Why does that “gotta-have” model not come to Canada? There are a few reasons…
A look at features we wish were still around on modern vehicles
Selling a vehicle requires as much caution as buying
Staying safe is your priority
Keeping your car reliable, running well and looking good means you’ll have a sweet ride for a long, long time
Auto makers try to make it more like one, with smartphone apps
Many of us have heard the cliche “there’s no replacement for displacement.” In layman’s terms, it means there’s no substitute for a nice big engine.
25 tips to help keep you on the road
BMW’s electric i3 puts high-tech into production
Tips and tricks to make the delivery go smoothly
It’s all about muscle versus money
When a car dies: the recycling yard
One of the major things that can make or break a car deal, believe it or not, is the colour. The engine, options, and even the price can be right, but if the colour’s wrong, a surprising number of people will turn the car down
The snow and ice is gone from (most) of Canada now, which means it’s time to take off those winter tires and swap them for a set of summer rubber. Here’s what you need to know
The chances are slim, but there may be hope for that forgotten car you know is just sitting there…
Aerodynamics is one of the major considerations in vehicles today; get the design right, and you can shave fuel consumption even before you spend the first cent on powertrain technologies
For a new car, going from concept to production is a long, arduous and expensive process. Part of that process involves subjecting a car to unimaginable conditions and equally unimaginable stress. Let’s examine some of the sheer misery cars go through, all in the name of safety and comfort.
The more they make, the less they cost
You really are better safe than sorry. An emergency kit is cheap to put together, and it just might save your bacon if you and your vehicle get into a tough spot.
The bystander looks approvingly at the old car, and raps his knuckles on the heavy fender. “They don’t make ’em like that anymore,” he says. “You hit something with a new one, it just crumples up.”
That’s not because new cars are flimsy and cheap. Rather, they’re supposed to crumple, because that’s what saves your life.
Driving through winter doesn’t always have to be a draining experience on both car and owner
Cheap wheels abound at Canada’s federal auction site. You can pick up a bargain — if you know how
They may cost less, but you need to be careful
Those 17 digits are your vehicle’s “fingerprint”
But always know what you’re getting into …