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Things are looking truck for Oshawa
Shopping for a used copy of a recent LSA-powered GM?
Coast-to-coast, hands-free? Almost
Anything will be an improvement
The Cream of the Crop
Maybe the oldest new car in Canada
Canada outpaces United States in attracting first-time luxury shoppers
Don’t miss these highlights from Detroit
Traction and space abound in our mashup of AWD / 4×4 rides ideal for big families
The luxury plug-in hybrid will arrive this spring
LA sparks into life
Belt separation could cause tire failure
Cadillac’s 556 hp hot-rod now available with sub-$40,000 used pricing
A software issue may cause the airbags to fail to deploy
New design could signal intent to go after Audi A7 and Porsche Panamera
Will a faster base car lead to faster sales?
Jeep Wrangler was last FCA model to use the trouble-prone component
I drive your granddad’s car. It rides incredible.
Now you can finally get the guy who’s been dinging your doors
Here are Ward’s 10 Best Interiors for 2016.
A look at the highlights and lowlights of tailpipes at the NYIAS
New Caddy crossover would give the brand a competitor for Q7, XC90, QX60.
New Caddy Crossover.
Cadillac’s XT5 gets extra tech
The best automotive shootouts of all time.
The Cadillac of Cars
Alex Nylander, son of former NHLer Michael Nylander, enjoyed riding in Cadillac Escalades growing up.
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Year of the Coupe
2002 to 2006 Cadillac Escalades can be had with reasonable mileage for under ten grand!
Boom, bust, or fade.
Three generations into its V Series family of high performance sedans, the all-new 2016 Cadillac CTS-V pushes the boundaries of what’s possible for a modern luxury car. Longer and leaner than the vehicle it replaces, the CTS-V has also matured, as evidenced by the removal of its manual transmission option and the newly opulent interior…
How many of these cars can you identify from just these badges?
A look at some concept cars that could have turned the fortunes of several major automotive brands.
Picture this: It’s 5:15 pm at the end of a hectic day at work. Home is a 32 km commute away – normally a 40 minute trip, but the traffic radio says it’s bumper-to-bumper out there today so you’ll be lucky to make it home in an hour. Pick the wrong car, and it’s going…
A look at some of the most lavish features Pritch has ever encountered.
In this time of being able to buy cars over the Internet, and knowing that your choice, whatever it may be, will come with standard features, like seatbelts, windshield wipers, and other features so commonplace you’d be horrified to discover that any were missing from your purchase, it’s hard to believe that there was once…
To Chevy or not to Chevy
No traffic jams, no collisions, no driver fatigue! Wait a minute: that was a prediction from 1956, where “electronic devices” embedded in the road would control traffic. And cars would be powered by electricity, look like Cadillacs or Imperials, and have bubble roofs. Tags: apple, audi, autonomous, cadillac, driverless, Ford, google, mercedes-benz, nhtsa, nissan, rinspeed,…
You love your ride. You’re proud of that shiny status symbol parked at the country club. Or maybe it’s that jacked up Chevy covered in good ol’ country mud that you want people to know is yours. But your charming offspring is showing little appreciation for flashy metal and horsepower, and he or she is…
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…
Auto shows offer a mix of outlandish concepts and upcoming production vehicles; this year’s New York International Auto Show is no different. Here are our must-see reveals from Day 1. Tags: 2015, 2016, 2017, amg, cadillac, chevrolet, concept, Ford, honda, hyundai, infiniti, jaguar, kia, land rover, lexus, lincoln, mazda, mclaren, mercedes-benz, new york international auto…
Cadillac pulled the wraps off a new flagship sedan that will represent the brand at the highest levels of luxury. Dubbed the CT6, it enters the full-size prestige class with the likes of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and Lexus LS. With an advanced aluminum and lightweight construction, the CT6 promises lower weight and better agility than…
Where there is a boss, there is a boss car.
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,…
Screw you, Valentine’s day. We’re going for a rip!
Gas prices are at a record low. So low in fact that all the people who sold their Hummers are being checked into support centres right across this Great White North of ours. We’ve seen no shortage of articles helping you save fuel and help the planet (including just yesterday on this very site –…
Super Bowl XLIX is upon us and before the weekend’s over, beer will have been consumed, tears will have been shed, and the big game’s MVP will drive away in a new car. Of course, given the choice, most major league athletes will opt for something garish and extravagant, and the NFL is no exception….
Owning an actual spaceship is a ridiculous idea. Largely, that’s because spaceships are difficult to park, conspicuous, and prohibitively pricey to fuel and insure. Plus, full-throttle operation vaporizes anything within a half-mile radius, and all of your fellow motorists will know you’re a great big geek. Tags: audi, bmw, cadillac, chrysler, design, kia, lincoln, porsche,…
The world can be a dangerous, scary place sometimes. It’s gotten to the point where even the high-profile, high-paid and high-power elite among us can’t safely drive down the street anymore. Luckily for them, the automotive world has a solution. Be they factory-direct passenger cars, highly modified aftermarket fit outs, or ground-up, all-out assault vehicles,…
Last November, I drove with my family to collect a new puppy from an American breeder. She agreed to meet us halfway between our two homes in Louisiana and Toronto, but there was only one place this could be: his name is Elvis, so we had to meet in Elvis Presley’s hometown, Memphis, Tennessee. Elvis…
Article and photos by Brendan McAleer and Mark Stevenson, additional photos courtesy of the manufacturers We couldn’t pack all the goodness of the North American International Auto Show into just one slideshow. And honestly, we’ve seen more new vehicles than we can shake a stick at, but these are the cream of the crop. These…
Oddly, when compiling a list of iconic TV cars, you realize that the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s provided numerous choices, but the last few years have been disappointingly barren… that means it’s time for a comeback! Tags: batman, cadillac, cartoon, chevrolet, Dodge, ferrari, Ford, GMC, lincoln, pontiac, slideshow, television, volkswagenShare
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…
What’s the point of being rich and famous if you can’t live the life?
For many folks, a car’s engine is its most important part. A mechanical masterpiece. A glorious combination of shafts and pistons and rods sloshing about in a bunch of oil and gas to achieve the miracle of combustion-based momentum. The heart of the beast. But let’s face it, some engines are better to look at…
It seems hardly fair to talk about weird Japanese automotive ads without recognizing that, yes, car commercials tend to be big-budget, convoluted affairs no matter where you are in the world. In North America, however, the vast majority of ads focus on discounts and financing offers. Very rarely do they promote the brand itself. But…
If the original ATS sedan broke new ground for Cadillac with a focus on lightweight materials, a nimble feel, and driving exhilaration rather than luxuriant comfort, then the launch of a two-door version is simply a natural progression of the brand’s goals. Four doors good, two doors better – a slight reduction in practicality in…