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Si’s back, tell a friend
Six-speed, turbo, adaptive shocks for Si
306 hp, 20-inch wheels, less weight
Tiny, light, quick
It’s easier, being green
The 20 best-sellers of the year
No slushbox for Honda’s quickest Civic
Greg picks his best drives of 2016
The Civic Si gets a turbo, and more red
From Accord to ZDX.
Is your car in the list?
The good news is all turbo, all with your choice of transmission
The new R looks mean, goes fast
All three trims to come standard with a stickshift!
Big fun is on its way to Honda dealers
Here are Ward’s 10 Best Interiors for 2016.
A look at the highlights and lowlights of tailpipes at the NYIAS
Production version of new five-door Civic is expected this fall.
We get our first look at the “everyday” version of the Civic’s new hatch variant
Honda hatches a third Civic variant
The best automotive shootouts of all time.
Tim Horton’s grand prize has a proud Canadian history.
AJAC Announces 2016 Canadian Car and Utility Vehicle of the Year
A fascinating tour of the Alliston, Ontario plant where the all-new 2016 Honda Civic sedan and coupe are produced.
As the pan-pacific Japanese car-culture cult classic celebrates its twentieth anniversary, we look at its finest machines.
Photos by autoTRADER.ca staff. Ever hear the phrase “It’s too much car for you”? Sounds like something from an ’80s movie, right? Truth is, with the widespread adoption of automatic transmissions, anyone can hop in most any car and drive away. However, when you’re just starting to learn, you don’t want a luxury land yacht/isolation…
It’s beige. It’s Japanese. It’s a compact. It’s a sedan. No, Cape Breton Screaming Eagles forward (and Carolina Hurricanes draft pick) Clark Bishop’s car is not a Toyota Corolla; his car is up a notch on Toyota’s wheeled appliance for the masses, even if it is a 2004 example of Canada’s bestselling family car, the…
Car sales have returned to record levels, with more Canadians buying all manner of new vehicles in 2014. This despite ever-tightening budgets, rising average MSRPs, and – at least until December – high fuel prices. Overall, Canadians were pretty boring, though, with few surprises in our choices for transportation. We start with the top five…