Tests and Features
2011 Jaguar XJ: From Jurassic to the 21st Century!
In 2009, Jaguar sold 77 units of the XJ in Canada. Otherwise put, it was a miserable year. And things weren’t much better south of the border, when you look at per capita sales. But Jaguar’s luck should change for the better with the arrival of the new XJ, which … Full story
2010 Lincoln MKS: The power of EcoBoost!
Admit it, even though Ford has spent the past few years making its line of Lincolns look younger, the brand simply has not been able to attract a more youthful clientele. In contrast to Cadillac, which has done a better job on this front. Indeed, few people looking to buy … Full story
Volkswagen: The Jetta is the new entry-level model
Geneva, Switzerland – Breaking news from VW: First, a game of musical chairs is going on between the Golf and the Jetta, with the latter becoming Volkswagen Canada’s new entry-level model. Second, other vehicles we’d love to have here in the True North will be out of reach for Canadians. Full story
The 2011 Audi A8: Sportier!
Malaga, Spain – Audi’s approach in the luxury car market has always been conservative, favouring a less typical style. This helped the A8 fly under the radar without attracting too much attention, unlike the 7 Series or the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Basically, the simple A8 was the luxury car of choice … Full story
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet, true to tradition
After unveiling the new generation of its popular E-Class Sedan, Mercedes-Benz went to work on the Coupe and introduced it last summer. Now, as we wait for the wagon’s impending arrival to North America, the firm from Stuttgart, Germany, is presenting the Cabriolet. For Mercedes-Benz, this new convertible is the … Full story