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Monthly Archives: May 2016
Ride-sharing putting a new focus on rear-seat occupant safety.
Nissan’s latest Z now available from under $20,000 (and it looks super-reliable, too!)
The turbo stays, and active safety gets safer
Wagon would join a redesigned Regal lineup as a 2018 model
It will rearrange your face. Literally. So wear goggles. It’s financially sensible, too. No, really.
This Silver Arrow is ready for you.
After countless wins and dozens of jumps, it’s time for a new Harley race bike
Heir of Boss, and the prodigal Shelby.
Mazda’s Real Torque.
The 2017 GT-R tries to be a little more GT without sacrificing the -R
Latest recall affects a combined 9 million cars from Honda and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
An in-depth look at the integration of cycling into our communities.
New engine option revealed by hamsters
Loose nut could cause a loss of vehicle control
Dealers will inspect the carbon-fibre shafts and replace if necessary
Broken clutches would render vehicle undriveable
Electric vehicles a common goal for manufacturers as the next decade nears
Four EVs to be based on existing Benz models
Korean manufacturer aiming to become world’s number two name in electric vehicles
Fuel saving tech will be accompanied by upgraded starters and batteries
Shaft could break while vehicle is being driven
Damaged wiring could disable knee airbag
The [original] Fast and the Furious returns
SRT Bondurant School lets you bell the (Hell)cat
Zippy like your jeans.
Multiple reports of brake failures prompted NHTSA investigation
Rear-drive sedan rumoured to use twin-turbo V6
The best ways to travel around France. And maybe catch a match.
Does sharing the road with Google’s self-driving car make you nervous? How about a driverless transport truck?
This month’s contributor wants to save you money by shedding light on a commonly overrated product.
New additions are from model years 2006 through 2011
After James Hinchcliffe’s incredible and emotional pole position we look at the five great Canadian moments of the Indy 500.
Charlize Theron’s Cipher character in Fast 8 looks ready to rock
Jeep recalls open-air Wranglers
Broken clutch springs could be caused by drivers with heavy left feet
Seatbelt retractor could break and injure vehicle occupants
Recall addresses increased risk of injury in a crash
Covers could impede side airbag deployment
Manufacturing flaw could leave vehicle stranded
A broken axle would render four-wheel drive system inoperative
BF Goodrich Advantage T/A Sport puts focus on performance.
Editor Jacob Black appears on Global TV’s The Morning Show with Liza Fromer and Jeff McArthur to talk car staging.
Descent into gaming addiction.
FIA Licenses, new tracks, global contest.
Changes to Ontario insurance are coming on June 1st.
Ridiculously overpowered. And that’s a technical assessment.
A vintage drive in a classic car you can still buy new.
Stand out in this bright yellow Diablo-inspired Fiero
A look at the look of future small Volvos
The 2-series is getting a pair of new engines for 2017
VW will be touring these track, stance, and enthusiast inspired cars this summer
The Phantom hits the end of the line in style with the Zenith Collection
New BC circuit is a private playground for driving enthusiasts.
Subaru will replace the faulty steering components
The latest in in-car tech is just beyond the tips of your fingers
Turn on your lights, guys, it’s not that hard.
Frightening Micra Cup crash in Calabogie, Ontario.
Compact concept to be officially revealed next week