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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 …
First Drives2022 Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing: Strap On Your Helmet
Cadillac has finally unleashed the almighty Blackwing versions of the CT4-V and CT5-V sedans. We at The Car Guide had the opportunity to take them for a few hot laps around the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario. Were we impressed? You bet. Fabulous Powerplants The late ATS-V and …

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New ModelsCadillac Announces Fearsome Escalade-V for 2023
Months of speculation have finally come to an end. Well, sort of. Cadillac today officially announced a more powerful and more prestigious Escalade model that will expand its V-Series lineup for 2023. Of course, it’s the first Cadillac SUV to ever don the high-performance V-Series badge. Unfortunately, the company gave …
CESCadillac InnerSpace is a Show-Stopping Lounge for the Driverless Future
A lot of autonomous vehicle concepts promise to reinvent the way we move and spend our time on the road. The latest was unveiled at CES 2022 in Las Vegas on Wednesday. Meet the spectacular Cadillac InnerSpace. Physically speaking, it’s a full-size luxury coupe with an extremely sleek and aerodynamic …
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 …
NewsGM Moving Fast to Clear Backlog of Pickups Amid Chip Shortage
The ongoing chip shortage continues to drastically limit vehicle production. North American assembly plants cut an estimated 26,000 more vehicles from their production plans last week, down from 84,000 the week before but over six times more than the 4,000 units that weren’t built in the first full week of …
NewsAirbag Failures Lead to Class Action Lawsuit Against GM Canada
A class action lawsuit against General Motors of Canada has been filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia by Garcha & Company on behalf of William Arthur Baldridge, who purchased a Chevrolet Silverado 2500 in April 2005. The class action, which includes all consumers in Canada except the Province …

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