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BlogImperium Motors Makes Great First Impression in Canada
The onslaught of electric vehicles is only beginning, so don’t be surprised to see new car companies arrive and try to show struggling legacy automakers how it’s done. Sweden’s Polestar was the big name last year. Now, it might be Imperium Motor Company’s turn. Starting in December 2021, the California-based …
BlogWho is the 2022 Ford Maverick Designed For?
Pickups are big business, but they can and should come in smaller packages, too, which is why Ford is adding a fourth line to its portfolio. Following the Super Duty , F-150 and Ranger , here’s the all-new 2022 Maverick, a compact and affordable model full of surprising features. But …
BlogNissan’s Transformation Starts With All-electric Ariya SUV
The all-new 2022 Nissan Ariya electric SUV introduced last night is a vehicle many people have been waiting for a long time—not just customers and EV enthusiasts but also everyone at Nissan. In order to explore the Ariya’s design and what it means, The Car Guide took part in a …
Blog5 Surprising Facts About Pickups and Their Owners
Pickup trucks are more popular than ever. In the U.S., their sales surpassed passenger cars for the first time this year. In order to shed more light on consumers’ passion for pickups, Ford recently commissioned a survey of 2,000 American owners. This led to some surprising revelations. Here are five: …
NewsWhat to Expect From the 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan
The Volkswagen Tiguan is the German automaker's best-selling product globally, available in 80 percent of all markets. A refresh is coming, and as usual Europe will get it first. In Canada, we will have to wait until next year. The 2022 Tiguan will sport an updated exterior and a brand …
BlogMitsubishi Motors: is the Best Yet to Come?
Established back in 1917, Mitsubishi Motors has been through a lot over the course of its 100-year history. The last decade has been particularly challenging, but if we’re to believe Vincent Cobee, executive planning officer for Mitsubishi Motors worldwide, we’ll soon be seeing some cool stuff from the company. Alongside …
BlogGeneral Motors is Reducing its Car Lineup. So?
American giant General Motors recently announced the upcoming closure of its Oshawa assembly plant as well as four more in the United States in two others outside of North America. This despite an investment of more than $1 billion in 2008 to modernize the facility, and where build quality was …
BlogThe 40 Colours of the 2019 Volkswagen Golf R
Both manufacturers and consumers don’t often take risks when it comes to choosing paint colour choices for their vehicles—especially in North America. For popular mainstream models, we’re usually limited to a few shades of grey, white and black, and sometimes, a red, a blue or a brown. Or beige. However, …
BlogAn Automaker’s Impact on a Community
I’m not big on politics, but my general understanding of the Trump Administration’s view on foreign carmakers is completely whack. Its desire to impose tariffs and stiffer rules on imported cars, to protect domestic carmakers, seems like it will do little to no good, if not the exact opposite. The …
Blog2019 Jeep Cherokee: Turbo or V6?
During a brief discussion with Scott Tallon, Director of U.S. and Global Jeep Product Marketing Coordination at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, it was clear that for the brand, the compact SUV’s refresh arrived a perfect time. First of all, FCA categorises the 2019 Jeep Cherokee as a midsize vehicle, but that …
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