No more resale testing either
Monthly Archives: March 2017
Seven magnificent Jeeps
Italian police get the best cars
Fixed cars on sale, new penalties
Ford investing in tech in Canada
Changes to new car rebates as well
Sometimes you just wait for the crash
Jump all the things!
Vancouver auto show brings Lexus and Range Rover North American debuts
Two epic Hot Wheels icons appear in Vancouver.
Toyota’s in the green
Some delays, but many on schedule
The Edmonton star of Vegas Rat Rods
This sounds tricky
Ten teams. Three Days. $10,000 at stake.
FCA to contract out 300 jobs in Windsor.
Maybe RS means “really soon”
The Model 3 Lives!
Preparing for a storm
Two tag-in to help Trooper
Haul heavy without hefty fines
Awesome and adorable!
Big money goes to transit
Small ones that helped start cars soon overtook large batteries that powered them
$1,000 to Canadian Cancer Society.
Touareg to remain VW flagship
A more bold look, more connectivity
Up, up and away
Pint-sized pickup pull
Sonorous V12 replaced by whirring motors
Snakes in a car
Plug in and drive, or sit back and don’t, eventually.
A new type of CUV from VW, potentially.
The world’s coolest work term
Cyber-Scarlett gets future-bike
Less weight, more speed
D-Types and Doozies
Four driven wheels, six manual gears, 420 screaming horses.
Small changes, small price increase
Gorgeous Italian classic
A four-season test for all-weather tires
Snow drive? Take it easy
Price increases come with new kit
Karim Habib moves from BMW
Sedan no more for Regal?
Ford files patent for added functionality
Go overland in Colorado
A look at six cars that deliver big-time motoring fun on a budget
Big Buick gains a gear
Porsche going all-in with Mission E
No hate for Fast Eight.
Audi looks to re-coupe crossover lineup
Maintenance tends to suffer in winter, wheels and suspension on bumps in spring
Newly found style for Toyota
Geneva auto show bears forbidden supercar fruit
Jeep boss confirms hybrid power for next off-road icon