Tuesday, May 26, 2015 01:20 PM
Battle of the subcompact crossovers, blow-by-blow, by the numbers
While folks are just getting used to the phraseology of what’s what when it comes to SUVs, CUVs/crossovers, the industry has defined a new sub-category of the latter: the subcompact crossover.
From the stables of Honda and Mazda
Juan Pablo Montoya takes the win at the 2015 IndyCar season opener this past weekend during the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in Florida. He was followed closely by fellow Team Penske driver Will Power and NTT Data Chip Ganassi Racing driver Tony Kanaan.
This season opener will go down in
The 2015 Mazda3 GT reviewed in the deep of winter.
Is the Mazda3 GT as good as it gets when it comes to affordable, sporty compact cars?
It could very well be.
Two weeks in the 2015 Mazda3 GT revealed the taught, shapely sedan to be a comfortable, refined performer, and a
If you are just getting into motorcycling and are looking for a starter bike there are plenty to choose from in the Canadian market. Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Hyosung all have entry level bikes that are great for beginners or for those who want a low cost commuter motorcycle.
It may be badged a Nissan, but don’t mistake the company’s new truck as an Americanized Japanese vehicle. Nissan’s all-new 2016 Titan is as American as they come.
The 2016 Nissan Titan was planned in Tennessee, designed in California, engineered in Michigan and Arizona, and being built in
Compact luxury crossover comes packed with standard equipment, but starting to show its age.
Acura must have figured luxury crossover buyers didn't like weighing equipment options, so it made everything standard on its smallest utility vehicle.
Well, almost everything.
The Acura RDX
You see them on the street, in the city and in the country. The riders seem free as they go past you. You want to experience what it’s like to be on two wheels. Becoming a motorcycle rider isn’t cheap, but that feeling of freedom riding down a country road is priceless.
So you have your
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