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Ford of Canada’s new CEO goes big on Lincoln optimism
Airbag recall continues to inflate
Leaking oil plus heat could equal fire
Heat may degrade belt anchor cable
U of Waterloo among three groups to test driverless cars on Ontario roads
New investments, continuation of existing products, wage increases
Light lenses don’t meet safety standards
A faulty door latch could either not let the door close, or could open while moving
New mid-range crossover would replace slow-selling alphabet soup model
When money is no object.
Shiftless Chryslers under recall in U.S.; Canadian recall expected shortly
Big city. Big lights. Big power.
Lincoln surprises New York with captivating gullwing-door Navigator Concept.
Thinking outside the box can find you some solidly reliable used cars that offer great value.
Lincoln has unveiled the returning 2017 Continental at the Detroit auto show.
We highlight some popular used seven and eight-seat family haulers ready for holiday fun.
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…
A look at some concept cars that could have turned the fortunes of several major automotive brands.
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…
Where there is a boss, there is a boss car.
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,…
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…
Review by Jacob Black, photos by Jonathan Yarkony Sex sells. As much as we humans like to pretend we are civilized, well-mannered or in any other way refined, it has been proven time and time again that we are slaves to our baser instincts. From magazine covers to beer commercials, the relevance is irrelevant, and…
Theo Fleury was one of the smallest players in the NHL, but he was a force to be reckoned with – a fierce and aggressive competitor who won a Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames in 1989 and a gold medal with the Canadian men’s hockey team at the 2002 Olympics. The former NHL star…
You could be forgiven for thinking that 50 Shades of Grey was written about a visit to the local auto mall. Talk about your masochism – justified by reasons of resale, ease of maintenance, or just plain lack of choice, the automotive world has gone all monochromatic. Black, white, or some version of soulless grey,…
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…
Auto show news from Brazil and Los Angeles makes up the majority of this week’s news roundup.