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Comparative Tests2022 BMW i4 vs. 2022 Tesla Model 3: The Numbers
BMW has introduced a pair of next-generation electric vehicles for 2022 including the iX crossover and the i4 sedan. But how does the latter stack up against the segment-leading Tesla Model 3 ? To answer that question, we’ve compared the numbers and specs for these two models. Here’s what we …
Pre-owned vehicles5 Used Cars That Are Now More Expensive Than New
The semiconductor shortage and other supply chain issues that have been lowering new vehicle inventories for several months have slowed depreciation considerably and drastically increased the value of used vehicles. The gap between the two has narrowed to the point where it's sometimes better to buy a brand-new model (not …
Pre-owned vehiclesWhich Used Vehicles Are the Safest?
Every season, safety should be a priority for all drivers. When winter rolls around, this statement becomes even more important. In addition to proper driving techniques and caution, you need a vehicle that is sturdy and capable of handling different road and weather conditions. Having a limited budget doesn't necessarily …

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NewsTesla’s Heating Systems Under Investigation by Transport Canada
Tesla has been making a lot of headlines lately, seemingly half the time for the wrong reasons. Now, Transport Canada has put the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y under an “Issue Assessment Investigation” after receiving 16 consumer complaints. There’s a concern that a malfunctioning heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) …
News25 Tesla Cars Worldwide Hacked by 19-Year-Old
Electronic car theft is one thing. Remotely accessing and controlling a vehicle is another. David Colombo, a security and hacking expert just 19 years of age, claims in a series of posts on Twitter that he has discovered a software flaw in Tesla ’s systems allowing him to access more …
ElectricNew Study Sheds Light on EV Range Loss in Winter
Battery deterioration and range loss in the winter are two primary concerns of potential EV buyers in Canada. Driving and charging habits are just not the same as in the summer. Of course, not all EVs are created equal. Some do a better job than others of withstanding temperature drops.
NewsNHTSA is Questioning Tesla Over Gaming While Driving
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is not done with Tesla yet. After opening an investigation into its Autopilot driver assistance system following a series of crashes, the U.S. regulator is now discussing with the EV maker about an over-the-air software update that was sent to most of its …
ElectricTesla Cybertruck Production to Begin With New Four-Motor Variant
Since October, the Tesla Cybertruck ’s specs are nowhere to be found on the company’s website. Why? The polarizing electric pickup, which was originally introduced as a prototype in November 2019 and won’t enter production before 2022, is currently undergoing last-minute changes. Significant ones, we might add. Among others, we’ve …
ElectricTesla Model 3 Prices Go Up, Federal EV Rebate No Longer Applies
Tesla Canada’s latest decision won’t please many potential Model 3 customers. The base price for the single-motor RWD variant has been raised to $59,990, making it ineligible to the $5,000 federal rebate for electric vehicle. Remember, the Canadian government’s iZEV Program sets a maximum MSRP of $45,000 for vehicles with …

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Exclusive! - Fremont Tesla Factory Visit
The Car Guide was given the special privilege of visiting the Tesla Fremont factory. We are providing you with a quick glimpse on how the Tesla is built and we will be publishing a more detailed video in coming weeks on this exclusive experience.
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Tesla Model S vs. Dodge Challenger
"The best laid plans," as the old saying goes, "often go awry." Well when the Motoring TV team's plans went awry, there was no choice but to head to Graeme Fletcher's stomping grounds for a bit of a showdown. The competitors? The 2014 Tesla Model S and the 2014 Dodge …
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Tesla Model S - Cold Weather Performance
Chris Porritt, Tesla's VP of Vehicle Engineering, describes the unique features of Model S that make it such a remarkable car in colder climates. From its innovative chassis design, to the instant responsiveness of its electric powertrain, to its state-of-the-art software features, there has never been an all-weather sedan quite …