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Test Drives2018 Ford F-250: Continuing its Dominance
Ford has been Canada’s truck leader for the past 51 years and it doesn’t look like that will be changing anytime soon. Unwilling to get too comfortable at #1 and not afraid to take chances by tinkering with established products, Ford reworked the 2017 F-Series Super Duty from the ground …
First Drives2018 Ford EcoSport: the Fiesta Suits Up
SAINT-JOHN’S (Newfoundland and Labrador) – In 2018, when a consumer walks into a car dealership, the first acronym that comes out of his or her mouth is “SUV”! No matter the price. No matter the size. No matter the fuel consumption. The people request a sport utility vehicle. Understood? In …
First Drives2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke: the "Little" Workhorse
DENVER, Colorado – Ford’s been teasing us for quite some time with the idea of a diesel-powered F-150. It’ finally among us, and while its engine is more French than American, at last, Ford will sell you a half-ton work truck with decent fuel economy. We sampled the rig in …
Test Drives2018 Ford F-150: Minor Tweaks to the Industry Leader
Ford’s crown jewel undergoes a slight refresh for 2018 and continues its success as the best-selling vehicle in Canada. It sure looks like that gamble to move toward a new aluminum-based construction for this generation has paid off. With significant weight savings in the bank, Ford was able to offer …
First Drives2018 Ford Expedition: Some People Really Need It
MALIBU, California – The current SUV fad is somewhat questionable. Carmakers, who constantly seek increasing sales figures, seem to be releasing a new one each year of different sizes and price points. You’ve got your compacts, your subcompacts, your luxury ones, and even some SUV coupes now. With so much …

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NewsJeep Grand Cherokee, Ford Explorer Fail Latest IIHS Crash Test
Vehicle safety has made huge process in recent years especially with the addition of advanced driver assist systems, but when it comes to crash protection, shockingly, a lot of improvement can still be made. Take the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) latest passenger-side small overlap test on midsize …
New ModelsUpgraded 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor to Have More Bite; Here’s Proof
Terrific news for avid off-road enthusiasts: Just two years after the second-generation model made its debut , the leaner and meaner Ford F-150 Raptor is getting some important upgrades to push the limits of all-terrain performance even further. First, the Ford Performance team has developed new electronically controlled FOX Racing …
NewsFord to Discontinue Almost All its Cars in North America
In a rather troubling press release, Ford announced that it will retire the Fusion, the C-MAX, the Taurus and the Fiesta on the North-American market by the 2020 model year. As for the new generation of the Ford Focus that has recently been unveiled , only the Focus Active version …
News2018 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet Set to Burn up Drag Strips
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the very first Mustang Cobra Jet, which ruled the drag strips in 1968, the automaker will once again release a modern-day take of this legendary racing pony car. According to Ford Performance, the 2018 edition will be the most powerful and the quickest factory-built …
NewsNew Ford Focus Unveiled!
In its current form, it’s been on the market in Canada and the United States since 2011, and it was due for a redesign. The Focus, one of Ford’s most popular vehicles of all-time from a global standpoint, has received a full redesign and will be on sale in North …
NewsA "Mini" Ford Bronco Confirmed for 2020
DEARBORN, Michigan – While Ford was busy talking about its upcoming hybrid Mustang and F-150 , we were given the opportunity to see the new Bronco! No, we didn’t actually see it. Well, we did, but in the form of a box hidden underneath a drape. There was, however, another …
NewsThe Ford Mustang California Special is Back!
First introduced in 1964, the Ford Mustang was quickly submitted to a wide variety of mechanical and styling modifications. Carroll Shelby may be the most renowned Mustang tuner, but there were other variants of Ford’s iconic pony car that were just as popular. The California Special was one of them.

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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 2
Subaru's 2000 Legacy and Outback Honda S2000 1999 Saturn SC2 Ford Cobra recalled due to HP deficit tire rotation Z Fest choosing and installing the proper wiper Jim Kenzie on misuse of word "accident".
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 3
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
PT Cruiser 2000 Ford Taurus Chrysler and Ford suffering quality problems maintaining hydraulic actuating system journalist's opinion on PT Cruiser improper installation of oil filter can result in problem Jim Kenzie on the PT Cruiser.
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 24
Firefighters' muster 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac proper use of headrests Dan Proudfoot's 1963 Porsche 356 synthetic lubricant myths child car seats the good the bad and the ugly.
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 10
2002 Ford Explorer 2001 Hyundai Elantra ABS brakes can indicate tire wear Harley Davidson and Ford collaborate on Harley F150 pick-up Bill Gardiner and Jim Kenzie on Harley/Ford F150.
2001
Motoring TV 2001 Episode 14
Land Rover intros the Freelander 2001 Mazda Protégé water in the exhaust system Dodge Super 8 concept Indian traditional cooking synthetic oil could save your engine when levels are low California puts nail in electric car coffin.
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 21
Draggins Car Club in Saskatoon 2001 Toyota Highlander parking on an incline 1938 Ford Delux changing spark plugs will today's cars become the classics of tomorrow?
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 24
BMW driving school 2002 Ford Explorer annoying license plate fasteners BMW M3 rusty fuel lines Jim Kenzie on driver training schools.