With apologies to Julie Andrews
Monthly Archives: December 2015
Chabot enjoys his Ford Focus enough to want to stay with Ford and its F-150 when he goes pro.
Don’t drink and drive. It’s that simple.
Santa gets a new sleigh courtesy of Jaguar.
Forget the one percent. This is the 0.001 percent.
A guide to automotive insurance.
Christmas comes early for adventure bike fans.
Infiniti updates Q50 with big twin-turbo V6 power, but also a new entry entry level 2.0L turbo.
A glimpse at the everyday future.
Tesla Model S gets cast as an assassin’s bulletproof ride in Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest cinematic creation.
It was the most unsubtle of beginnings…
And by “holiday gift guide” we mean, “here is the contents of all our writers’ letters to Santa that we intercepted.”
We highlight some popular used seven and eight-seat family haulers ready for holiday fun.
In a self-driving car, who is the passenger and who is the driver?
The Titan XD may look like a regular duty pickup, but it’s a completely new breed.
After announcing that Genesis would become a sub-brand, Hyundai has revealed the model that will sit at the top of the Genesis lineup: the G90.
Nissan GT-R delivers crushing all-season performance, and makes a worthy used-supercar buy.
It’s all about getting home safely.
It’s a good time to be a rider.
Pritch reviews a modern-day classic and gets a little jealous.
IBC released its annual list of most stolen cars in Canada.
The Force is strong with these ones.
Work trucks, working.
Watch the Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and Ram Star Wars ads here.
Volvo lets a little girl run rampant in one of their trucks.
McLarent has announced that they will produce a limited-edition convertible version of the Longtail: the 675LT Spider.
Five simple checks you’ll probably miss.
The Bricklin SV-1 is a proud specimen of Canadian automotive history.
Rotary passion: personified.
Seriously, just get winter tires already!