GM has confirmed the 2013 closure of an Oshawa line, slashing another 2,000 jobs, about half the remaining GM workforce in Oshawa.
Q We own a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Limited edition equipped with Goodyear Wrangler SR-A P245/70R16 original tires.
Earlier this year, it was mano a auto, as I took another German champion, BMW's new M3 sports sedan, out for a trial on this famous circuit.
Let's deal with the obvious question right up front. Why are we covering a Subaru in Prestige Wheels?
What's the best car you've ever driven?
The new-for-2000 Nissan Sentra has, bar none, the most effective air
conditioning of any car I've ever driven, pumping out enough of a chill
to send plumes of condensation shooting through its va
Many of us readily admit that we are influenced by labels. This is no
less true when it comes to the nameplate on the trunk lid on our car or
I like my cars the way I like my men: lean and compact, with just enough muscle and intellect to challenge me.
Ron Zarrella, executive vice president of General Motors and president
of the firm's North American operations, said during an interview at
the Chicago auto show earlier this year that one of his
I'm conflicted. It's been almost three months since I actually drove
the Saturn L-Series wagon on which I now write, and I still haven't
decided how to go about reviewing it.
Industry speculation has it that one North America's favourite sports
sedans, the Nissan Maxima, may be built on this continent before too
Freshened inside and out for 2000, the Ford Taurus station wagon is proof that sporty performance is compatible with a hefty dose of utility.
Already near the top of most auto journalists' personal lists, the
Acura 3.2-TL has been improved for model-year 2000, with only a modest
increase in base price.
With more and more people screening their new car purchases by
comparing features and prices on the Web, the Toyota Corolla runs the
risk of being left off their short lists because it appears overpri
Some time in a couple of Daewoo Lanos subcompacts reminded me why
General Motors, Ford and several other heavyweights are in a lather to
buy the South Korean carmaker.
Here's a car whose predominant metaphor seems to be bullet.
Mercedes Benz would rather we not think of the new C Class as a smaller
S Class. But if you follow either of them down the Autobahn, I defy you
to tell them apart from 50 paces.
Who needs fourwheel drive? Nooobody! At least when you live in Toronto,
you can rely on the army to clear to snow, should it get too deep.
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