Roughly 313,000 vehicles remain fitted with high-risk components
Monthly Archives: June 2016
It’s a good time to be in the autonomous car business
In honour of the Tour de France: Some bicycles that are cars, and some cars that are bicycles.
Both mid-size models get new trims, finishes and features
Half a million diesel VWs could be on their way to the wrecker’s.
Airbag assembly could separate and enter vehicle cabin.
True patriot love in all thy drivers command.
The new Panamera looks better, goes faster, sips less gas
A bold exterior and a stylish interior.
Latest crossover concept previews an upscale PHEV coupe
Electric jam session.
Details of buybacks and compensation to emerge June 28
Will a faster base car lead to faster sales?
A special car needs some more special editions.
Tracing Targa Florio.
Like most race fans, Latifi’s dream is to compete in the F1 one day. Unlike most fans, he stands a very good chance of doing it.
Jay Leno gets tossed around by a 1960s drag racer
Announcement could come in September at Paris auto show.
New models to come over the next 18 months
Less is more?
A two tone tribute to the landmark Lambo
Desperate parking attempt gives guilty driver away
Jeep Wrangler was last FCA model to use the trouble-prone component
Carrying the dress code onto the road.
The father of modern automotive design.
Kia beats out Porsche for top spot
Will Daniel’s beloved Golf TDI face the crusher?
“Have you ever read Cinderella?”
I drive your granddad’s car. It rides incredible.
Improperly tightened fastener could break free in a crash
Faulty gasket could lead to failed charging system
Springs could break and cause loss of control
Stalling could be misinterpreted as a function of the start/stop system
Safety fun for the whole family!
Might as well go out with a bang. Or at least a bunch of special editions
Pay to play.
This month’s contributor made a little mistake, then a much bigger one, which cost thousands.
Bigger battery means longer range Leaf
Another V8 lost to turbos, but such is progress. And fuel economy
Atieva intends to produce a luxury sedan that could be on the road as soon as 2018.
One car. Two seats. Four wheels.
Pancakes that sell like hotcakes.
Ontario looks to bolster flagging auto sector
A Mini that’s both yours and not yours. A Cooper and a John Cooper Works
New factory will be BMW’s second in North America
Rare 4×4 offers outstanding off-road performance, convertible styling.
Campagna, producers of the three-wheel T-Rex16S and the V13R road gobblers, vividly spotlights how Quebec and Ontario’s utter inability to understand each other is alive and well.
Faulty airbag connector may prevent proper deployment
Faulty fuse could lead to lighting failure
Weak battery could cause steering misalignment
Broken pump would render car undriveable
The all-new luxury CUV starts at $49,900
The first small Jag in a while is shown across the country
The future looks bright. And autonomous. And Luxurious.
When money is no object.
A look at how to shop smart for some of the used market’s popular compact car choices.
Automaker to update cars to prevent driver error
Recall covers models previously repaired