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It’s easier, being green
The best new car and utility in Canada
The Cream of the Crop
Touchscreens and tuning knobs
By popular demand, here are some tips to shop smart for a used high-end luxury car
Says tariffs would ruin Windsor
Expands on previous Takata campaign
Hang on, let’s take a selfie
For the first time, there are no V8s to be found
Chrysler 300 may get the axe in 2021
Is your car in the list?
Two new trims for Chrysler’s newest mini-van
The Fault could cause the airbags and belt pretensioners to not deploy
Challenger, Grand Cherokee, 300, Magnum and Charger SRT8 models offered rocket-thruster performance at a bargain price
Fast, classy and comfy, a used Chrysler 300 SRT8 packs great big Hemi power at a bargain in the used car market.
Faulty fasteners could cause seats, suspension to squirm
200, we hardly knew thee
Loose wiring connection could cause loss of drive
American Muscle, Canadian-Made.
Up to $1,500 for finding ways to hack a Fiat Chrysler product
Broken clip can “trap” seatbelt and render it unuseable.
Broken pump would render car undriveable
Cash would create 1,200 new jobs
Recall addresses increased risk of injury in a crash
Google to integrate its self-driving system into Chrysler Pacificas.
Shiftless Chryslers under recall in U.S.; Canadian recall expected shortly
Here are Ward’s 10 Best Interiors for 2016.
Is this the minivan that will bring back the coolness to the segment? Well, I don’t know if it will quite bring the masses back to the fold of spacious and low-riding seven-seater goodness, but damned if it’s not a spectacular leap forward for Chrysler’s minivan. Such a leap it is that Chrysler decided it…
Chrysler prices its new premium minivan
We get Ralph to talk about his career, his place in the company and the cars he loves and drives.
NHTSA investigating automatic shifters in Grand Cherokee, Charger and 300 models.
All the small things.
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Year of the Coupe
New hybrid minivan from Chrysler.
We highlight some popular used seven and eight-seat family haulers ready for holiday fun.
Watch the Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and Ram Star Wars ads here.
Platform sharing used to be a dirty secret in the automotive world, with car companies going to great lengths to conceal the obvious begging, borrowing, and stealing that went on when one of more models were built from the same parts bin. Nowadays it’s the backbone of the entire industry as automakers strive to keep…
The wooden dashboard has been around for just about as long as the motorcar. As soon as car makers had gauges to mount, they slapped them into a nice piece of hardwood. Since then, designers and engineers have taken this concept and blasted it into the realm of high-art, creating finishes, textures and mixed-media compounds…
Update (January 6, 2017): Transport Canada, FCA add 1,166 vehicles to recall list Update (July 11, 2016): Transport Canada, Ford add 5,886 vehicles to recall list Update (June 21, 2016): Transport Canada adds 62,000 vehicles to recall list Update (June 3, 2016): Transport Canada adds 62,000 vehicles to recall list Update (May 24, 2016): NHTSA…
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…
Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott’s sibling rivalry extends to cars.
For May the Fourth, we round up a list of our favorite four-cylinder engines and create our own geeky greeting: May the Fours be With You!
Check out the eclectic mix of Australian, European, and American cars that made the final cut in Mad Max: Fury Road.
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…
With gas prices falling, we look at our favourite V8-powered machines from the used market.
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 –…
UPDATE Feb. 2, 2015: Well, the dust has settled and if you weren’t watching the game, fret not, we’ve got the remaining automotive ads from this year’s Big Game all lined up below. 2015: A Time for Family 2015 might have set a record for the number of ads appealing to fathers and the concept…
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,…
So you’ve just finished cruising all the way home in your new dream machine, proud as punch, knowing you’re the coolest thing on four wheels. But wait, there’s a problem. When the engine’s shut off and you’re inside the mall or Taco Bell, how will everyone know what fly new ride is yours? Tags: accessories,…
Chrysler invited us to Austin, Texas to test the third-gen 2015 Chrysler 300. The brand’s full-size sedan soldiers on with the distinctive three-box profile that’s helped make the model one of the bestselling domestic full-size sedans of the last few years. Styling is one area that Chrysler got right from the beginning, so they didn’t…
Two of the newest mid-size sedans go head to head in six-cylinder AWD trim.
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…
We get in the spirit of All Hallow’s Eve with some of the cars that elicit deep-seated fears of catastrophe, the demons within, or just plain pain in our eyes. Tags: chevrolet, chrysler, Dodge, fiat, Ford, jaguar, Plymouth, porsche, slideshow, subaruShare
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…
Some great options exist in a fast car that doesn’t scream “performance” – to your wife, or to your local law enforcement personnel.
When JP isn’t on set, you might catch him speeding through the streets – not in an old clunker – but in a high-performance car. He drives a 2005 Porsche 911 Turbo and a 2010 Porsche Cayenne Turbo. And in real life, JP can’t always shake that bad-boy image of his Trailer Park days.
He’s best known as “Bubbles” from the hit cult TV series, Trailer Park Boys. But now, actor Mike Smith is dumping his trademark Coke-bottle eyeglasses to play himself in the new flick, Swearnet, which chronicles his adventures with cohorts-in-crime Robb Wells and JP Tremblay – aka Ricky and Julian of the Trailer Park Boys – as they launch a profanity-riddled internet channel. When Smith isn’t on set performing his wild antics, he’s on the road driving a car that is anything but trailer trash. It’s an Italian exotic: a 2007 Maserati Quattroporte.