car-reviews
lincoln continental

The Lincoln Continental is Reborn

The fit and finish and luxurious interior combined with a very competitive price certainly takes the Continental back into contention in the luxury sedan market.

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Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara review

Jeep - 75 Years Young

The first Jeeps were, arguably, the origin of the SUV species. I’d also argue that one of the bigger milestones was the 2007 introduction of a bigger four-door Unlimited model.

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2017 Ford Escape Review Titanium

Ford Offers Three Ways to Escape

Now in its third generation, the Ford Escape (2017 Titanium model shown) remains one of the most popular compact crossovers on the Canadian market

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2017 Mazda CX-5 review

Mazda debuts a more refined CX-5

After a week with the new model, I would say Mazda can say “done, done and done”, both improving on and refining what it had with the first generation CX-5 and creating a more premium look and fee

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2017 Jaguar XF 2.0d R-Sport

Diesel Power in a Jaguar XF

The 2017 Jaguar XF 2.0d, straddling the middle of Jaguar’s three-sedan stable, strikes an elegantly aggressive pose on big 20-inch wheels and in Corris Grey and R-Sport trim.

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2017 Toyota Avalon review

Avalon fills well-made family sedan bill

The Toyota Avalon would be a good choice for those older drivers looking for a smooth ride with enough technology to keep their grandkids or kids interested in what they are driving.

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2017 Fiat 500X Lounge AWD

A 500 with Xtra room

The Fiat 500X may be niche vehicle but it is earning respectable sales numbers in Canada, with packaging and dimensions designed to appeal to both aspiring small car customers moving up and to larger

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Ram Power Wagon

Down and dirty in the Ram Power Wagon

Getting down and dirty is what the Power Wagon is all about with a full suite of off-road equipment, making it what FCA calls the “most capable” pickup truck on the market.

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Nissan micra

Micras take Manhattan

First Drive: A 2017 Nissan Micra, one of the lowest priced cars in Canada, starting at just $9,988 looking quite at home at 47th and Broadway in Manhattan for a MICRAscope promotional drive before NYI