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MechanicalHow Do Removable Doors Work On the Jeep Wrangler?
Nature is calling you? There’s nothing like a Jeep Wrangler to go on an adventure. But the legendary American 4x4 can be quite expensive and because of that, many people choose to turn to a pre-owned model. The Wrangler is one of the vehicles that maintain the highest resale value …
Test Drives2022 Hyundai Kona N Line: Just Sporty Enough
The Hyundai Kona is the Korean brand’s best-selling vehicle in Canada, but in order to stay ahead of the curve, a refresh was performed for 2022 along with several safety and infotainment upgrades. While the fully electric variant garners a lot of attention, it’s the conventionally powered Kona that continues …
MechanicalIs Jaguar's Reliability That bad?
The Jaguar brand is legendary and its line of products has greatly diversified over the last decade, especially with the arrival of the F-PACE , E-PACE and I-PACE SUVs, the latter being equipped with a 100% electric powertrain. However, all this is often overshadowed by a lack of reliability. Is …
Test Drives2022 Honda Civic vs. 2022 Mazda3: Battle at the Top
There’s a familiar face back at the top of the compact car segment. The fully redesigned 2022 Honda Civic has dethroned the Mazda3 , which earned our Best Buy award for the past two years. After testing each car in recent weeks, we can confirm once again that Mazda’s shining …
First Drives2023 BMW iX M60: A New Dimension of M
BMW ’s transition to fully electric vehicles is a highly calculated one. I mean, when you’ve built your reputation on fantastic gasolines engines such as the TwinPower Turbo inline six-cylinder, it’s not easy to please EV enthusiasts and traditional gearheads at the same time. For BMW M, the 50-year-old motorsport …
Test Drives2022 GMC Sierra AT4X: The Best of Both Worlds?
Yeah, don’t bother telling me: a pickup truck that achieves 15-16 L/100 km is not the best of both worlds, especially with gas prices these days. I know that. But you see, GMC has decided to push the AT4 lineup a little bit further given the strong demand by customers.

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ElectricGlobal Tipping Point for EV Adoption Has Been Reached, Survey Says
Despite demand outstripping supply and causing extremely long delivery times in many cases, consumer interest in electric and hybrid vehicles remains strong. Consider this: as many as 52 percent of car shoppers across the globe now say they’re looking to go electric according to Ernst & Young’s latest Mobility Consumer …
NewsPorsche Drive Subscription and Rental Program Launches in Montreal
The unique Porsche Drive program, which offers a daily and weekly on-demand rental service as well as a monthly subscription plan, is now available to Montrealers. "With over 450 first deliveries in Canada since the program’s inception, Porsche Drive is back in the greater Montreal area, with an extended offering …
NewsVolkswagen Golf R to Get Its Own Special Edition in Canada
The completely-new-for-2022 Volkswagen Golf R is an impressive hot hatch for many reasons. In fact, along with the Golf GTI, it won The Car Guide ’s Best New Car of the Year award for 2022. Earlier this week, the German automaker announced a special edition celebrating the 20 years the …
DealersALBI le Géant Donates $50,000 During Leucan's Shaved Head Challenge
Many car dealers are involved in charitable work and sometimes their effort deserves to be highlighted. We thought we would do just that with ALBI le Géant. As a matter of fact, the company recently joined Leucan Laurentides-Lanaudière for the Shaved Head Challenge’s main event, held last May 13. Communications …
New ModelsMaserati MC20 Cielo Roadster Opens Up New Horizons
Two years after the introduction of the magnificent new MC20 two-seat supercar, Maserati comes back with an open-top variant called C20 Cielo. Cielo is the Italian word for sky, and a fitting name for a car that acts as a meeting point between Maserati audacity and the infinite sky, the …
NewsFord Bronco Raptor’s Power, Torque Confirmed by CEO
Following its debut in January, the all-new, performance-focused Ford Bronco Raptor became available to order in March. A majority of the 2022 model year allocation will go to existing reservation holders, with deliveries to begin this summer if all goes according to plan. Under the hood, the company initially set …
NewsHyundai Becomes Official Partner of the NHL
With the National Hockey League playoffs in full swing, Hyundai Canada has announced a multi-year agreement with the league that will see Hyundai become the Official Automotive Partner of the NHL in Canada, as well as the Official Automotive Partner of the National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA), staring in …
New Models2023 Honda CR-V Looks Sharp in First Official Teaser
The Honda CR-V is the second most popular SUV on the market (behind the Toyota RAV4 ) and many customers are eagerly awaiting the next generation. Remember, for the first time ever, it will be available as a hybrid in Canada . That model is in fact featured in the …
NewsNo New Toyota 4Runner for 2023, But This 40th Anniversary Model is Cool
Many Toyota Tacoma and 4Runner enthusiasts will be disappointed that the next-generation models won’t arrive for 2023 as previously suspected. But as it usually does, the company is adding new trims and special editions to keep them happy. These additions are mostly about looks, though the 4Runner 40th Anniversary is …

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Test Drives2022 Toyota Tundra: Like a Japanese F-150 EcoBoost
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Test Drives2022 Subaru Forester Wilderness: Your Tough, Winter-Ready SUV
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Test Drives2022 Chevrolet Equinox RS: Improved in all the Right Ways
Quite a few years ago (more than I’d like to admit), I had a less than agreeable opinion on the Chevrolet Equinox of that model year. It felt dated, inside and out. The engine was clunky and the transmission just felt misaligned with the powertrain. With true journalistic integrity, I …
Test Drives2022 Volvo V90 Cross Country: A Swedish Queen Returns
The Volvo V90 Cross Country has silently returned to Canada following a two-year hiatus. It doesn’t look that different from the model that first launched in 2017. Built on the same Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) as the XC60 and XC90 crossovers, the rugged Swedish wagon is now available in a …

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