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Now only in Canada.
One size fits all
Longer, wider, lighter Rio
Flaw could cause engine failure
Toyota’s in the green
Kia explores Niro triple threat
It’s easier, being green
Aggressive pricing for Kia’s eco warrior
The Cream of the Crop
The Aston Martin AM-RB 001 leads the show
The all-new luxury Kia gets cheaper
Touchscreens and tuning knobs
It’s about much more than styling
Don’t miss these highlights from Detroit
The Kia that zigs
26 Kia Sorentos will become Santa’s little helpers
Kia’s hamster-mobile goes turbo
Driver’s seatback could fail in a rear-end collision
The sportiest and rarest Kia is really a Lotus on the inside
Current trends and future visions
New faces and seating spaces for Soul and Rondo
The Rio gets a bit bigger, and a bit more upscale inside
The all-new Rio is slightly larger, gets LED headlights
Tennessee-based company’s components under scrutiny
Another test of headlights, another glaring result for automakers
Broken weld would affect wheel alignment and handling
Kia beats out Porsche for top spot
Kia issues second Sedona recall to deal with corrosion issues
This marks the second time Sedona has been recalled for this issue
New engine option revealed by hamsters
Electric vehicles a common goal for manufacturers as the next decade nears
Korean manufacturer aiming to become world’s number two name in electric vehicles
Rear-drive sedan rumoured to use twin-turbo V6
Seatbelt retractor could break and injure vehicle occupants
A look at the highlights and lowlights of tailpipes at the NYIAS
Faulty pumps could fall; broken glass will fall
New full-size sedan sets a high bar for features and content.
Kia has unveiled three models at the Chicago auto show: the all-new Niro HUV and two hybrid variations of the Optima.
Kia’s autonomous driving efforts revolve around passengers – and drivers.
All the small things.
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Kia’s first dedicated hybrid looks to unseat Prius, polish brand prestige.
Year of the Coupe
The Future Is Autonomous, Electric, and Connected.
Kia unveiled the fourth generation of the Sportage in Los Angeles, taking to the market for 2017.
Is bigger better?
Funny things car companies do to win your hearts and minds.
The best infotainment tech going around.
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…
The last few years have been kind to Mexico’s automobile manufacturing industry: the number of vehicles built there nearly doubled between the year 2000 to 2014, bumping Mexico’s share of North American vehicle production from a tick below 11 to nearly 20 percent. What’s good for Mexico is less positive for Canada: the Mexican manufacturing…
We’ve a couple stabs at suggesting what various vehicles can be financed at different price caps, but this time will be focusing on leasing instead. Why lease? It’s tax time, and leasing makes sense for entrepreneurs, consultants and tradespeople too, who can write off a portion of their monthly payments and expenses. That’s why we’ve…
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…
There is no shortage of exotic cars to pump up a gearhead’s vehicular aspirations. But why spend a quarter-million bucks on a supercar when you can make your everyday ride look like one? We’ve put together a gallery of performance-car wannabes that would turn heads everywhere you went, only not for the reason you’d bargained…
The SUV market continues to expand and diversify, with rapid growth in the last few years. Kia’s mid-size entry, the Sorento is the brand’s second-highest volume unit in Canada with over 13,000 sales in 2014. This new 2016 Kia Sorento aims to further cement the nameplate as an anchor for Kia’s continued growth. Tags: 2016,…
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,…