Here we see the Subaru in its natural habitat, frolicking amid new-fallen snow and blending in with forested surroundings. If there’s any brand that has a reputation for being equipped to handle rugged Canadian life, it’s this one. And now, it’s equipped for larger families, too. The new Ascent marks the arrival of the brand’s […]
My job is to tell you my thoughts on the new Chevrolet Blazer after driving it for the first time, and to do so free from influence from political factors, so that’s what I’m about to do. What you decide to do with this information is entirely up to you. If “the VIN starts with a […]
The 2019 GMC Sierra is like a wolf in sheep’s clothing, or a tattooed dude in a suit: it’s a good, reliable daily when you need it to be, but when you’re ready to let your hair down, all you need to do is call. Read more at autoTRADER.ca.
Of all the vehicles I drove in 2018, this one far and away drew the most curiosity. Here’s an in-depth look at what it’s like to spend a week living in a Hymer Aktiv 2.0. Read more at autoTRADER.ca.
It’s not a new generation – that happened just two years ago. And it’s not a mid-cycle refresh, either. But there’s enough that’s been updated on the 2019 CX-5 that Mazda Canada wants to make sure that people know about it. There’s a higher-powered turbocharged engine available. Updates have been made to the suspension and […]
Not so long ago, I was a 20-year-old urbanite shopping for my first car. Were I that person in today’s market, the Nissan Kicks would be at the very top of my list. Read more at autoTRADER.ca.
“Our RAV4 is the best-selling SUV on the continent. Let’s scrap it and build a completely new one!” – Toyota So, how’s that likely to go? Find out in the first drive impressions of the 2019 Toyota RAV4 at autoTRADER.ca.
Toyota wouldn’t… surprise us with something, surely. Oh, look – it’s the global reveal of the 2020 Corolla Sedan, NOT at an auto show, and NOT looking particularly beige. Check out the preview at autoTRADER.ca.
Believe it or not, 2018 is drawing to a close – where on Earth has this year gone, anyway? – and that means that close to 100 automotive journalists from across Canada are finalizing their selections for the category winners and overall victors of the of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada’s 2019 Canadian Car of […]
A rain-soaked racetrack is never an ideal place to put a performance-oriented vehicle through its paces. Or is it? If that vehicle is the new Maserati Levante GTS, the argument could certainly be made. But that’s not what I’m thinking about as I lean my helmet-clad head into the cabin. Read more at MONTECRISTO Magazine.