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First Drives2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: Outrageous and Obedient
LOS ANGELES, California— Those who worry about the Mustang since the launch of an electric variant shaped like a crossover need to know that the present and foreseeable future of their beloved pony car could hardly be in better hands. That’s what we found out a few hours before the …
Classic CarsHow Much for This 1951 Ford Country Squire Woody Wagon?
The Ford Country Squire was the Blue Oval’s premium station wagon distinguished primarily by its external woodgrain panels. Unless you’re a fan, you might be surprised that it produced seven generations from the 1950 to 1991 model years. Today, as you know, wagons are nowhere near as popular as they …
PreviewsDiesel Pickup Comparison: Who’s the Best at What?
Getting the most bang for your buck, isn’t that what everyone wants when it comes to buying a new car or truck? Full-size pickup owners would certainly say yes, because they use them for all sorts of applications: work, play, family, travel, etc. As you know, three of the four …
Test Drives2019 Ford Mustang EcoBoost: The Sound of Reason
When we daydream about owning a Ford Mustang, the soundtrack of our momentary escape from reality involves an octet of pistons singing in unison. Not a quartet. We might be misjudging people, but a Mustang without a V8 engine isn’t an object of desire, and more a compromise for what …
First Drives2020 Ford Escape: Trying to Regain the Lead
Twenty years ago, Ford introduced the Escape to take on the popular Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 . It quickly made a name for itself and became the sales leader after a few short years, despite some quality issues. Following an update in 2005 and another one in 2009, the …
Test Drives2019 Ford Edge: Well-deserved Popularity
In Canada, The Edge is Ford’s third best-selling behind the F-Series pickups and the Escape. As consumers are ditching their sedans for utility vehicles that offer a higher driving position, cargo space and all-wheel drive, the Edge is a versatile and affordable choice and its consistent sales numbers year after …

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MontrealDream Cars at the 2020 Montreal Auto Show
Among the hundreds of cars and trucks on display at the 2020 Montreal Auto Show , two highly exclusive and super-expensive machines are sure to make a few jaws drop. Taking centre stage at the Black Box exhibit, the McLaren Senna and Pagani Huayra Roadster are some of the most …
MontrealFord Mustang Mach-E Makes First Appearance in Canada
One of the stars of the 2020 Montreal Auto Show is definitely the all-new 2021 Mustang Mach-E electric crossover that Ford revealed last fall. Borrowing a number of design cues from the legendary Mustang , the Mach-E propels the Blue Oval brand into a new era of mobility. It offers …
NewsWatch: Ford Bronco Prototype Hits the Desert for Off-road Testing
Are you excited yet about the world premiere of the all-new, sixth-generation 2021 Ford Bronco that’s set to take place this spring? We sure are. The production model was previewed—sort of—last fall with a Ford Performance-designed Bronco R prototype competing in the Baja 1000 off-road endurance race in the Mexican …
News1968 Ford Mustang from "Bullitt" Sold for $4.4 Million
On Friday the iconic 1968 Ford Mustang GT from the movie Bullitt was sold for $3.4 million USD ($4.4 million CAD) at the Mecum auction in Kissimmee, Florida. Powered by a 390-cubic inch V8 engine, this Mustang painted in the famous Highland Green body colour was driven by the King …
NewsWatch out for Sunburns in the Next Mustang!
The New Year starts with a big surprise for fans of the Ford Mustang . If you like the feeling of open-top motoring but don’t necessarily want to buy a convertible, the next generation of the iconic pony car might have exactly the thing you need. As you can see …
NewsIs the Ford Mustang Mach 1 Coming Back?
When Ford shocked the world and particularly hardcore Mustang enthusiasts with the launch of the all-electric Mustang Mach-E on November 17, it hinted at a whole new family of models based on the iconic pony car. More body styles, more variants, more special editions—that’s what we will see when the …

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40th Mustang Anniversary - Throwback Thursday
The Ford Mustang may soon be the only car that Ford will be building now that it has gone all-in on SUV’s. The Mustang turned 50 in 2014 but for Throwback Thursday we decided to go back to when the Pony car turned 40. Check out this story about the …
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 2
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Chrysler a leader in turning concepts into reality 2000 Ford Focus service intervals Citroen Dechevaux Bill Gardiner on memory steer, common with high-mileage FWD cars Jim Kenzie on Chrysler concepts.
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 15
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 24
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 10
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 14
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 21
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