Second-Hand: Kia Sedona

We're all prisoners of gravity, or more accurately, mass. And perhaps nobody knows that better than a Kia Sedona driver.

Second-Hand: GMC Envoy

GMC's tagline smacks of disingenuous, smarty-pants marketing that suggests top quality, but doesn't really mean anything.

Big Benz CL-Class bows in fall

When the new, seventh-generation Mercedes-Benz CL-Class coupe makes its debut this fall, it will be the continuation of a tradition that dates back more than 50 years.

Second-Hand: VW Golf

Volkswagen has gotten good mileage out of its German-engineered advertising boast, but judging by the volume of complaints about its products on the World Wide Web (no kidding, we found unhappy owners

Chrysler rolls out new-gen Sebring

Chrysler this week broke with the tradition of introducing new products at auto shows by revealing its next-generation 2007 Sebring via a webcast.

Second-Hand: Nissan Quest

The future does not belong to designers creating products that do not displease the customer, Renault stylist Patrick le Quement told magazine Fast Company in 2004.

Cranked-Up Caliber

In Chi-town earlier this year, Dodge debuted its latest high-performance product, the 300-hp Caliber SRT4.

Canadian Camaro possible

It seems the wheels are turning at GM's Oshawa, Ontario plant, in an effort to secure a flexible manufacturing facility, which could build a new Chevrolet Camaro.

What cabbies drive and why...

So who better to answer the question: What are cabbies driving these days and why? Are those battered Ford Crown Victorias and Chevrolet Impalas really the zenith of automotive durability?

Low Emissions Land_E

At this year's Geneva auto show, Land Rover showed the wild-looking Land_e e-Terrain Technology Concept, which showcases eight new hybrid-like technologies meant to reduce CO2 emissions and cut fuel c

Ford to build hybrids here

Ford used the Canadian International Auto Show to announce it will be the first manufacturer to build hybrid vehicles in Canada.

What happened to run what ya brung?

You see, beginning with the 2007 season, NASCAR (the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) will head in an ill-advised direction that will further erode the grassroots culture which formed t