In many respects, the Canadian automotive market is a lot like that of the United States. Except that it’s a lot smaller, and the R32 Nissan GT-R is legal there. There’s also the fact that Chevrolet offers its Orlando and Trax models — vehicles that America doesn’t have the luxury of buying.
Now, however, it seems that the tables have turned, because the upcoming Chevrolet SS performance sedan won’t be offered in Canada — the birthplace of hockey, maple syrup, and the snowblower. So far, GM hasn’t provided a reason for its decision, which makes the frigid temperatures outside feel just a little colder.