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New York Auto Show 2017’s highlights and favourites
$1,000 to Canadian Cancer Society.
autoTRADER.ca poll reveals chivalry takes a back seat for millennials on the bumpy road to modern-day dating success
Don’t miss these highlights from Detroit
Canadians’ automotive wish list mixes practical with aspirational
LA sparks into life
Is your car in the list?
autoTRADER.ca study links fear of negotiation, value uncertainty to buy/sell hold-outs
Class is in session.
More than just bikes.
Topless picks and tips for summer.
Editor Jacob Black appears on Global TV’s The Morning Show with Liza Fromer and Jeff McArthur to talk car staging.
After a long hiatus, Renault finds its Canadian pied-à-terre in the pint-sized Twizy.
Minor updates to styling, refinement and safety equipment.
It’s important to do your tax homework when deciding between buying or leasing a new or used vehicle.
A checklist for your first ride of the season.
Our favourite cars and displays from the 2016 New York International Auto Show
A look back at the only movies worth watching from 2015.
Tim Horton’s grand prize has a proud Canadian history.
autoTRADER.ca poll finds mainstream brands trump luxury nameplates on Canadian vehicle attraction meter
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Year of the Coupe
2017 Ford Escape Ford revealed a refreshed 2017 Escape at a special event the night before the Los Angeles Auto Show. While the manufacturer calls this the fourth-generation of its best-selling crossover model, in truth, it’s a warming-over of the second gen introduced in 2012. 2017 Ford Escape Ford seems most excited about the new…
The Big Skinny.
Welcome back to the back-to-school traffic blues – Road safety tips for a safe return to school.
Brampton Batman’s Batmobile causes heroic traffic snarl.
Bad news for those of us who thought the Pan Am Games hype might push people off the cluttered roadways. With the Pan Am Games just days away and temporary HOV rules already in full effect, 60 percent of Toronto commuters say they won’t be changing their commuting habits. Despite a push from Games organizers…
We Canadians pride ourselves for our polite behavior, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t things that get us ticked. As we gear up for a summer full of adventures, we’re also getting ready to battle gridlock, weekend getaway traffic and construction delays. We conducted a survey of over 1,500 Canadians to dig up what grinds…
autoTRADER.ca Survey Links Vehicle Colour to Personality Types.