris. It isn't the problem. Stalk may need to come off
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