Ford Ranger side airbags now added to the list of Takata airbag recalls following the death of a South Carolina man.
Monthly Archives: January 2016
Carpark fandom at its finest.
Going fast – off the ice.
BMW Canada sponsors the Canadian Olympic team, and provides cars for this select group of athletes hoping to make it to Rio for the 2016 Summer Olympics
The 320 km/h Jaguar F-Type SVR breaks cover.
The Cadillac of Cars
Alex Nylander, son of former NHLer Michael Nylander, enjoyed riding in Cadillac Escalades growing up.
Details continue to emerge about “Project Titan,” Apple’s electric vehicle initative.
Jamie Foxx rescues a man from a burning car in front his Los Angeles home.
Morgan Motor Company dives into the 21st Century.
Kia’s autonomous driving efforts revolve around passengers – and drivers.
Pritch ponders how self-driving cars will work in his climate.
The used market offers plenty of selection on used X5 SUVs from about $20,000.
Let it go. Crazy.
Liberal leaders make their case with GM CEO Mary Barra, but offer no concrete incentives to attract investment from GM.
Soo Greyhounds’ Zach Senyshyn comes from a Dodge family and hopes to continue the tradition with a Challenger V8 of his own someday.
Ontario is revising the province’s used vehicle safety inspection standards, which go into effect on July 1, 2016.
Beauty and Brawn
If your ride is overdue for its timing-belt change, you’ve got a ticking time bomb under your hood.
Automotive delights abound in La Belle Province.
All the small things.
Next-level phone integration technology is launching now, and will become a very big deal.
Lego does Ford
Few surprises in 2015 Canadian vehicle searches… except for one region.
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Advanced tech and engineering help new Malibu Hybrid put the kibosh on common compromises.
Titan Warrior concept is Nissan’s glove-slap for Ford Raptor.
Lincoln has unveiled the returning 2017 Continental at the Detroit auto show.
Acura’s Precision concept is all about the angles.
Kia’s first dedicated hybrid looks to unseat Prius, polish brand prestige.
Year of the Coupe
Audi looks to the future with the hydrogen fuel cell H-tron and announces the addition of the Allroad crossover to the A4 lineup.
The next step.
Honda unveiled the all new 2017 Ridgeline at the Detroit auto show to reclaim its share of the pickup truck market, and it looks vaguely familiar.
Flagship Lexus coupe introduce a new global architecture for large luxury vehicles.
Buick teases us with a sexy coupe concept in the Avista, and also shows their new Envision compact SUV.
New hybrid minivan from Chrysler.
A closer look at how a small team in a Detroit neighbourhood builds one of the world’s most potent supercars.
Because LEGO and Ferrari and Friday afternoon.
The Future Is Autonomous, Electric, and Connected.
2002 to 2006 Cadillac Escalades can be had with reasonable mileage for under ten grand!
Chevrolet will be expanding their popular Cruze lineup with a stylish, practical hatchback.
Your favourites and ours from our eclectic selection of Finds of the Week.
The last samurai.
The Top 25 of 2015
Options are numerous and compelling in keeping your ride’s body and underneathy bits clean this winter.
The British bring diesel power to their flagship Range Rover and Sport models.
Another month, another $100 dollar repair bill turned into a $1,200 repair bill.