Power and panache
We promise not to say, “try this one weird trick” more than once.
There are a lot of ways to have fun on a budget.
Every once in a while, the Queen grants an exemption that lets a British automaker put something a little more raucous under the hood. Something American. Usually with eight cylinders.
It appears Hyundai knew it was going to be a popular platform
It seems that more than a few city planners enjoy a good joke as well.
Maintaining speed limits, accelerating gently and using your air conditioner sparingly will help to reduce fuel costs.
We’ve gathered the Top 10 crossovers and SUVs on sale today in Canada for you, ranked using NRCAN’s official fuel consumption ratings on the so-called combined cycle
According to the IIHS
Count your lunch money and check out these fun and reliable models
Some manufactures managed to take a slightly bigger bite out of the Big Apple.
Small Car, Big Trunk
Q1 results for the best-performing segment in the market.
Stick around. This list is longer than you think.
The car in question must have an MSRP of less than $45,000.
Before you turn down that bushy trail entrance there are a few basic rules you should consider to prevent your fun from becoming a nightmare.
Counting Cars: Canucks are Crazy for Crossovers
Not all Canadians in the market for a new vehicle default to a tall crossover or SUV.
Navigating an unfamiliar automotive market can be daunting for new arrivals, with that in mind, here are nine models anyone can find for around $8,000.
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