If you go through Volkswagen’s historical model catalog, you’ll notice many occurrences of the exact same model sporting unique names in the U.S. and Canadian markets.

For example, Volkswagen marketed the last-generation Jetta Wagon in the United States as the Golf Wagon in Canada beginning in 2010. Roll ahead to present day, Volkswagen has called its Golf SportWagen (U.S.) the Golf Sportwagon in Canada since 2015.

Thankfully, that’s about to change.

According to Volkswagen Canada representative Thomas Tetzlaff, the Canadian outpost will drop the Sportwagon name in favor of the name used in the United States — SportWagen.

“That’s the name and we like it!” Tetzlaff exclaimed in an email.

The name change goes into effect for the 2017 model year, the same year Volkswagen welcomes the  Alltrack trim to the SportWagen family.

There have been few differences between the models Volkswagen offers in the United States versus what it offers in Canada. Recently, Volkswagen offered “City” versions of its Golf and Jetta in Canada, which were slightly refreshed versions of previous-generation models sold at bargain-basement prices. Volkswagen did not offer those vehicles in the United States.

This article first appeared at thetruthaboutcars.com