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Sedan no more for Regal?
Big Buick gains a gear
The best new car and utility in Canada
The rarest Buick?
Buick’s new wagon-crossover hybrid
Touchscreens and tuning knobs
LA sparks into life
Corvette, Camaro, track time and some tasty warm-up acts
New trims to elevate Buick models to higher level of luxury
A software issue may cause the airbags to fail to deploy
Affected cars will get new fuel line assemblies
Another test of headlights, another glaring result for automakers
Wagon would join a redesigned Regal lineup as a 2018 model
The refreshed Encore is here.
We rank the Super Bowl ads from best to worst.
All the small things.
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Year of the Coupe
Buick teases us with a sexy coupe concept in the Avista, and also shows their new Envision compact SUV.
The weirdest stuff is still outside.
Haven’t heard of McLaughlin before? You’re not alone. With hundreds of automakers born and laid to rest in the first few decades of the industry, it can be hard to keep track of who the players were before consolidation created several of the megaliths that currently rule today’s market. Ontario’s McLaughlin Carriage Company started out…
Check out the eclectic mix of Australian, European, and American cars that made the final cut in Mad Max: Fury Road.
The car that Sarnia Sting assistant coach Chris Lazary recalls when you ask him to drum up his favorite motoring memories may not seem like much on the surface, but it does well to show how you don’t need a Ferrari badge on the hood to make a memory. “It was a blue 2004 Buick…
New York is not a city for driving, it’s a metropolis of the driven. There are any number of ways do get around town, from pedal-cab to taxi, and at the top of the food chain there’s the limousine. At this year’s New York Auto Show, there were any number of options for long, sleek…
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 14 years since the first Fast and the Furious flick hit the big screen screen. In that time a veritable who’s who of high performance metal has played a starring role in the (soon to be) seven movies that have charted the adventures of Brian, Dom, and a…
The wonderful world of concept cars is filled with fanciful, cutting edge and forward-thinking designs, and these are the concepts that prefaced leaps in automotive design and technology, and some that are just plain cool. Tags: alfa romeo, bmw, buick, cadillac, chevrolet, concept, concept vehicles, Dodge, ferrari, Ford, general motors, GM, hybrid, jeep, Lamborghini, lancia,…
Article and photos by Brendan McAleer and Mark Stevenson, additional photos courtesy of the manufacturers Sure, January 1 was two weeks ago, but when you’re talking about cars, it’s the North American International Auto Show in Detroit that marks the beginning of a new year. Running now through to January 25, this is the show…
The rich and snobbish often say that new money is the worst type. They say that rapidly acquiring wealth commonly ends in fashion disaster. Taste, they opine, is earned over generations. I’m a little less classist than this and reject the bourgeois elitism apparent in such attitudes – then I looked through a bunch of…
It’s thanksgiving this weekend: a special time of year where people everywhere get together with loved ones, hastily shovel poultry, potatoes and gravy into their yaps, and then ignore the mountain of dishes while struggling to fight off the tryptophan coma and stay awake past the 8 o’clock news. Thanksgiving is also a time to…
Welcome to Vancouver’s annual display of supercar finery – everything from classic Countaches to Le Mans racers, and exotica like the Bugatti Veyron and Pagani Huayra.
Styling Rather than fight head-on against the full complement of excellent compact SUVs around, Buick simply decided to go one size smaller. The five-door Encore doesn’t have an aggressive bone in its body, with an upright, curvy body, big guppy eyes and a small chrome Buick grille. Some of the detailing – the blue-ringed HID…