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.