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Pre-owned vehiclesA Muscle Car You Can Play in the Snow With
Not everyone likes the idea of buying a sports car or a powerful rear-wheel-drive coupe only to store it for the long winter season. That's why some drivers still dare to challenge the ice and play in the powder, but that can put their safety at risk. However, there are …
Pre-owned vehiclesTaking Care of Those Worn-Out Headlights
It is essential for drivers to see as far as possible on the road in order to be ready and prepared for what the road throws at them. When darkness falls or bad weather conditions that reduce visibility, like in heavy snow or rain, you need to be able to …
Pre-owned vehicles2015-2021 Kia Sedona: What You Should Know Before Buying
Despite the popularity of SUVs, a minivan will always be the vehicle of choice for families. In the used car market, it's hard to find a more affordable vehicle than a Kia Sedona thanks to the below-average starting price and the significant depreciation of the Korean brand's products. The launch …
Pre-owned vehicles10 Warning Lights You Need to Know About
Paying attention to the messages, signals, and warnings that your vehicle sends you is one of the fundamentals of maintenance and safe driving. Yet, according to a March 2021 Reviews.com survey, a quarter of drivers don't pay attention to the "Check Engine" light, meaning they don't bother checking the vehicle …
BlogSmall SUVs Remain a Big Source of Dissatisfaction
Toyota’s brand new Corolla Cross could not have come soon enough as the smaller C-HR is the least liked vehicle in the entire auto industry for the second year in a row according to Consumer Reports ’ latest survey. The website once again polled its members to gauge their level …
Pre-owned vehiclesIs Buying a Used Fiat Really a Bad Idea?
Fiat's return to North America about a decade ago didn't turn out to be the be the success story everyone was hoping for. The little 500 rode a wave of popularity when it arrived here, but the honeymoon quickly ended. The brand added a larger version, the 500L , and …

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ElectricWinnebago Unveils Near-Production, All-Electric RV Concept
Electrification goes beyond cars and we at The Car Guide have covered a bunch of different electric vehicles in the recent past. Earlier this week at the Florida RV Super Show in Tampa, Florida, Winnebago Industries unveiled what it called the first all-electric zero-emission motorhome concept from a major RV …
NewsStudy: Most Cars Are Left Unused 95 Percent of the Year
While new vehicle sales increased nearly 7 percent in 2021 , a study by Turo Canada in partnership with Léger shows that a majority spend a heck of a lot more time parked than on the go. According to the popular carsharing platform’s first annual Car Ownership Index , 83 …
NewsThe Car Guide's Best Buys for 2022: Toyota Camry
Every year, The Car Guide unveils a list of Best Buys covering all the different vehicle categories in the industry. Midsize sedans keep losing momentum and market shares. For 2022, not a single model is new to the segment. Just like last year, the best purchase you can make in …
NewsBMW’s V12 Engine Now Has an Expiration Date
The very last series production road vehicles from BMW to feature a V12 engine will enter production in June of this year. The company broke the news today while announcing a limited run of 12 U.S.-bound cars based on the M760i xDrive , called “The Final V12.” The high-performance variant …
New ModelsRedesigned 2023 Toyota Sequoia is Coming at Last
The third-generation Toyota Sequoia is coming, and it was about damn time. The current truck dates back to the 2008 model year, remember, and it looks awfully strange in Toyota ’s SUV lineup. Same thing for the 4Runner , in fact. The automaker today shared a teaser of the fully …
ElectricHonda Once Again Questions EV Demand
Except for the short-lived Clarity Electric (not sold in Canada), Honda is extremely slow to jump on the EV bandwagon. For the record, the Japanese automaker’s goal is to make battery-electric and fuel cell electric vehicles represent 100 percent of its North American sales by 2040 , progressing from sales …
BuzzMirthmobile from “Wayne's World” Could Be Yours Once Again
Arguably the only reason why the 1976 AMC Pacer is still famous is because of its role as Garth Aldar’s Mirthmobile in the 1992 movie Wayne’s World , particularly the scene where Wayne, Garth and their buddies perform a memorable lip-synced rendition of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody . Well, the baby …
NewsNissan May Have Regrets About the New Z’s Front Grille
The all-new 2023 Nissan Z has yet to hit the market (it’s slated to go on sale in Canada just before summer), but the Japanese automaker already seems to be aware that the front grille won’t please everybody. In fact, you can bet that a number of owners won’t hesitate …
NewsBollinger B1 and B2 Nixed as Company Turns to Commercial EVs
The Bollinger B1 and B2, which many likened to electric Hummers before GMC introduced the Hummer EV , are no longer part of the company’s plans. The military-style SUV and pickup were first introduced in September 2019 and had a number of cool innovations, such as a full-length tunnel for …

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Test Drives2022 Infiniti QX60: What the Doctor Ordered
The low-profile Infiniti QX60 is a key product for the Japanese luxury brand, accounting for 35 percent of total sales. The 2022 redesign is critical, as you can imagine. Heck, Infiniti told us it spent over 1.5 million hours working on it. First, designers made sure to give the QX60 …
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