A Web-guided whirlwind

I was sitting in the van outside a Piggly Wiggly looking at a fat, prickly palm tree planted in the middle of the parking lot when it dawned on me.

Business manager role off-putting

It is with a degree of incredulity that I read your article. The focus was on the questionable role of the business manager's office at a car dealership

Hyundai V8 lux sedan coming in 2008

Last week, we reported that Hyundai will reveal a V8-powered, rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan at the New York International Automobile Show next month.

Bike racers fire it up to open new season

The 2007 motorcycle racing season started off in February with the World Superbike opener in Qatar, but for North Americans, the real opener was last week, as Daytona's annual Speed Week saw eigh

A Chery for Chrysler

DaimlerChrysler 's management board has approved the Chrysler Group 's plan to develop a subcompact car with China's Chery Automobile Co. for sale in North America.

Lada alive and well

It may be long gone from the Canadian market, but Lada is alive and well in its home market, where its builder, AvtoVAZ , produces about 700,000 cars a year.

Year-old tires still worth buying now

Q. I ordered a set of ContiCrossContact LX (size P255/65R16). When the tires came in, the manufacturing date on the tires was 5205, so I requested a set of fresher tires. Should I install the tires th

Carrot and stick

With the introduction of a feebate (fee and rebate) program in this week's budget, the federal government is taking a carrot-and-stick approach to steer buyers toward more fuel-efficient vehicles.