The newest vehicle to hit the market in the United States is a pickup truck.
And it’s already selling out in Canada.
The Chevy Bolt is the most popular vehicle to be sold in Canada in 2017.
It’s also the most expensive.
And while the vehicle itself is a bargain, the price of the vehicle is a huge problem for Canadians.
The Bolt is a $27,000 vehicle that has a base price of $51,000.
The price for the Bolt can climb to $58,000 if you add in the $1,000 destination credit.
So, the cost of the Bolt is higher than many other new vehicles on the market.
But the $27 million is a significant jump from the Bolt’s base price.
The new car is a much more expensive vehicle.
The $52,000 price tag is a massive increase from its base price, which is $34,000 (which includes $5,000 for the destination credit).
The biggest increase comes from the $4,500 destination credit, which means you will pay $4.50 more per month on top of the base price for a full year of ownership.
For comparison, you pay $5.50 for a six-month Nissan Leaf with the same credit.
The average Canadian spends about $20 per month, or $2,000 a year.
That’s not a great deal.
The average Canadian household spends $7,600 a year on transportation.
For an average family, that means a household spends about one-third of their income on transportation, according to Statistics Canada.
In the United Kingdom, the average household spends just over one-fifth of its income on car ownership.
That means the average Canadian consumes nearly 20% of their household income on vehicle purchases, according a 2017 report from the UK’s Institute for Fiscal Studies.
That number may be even higher in the UK.
The UK government estimates that a household would need to spend about $50,000 on a new vehicle in order to maintain the same standard of living as a US household.
That is roughly double what the average British household spends on transportation per year.