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Test Drives2020 Porsche 911 Carrera: Base 911 is Still a Good 911
The current-generation Porsche 911 Carrera (codename 992) was introduced last year as a 2020 model. First, we got the 443-horsepower Carrera S and Carrera 4S with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre flat-six engine. Now, here is the base 911 Carrera, which starts at $111,000 in Canada. Many automakers opt to start things …
Previews2021 Dodge Durango: Five Things to Know
The 2021 Dodge Durango gets a host of improvements that will please drivers (and their families) with a fondness for technology and especially big power. It’s no wonder the company describes this SUV as a five-door muscle car. The first deliveries in Canada are scheduled for this fall. While pricing …
Test Drives2020 Lexus NX: Right Product, Right Time
In just a few years, the Lexus NX has become one of the best-selling compact luxury SUVs on the market, appealing to a wide range of customers thanks in part to two very different powertrains. It’s the classic case of the right product arriving at the right time. When sales …
Comparative Tests2021 Ford Bronco vs. 2020 Jeep Wrangler: The Numbers
A new war has begun in the SUV world. With the all-new 2021 Bronco , Ford is directly taking on the Jeep Wrangler . Both are hardcore vehicles with a focus on off-road driving. Both are available in two- and four-door configurations. And both have removable doors and roof panels …

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BuzzJoe Biden Hints at “200-Mph Electric Corvette” and the Internet Goes Crazy
Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate to the upcoming U.S. presidential election, appears in a new campaign video where he claims that the country “can own the 21st century market again by moving to electric vehicles.” An avid Chevrolet Corvette enthusiast (he still drives the second-gen 1967 Corvette Convertible his father …
New ModelsCadillac LYRIQ: A New Era Begins at Cadillac
With the brand new LYRIQ, its first-ever all-electric vehicle, Cadillac looks to return to its glorious ways. The Car Guide followed the virtual reveal on Thursday night and witnessed the dawn of a new era at Cadillac. This shift in the 118-year-old American brand starts with a crossover-style wagon that …
News2020 Chevy Corvette’s Front Trunk May Open Unexpectedly
The 2020 North American Car of the Year has many great attributes, but also a few issues. And one of them seriously compromises the safety of occupants on the road. As reported by several owners of the brand new, eighth-generation Chevrolet Corvette , the front trunk may open suddenly and …
SEMACOVID-19: 2020 SEMA Show is Cancelled
After releasing an update last month saying the 2020 event was still on track for November, SEMA Show organizers have now opted for a cancellation. That’s another auto show that falls victim to COVID-19 following Geneva , New York , Beijing, Detroit , Paris and many more. Efforts to limit …
NewsHonda to Recall Over 53,000 Vehicles in Canada
Honda Canada is recalling 53,770 vehicles across the country due to faulty software that can stop the display of the speedometer, engine oil lights, gear positions and rear cameras. The list of affected models includes the 2018 to 2020 Honda Odyssey , 2019 to 2020 Honda Passport and 2019 to …
Racing2020 Indy 500 to Run With No Fans in Stands
IndyCar president Roger Penske has finally changed his mind: the 2020 edition of the Indianapolis 500 will take place without any attendance. Earlier this year, the race was postponed until August 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic. It will mark the first time in 109 years that fans are not …
Hybrid/Plug-in HybridMazda MX-30 to Offer Mild Hybrid Option
We’re still waiting to find out if the all-new Mazda MX-30 , the brand’s first series-produced electric vehicle, will be sold in Canada. Honestly, the chances are rather slim. However, Mazda has just announced another variant of the MX-30 featuring a mild hybrid system—the same that’s currently available with Mazda3 …
NewsAll-new Infiniti QX55 to be Revealed This Fall
The Infiniti QX55, a brand new, coupe-like luxury SUV, will finally be revealed this fall, more specifically on November 11. Announced at the 2019 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance a year ago, this model is based on the next-generation QX50 . It was initially supposed to hit showrooms this summer, but …

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First Drives2021 Kia Seltos: Winning Recipe
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First Drives2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport: Amerika
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