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Quieter, smoother-operating XTS
GM’s test fleet now 180 strong
A mind- and eardrum-blowing experience for one fan of music, cars and hockey.
LaCrosse gets less thirsty
Toronto quickly becoming self-drive center
All-new Terrain gets a price bump
Things are looking truck for Oshawa
Shopping for a used copy of a recent LSA-powered GM?
Increasing trouble for Venezuela’s people
Nice interiors from $20,000 to $250,000
F-150’s new 10-speed automatic feels like any other transmission
Bolt from the green.
Honda and Hitachi hook up
Terrain goes, Equinox stays
Touchscreens and tuning knobs
A sit-down with GM Canada CEO Steve Carlisle
Canada outpaces United States in attracting first-time luxury shoppers
Maven keeps moving
New Terrain unveiled
Service will start in Kitchener-Waterloo
Chevrolet unveils off-road-ready Colorado
Belt separation could cause tire failure
Corvette, Camaro, track time and some tasty warm-up acts
New drivetrain to bring nominal improvement in economy
Big brother is watching.
Tennessee-based company’s components under scrutiny
GM looks to be joining Nissan, Honda, and Subaru by ditching gears for pulleys
New patents point to technology intensive future V8
Jeep Wrangler was last FCA model to use the trouble-prone component
Ontario looks to bolster flagging auto sector
Fuel saving tech will be accompanied by upgraded starters and batteries
Top trim set to gain a gear
Itty-bitty city wheelies.
Mobility means more than just getting around.
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…
Custom Camaro job pays homage to iconic Burt Reynolds movie
Liberal leaders make their case with GM CEO Mary Barra, but offer no concrete incentives to attract investment from GM.
We check in on the sales charts to see which models are leading the charge in this record-breaking sales year.
Military vehicles that have found a niche in the larger market
It might be too soon to call it, but there’s evidence of a revolution brewing in the mid-size truck segment. The arrival of a refreshed Toyota Tacoma for 2016 means that those shopping outside the full-size pickup segment now have three fresh options to choose from, as the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon were both…
Update (July 18, 2017): Transport Canada, Nissan add 111,411 vehicles to recall list 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):…
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!
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,…
Here are four women who’ve worked their way to the top in the automotive industry.