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Test DrivesToyota Tacoma: Five Things We Want in the Next Generation
A new generation of the tireless and dependable Toyota Tacoma is expected to debut in the near future, likely as a 2023 model. Unlike the fully redesigned 2022 Tundra , Toyota’s midsize pickup is a sales leader in Canada and the race is not particularly close. However, the next Tacoma …
Pre-owned vehiclesDonating Your Old Car Can Pay Off
Are you getting ready to change your vehicle that's at the end of its life and ready for the scrap yard? Getting rid of that clunker would save on repair and maintenance costs, too. Let us tell you about a gesture that can make a difference for you and for …
Pre-owned vehiclesExtended Warranty on a Used Vehicle: The Pros and Cons
An extended warranty on a used vehicle is like an insurance policy: if you never have to perform repairs, it's money down the drain, but when expensive work is required, you're thankful to be covered. Generally speaking, the relevance of the extended warranty depends on its duration, the items it …
Test Drives2021 Ford Bronco: Between a Wrangler and a 4Runner
Nearly 12 months after its original introduction, the all-new Ford Bronco finally entered production in June of this year. It’s hard to blame the automaker for the various supply chain and logistics issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, mind you. The Car Guide had the opportunity to test-drive a four-door …

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NewsGM Plants Back to Normal Capacity With Better Flow of Chips
As a result of a better flow of semiconductors in the supply chain, nearly all General Motors plants in North America are currently operating at regular capacity. A handful of plants are also running weekend overtime shifts to help clear the backlog. That’s what GM spokesman Dan Flores told The …
NewsFord Bronco Sport’s Recycled Plastic Parts Help Save the Ocean
Automakers are making increasing use of sustainable or recycled materials in their vehicle interiors. Following a number of footwear, sunglasses and even T-shirt companies, Ford is now the first automaker to use 100-percent recycled ocean plastics to produce automotive parts. More specifically, we’re talking about wiring harness clips in the …
ElectricFord F-150 Lightning Closing in on 200,000 Reservations
Whether you’ve already made a $100 deposit for the upcoming 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning or are thinking about it, prepare to wait—a lot. The automaker now says it has received just shy of 200,000 reservations so far. Of course, many potential customers will change their mind as we get closer …
NewsHyundai Tucson Gains More Adventurous Model
The Hyundai Tucson is now doing what a lot of vehicles are doing these days: adding a more rugged-looking model aimed at adventure-seeking families. Slotting in the middle of the lineup, it will sport the XRT badge in the U.S. and likely be renamed “Urban” in Canada, as is the …
NewsThere Won't Be an Acura Integra Hybrid and Here's Why
The new Acura Integra Prototype is still an extremely hot topic nearly a full month after its introduction. It feels like every day we’re reading some negative comments by enthusiasts and auto writers alike. One of the things that turned many people off is the turbocharged 1.5-litre engine, which generates …
New ModelsBremach 4x4 is a Russian SUV Coming to America
Just how many people actually miss Russian cars? Is the SUV craze so out of control that we’re forgetting how bad Lada was? Last month at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the new 2022 Bremach 4x4 made its debut as a rebadged UAZ Patriot from Russia. In fact, California-based Bremach …
ElectricTesla Cybertruck Production to Begin With New Four-Motor Variant
Since October, the Tesla Cybertruck ’s specs are nowhere to be found on the company’s website. Why? The polarizing electric pickup, which was originally introduced as a prototype in November 2019 and won’t enter production before 2022, is currently undergoing last-minute changes. Significant ones, we might add. Among others, we’ve …
NewsToyota GR Corolla Hot Hatch Could be Revealed Pretty Soon
It’s not a secret anymore: Toyota is working on a high-performance Corolla and will bring it to North America in the near future. Who would have imagined that just five years ago? The car, which is expected to be called GR Corolla, could be revealed sometime soon based on the …
ElectricLexus RZ Confirmed as Brand’s First Electric SUV for Canada
Sometime in 2022, Lexus will unveil its first all-electric SUV designed for global markets including North America. Inspired by the LF-Z Electrified concept, the vehicle will simply be called RZ. Look for a performance-oriented, coupe-style SUV that rides on a specially modified version of the e-TNGA electric vehicle platform, which …

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