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NewsIIHS Announces Top Safety Pick Award Winners for 2021
A clear sign that automakers are making significant improvements in terms of safety, 49 different models have earned a 2021 Top Safety Pick+ award from the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), up from just 22 last year. Adding the 41 other models identified as a 2021 Top Safety …
NewsToyota to Unveil Two Canada-bound EVs, One PHEV Later in 2021
After more than two decades of focusing on hybrids and fuel-cell vehicles, Toyota announced on Wednesday that it will unveil two battery-electric vehicles for the North American market later in 2021. They will go on sale next year as 2022 models, meaning they are different from the revolutionary EV prototype …
NewsSubaru, Toyota Reportedly Co-developing AWD Hot Hatch
Now that Subaru has introduced the second-generation BRZ , fans and auto journalists alike are turning their attention to the future WRX and WRX STI . A couple of concepts and several rumours have provided clues about their styling and powertrain. This week, Japanese website Best Car Web reported that …
NewsNew Cars and Trucks with the Highest Residual Value in 2021
A vehicle’s residual value is always something to consider at the time of purchase, because that’s how you can determine its actual cost. Remember, depreciation is the single costliest aspect of car ownership. ALG, a division of J.D. Power which specializes in forecasting future vehicle values, recently announced the winners …
NewsThe Car Guide's Best Buys for 2021: Toyota Sienna
Every year, The Car Guide unveils a list of Best Buys covering all the different vehicle categories in the industry. While minivans are losing tons of customers to SUVs and crossovers, they remain immensely practical vehicles for Canadian families. For 2021, our Best Buy award goes to the completely redesigned …
NewsPeople are Extremely Loyal to Their Toyotas, Here’s More Proof
The reliability of Toyota vehicles is well known, just like the satisfaction of their owners. That’s why many decide to keep them for a long time. A very long time. A new study by U.S. automotive research firm iSeeCars.com provides further proof. They have analyzed over 660,000 cars from the …

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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 5
Toyota replaces Tercel with Echo 2000 Jaguar XKR 1999 Honda Odyssey tips keeping records of service intervals Mellent Melody and pink Cabriolet watch your thermostat Jim Kenzie on the "men don't ask for directions" myth.
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 22
Sneak preview of new Beetle Cup series, making debut in Canada soon 2000 Camry Solara Convertible 2002 Buick Rendezvous squealing could be symptom of poor tires accident emergency kit prototype Jim Kenzie on New Beetle.
2001
Motoring TV 2001 Episode 7
2001 Toyota Sequoia 2001 Pontiac Aztek checking freeze protection Sylvie Devienne's 1971 Chevelle SS an organized car is a safe one importance of judging speed.
2001
Motoring TV 2001 Episode 16
Winter driving in Barrie Ontario 2001 Suzuki XL7 engine oil dilution Buick Rendezvous hearing piston slap? drivers - not cars - are polluting our highways.
2001
Motoring TV 2001 Episode 18
Volvo Safety Car 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe checking coolant levels Dodge unveils new Ram pick-up the young Bill Gardiner stabilizer link should consumers have access to dealer costs?
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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?
Motoring TV
Toyota Camry 2018 - Motoring TV
They keep telling us the sedan market is dying, Ford is going all-in on trucks. Yet despite this grim outlook, car companies are launching some of the most good looking family sedans, and that includes the new Camry.. To watch all our most up to date content, check out our …
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Motoring TV 2002 Episode 3
2002 Toyota Camry 2002 Kia Spectra LS 2002 Chevy Trailblazer Breaking in a new engine 2002 Lexus ES300 Scheduling maintenance can vary between imports and domestic Why don't school buses have seat belts?