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Nissan goes racing in Canada with Micra Cup
With Nissan launching the Micra Cup series in Canada, Motoring TV sent Two-Minute Test Drive host Russ Bond to Circuit Mont-Tremblant to see what it is all about. Based on his time spent at the track in the Micra Cup car, Russ thinks the series is going to be a …
July 11, 2015
Motoring TV
Tip of the Week: Locking lug nuts
When it comes locking lug nuts, Motoring TV resident mechanic has some simple advice: Skip 'em. Unless you've got expensive wheels and tires on your vehicle, or winter tires in a market like Quebec, locking lug nuts are often more trouble than they're worth. This segment originally appeared on Episode …
July 10, 2015
Motoring TV
Throwback Thursday: Jim Kenzie's not always right
Jim Kenzie has been right about many things over the years, but predicting the death of the SUV is not one of them. It was 2005 when Jim, a longtime opponent of the "stupid, useless" sport utility, declared that the death of the SUV "finally might be coming true." Sorry, …
July 9, 2015
Video Reviews
Test Drive: 2016 Mazda CX-5
2015 is "very rapidly turning into the year of the SUV or crossover," says Graeme Fletcher. With so many new models hitting dealer lots this year, it's easy to become numb to what's out there. But then there's this: The 2016 Mazda CX-5, a vehicle that has to be considered …
July 8, 2015
Motoring TV
2015 GMC Sierra takes on motocross
While the GMC Sierra may not seem like a perfect fit for downtown Toronto, that was the starting point for a bit of a unique adventure for Motoring TV. With the keys to a 2015 GMC Sierra in hand, some of Motoring TV's young guns journeyed north to have a …
July 7, 2015
Video Reviews
Review: 2016 Honda HR-V
With the popularity of the compact crossover segment blowing up in recent years, it should come as no surprise that Honda has decided to throw its hat in the ring. And with that, we introduce the all-new 2016 HR-V, a vehicle that offers "car-like driving dynamics with the versatility of …
July 6, 2015
Motoring TV
Kenzie's Korner: Todd Stone is Jim's new hero
Not typically known for his adulation of politicians, Jim Kenzie has a new hero, and he goes by the name of Todd Stone. An MLA in British Columbia and that province's transportation minister, Todd Stone has taken it upon himself to raise speed limits on certain portions of highway there.
July 5, 2015
Motoring TV
McLaren unveils all-new 570S
With McLaren unveiling the all-new 570S, the first in its Sports Series of "attainable" supercars, at the New York auto show, Motoring TV was on hand to get all the dirt. The 570S and 540C are clearly taking aim at the Porsche 911, but the question is: Does McLaren have …
July 4, 2015
Motoring TV
Kenzie's Korner: Can Cadillac compete with the Germans?
With Jim Kenzie attending the launch of the all-new BMW-hunting Cadillac ATS-V in Texas, he got to thinking: Can Cadillac compete with the Germans? It will be an uphill battle for Cadillac to be sure, with the brand generally associated with an older demographic, but, after spending some time behind …
July 3, 2015
Motoring TV
Throwback Thursday: 1997 Jeep Cherokee
With Jeep bringing the Cherokee nameplate back to North America after a 14-year hiatus, it's hard not to try and draw comparisons between old and new. And while many enthusiasts will tell you the Cherokee name shouldn't live on through an IFS-equipped vehicle—others may even claim the Cherokee has never …
July 2, 2015
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