New Car First Drives
The 2017 IS gets a handful of mid-cycle changes, adding more features and improving driving fun but missing some basic luxuries
This next-gen SUV is practical, efficient, and easy to live with—just don’t count on it for driving fun
This electric smart is zero-emissions green, fun to drive, and makes no cargo compromises—but is its range a deal-breaker?
The outdated Canadian minivan segment gets a shot of new life in the hybrid Pacifica, which makes few compromises and provides decent value versus its gas sibling
The Chinese-born Envision is coming to Canada to fill the gap in Buick’s crossover lineup—but does it have the luxury appointments to compete against the German Three?
The TRD Pro version of the Tacoma looks tougher than its on-road sibling—but does it have the off-road chops to match its appearance?
In base and mid-level trims, the reborn Continental luxury sedan offers a premium feel at a great price, while the top-spec almost overdoes it
Yes, the beloved Civic hatchback has returned to Canada. But don’t rush out and buy one out of nostalgia—it’s not exactly like it was
Chevy wants into the compact hatch market, but its Cruze hatch’s options packages might push its price a little out of range for some
Decades on, the good ol’ G-Class still feels like its military-grade ancestor—just with leather and louder paint
The new Q60 looks good and has a well-kitted interior—but how does its fly-by-wire steering system make it feel to drive?
Nissan’s best-selling model gets updated looks and new features—but we won’t be getting the hybrid version the U.S. does
This new Benz wagon due out next year ain’t be cheap, but it’ll give most premium crossovers a run for their money
In a nod to its rally heritage, Audi’s fitted the latest TT RS with a five-cylinder turbo—difference is, this one behaves itself
The new Sportwagen Alltrack offers comfort, capability and it can perform—but can it face up to the competition?
Gone is the first-gen Panamera’s bulbous butt, in is a new fastback with just as much space—and the nicest interior in the segment
The redesigned Cadenza has a luxurious cabin, much-improved handling, and should be a great value, long as you don’t mind its old, thirsty engine
The new Evora 400 is an evolution of Lotus’ old Evora, and every change made has just made it that much better a too-streetable track toy
The first-gen Nissan Titan’s been on the market 13 years, but has now finally been replaced by this all-new half-ton—how does it measure up?
In the past, the company’s made cars so gorgeous you forgot their flaws, but is it possible they’ve just fixed the flaws this time around?
So quiet you won’t know it’s running, so smooth you almost can’t feel the road—too bad about the engine and transmission
An all-new frame and a new half-ton-sourced cab means incredible payload numbers and safety and convenience features like never before
The new Armada marks a huge improvement over its predecessor, with top tech, off-road capability—but also a pretty thirsty V8
The GTC4 takes the shooting-brake FF and makes it even more powerful and practical, with a V12 that may be Ferrari’s last non-hybrid
Surprisingly quick but a heavy drinker, the new Wraith doesn’t offer a lot of value—besides its maximum “look at me” value, perhaps
Jaguar now offers a V6 F-Type, a V8-driven R and this 575-hp SVR model—but is there value in this 323-km/h range-topper?