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The Veloster was introduced in 2012 as a spunky hatchback from Korean automaker Hyundai. The final year of the first generation is looking to push the boundaries in the hot hatch segment. For 2016 Hyundai has launched the limited production Veloster Rally Edition, with only 1,200 units being
I've been a fan of Ford's C-Max wagon ever since it entered the North American market for the 2013 model year. I like it not because of its 0-100 km/h acceleration time or handling characteristics, but because of its simplicity. Cars can often be a ton of fun, but for a lot of
Over the past 44 years parent company Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) has produced a grand total of 15 million all-wheel drive (AWD) vehicles under the Subaru brand.
In late 1972 the Subaru Leone 4WD Estate Van would begin a trend for the brand that no one could’ve anticipated at the time. Despite
The Toyota U2 Concept vehicle made its global debut at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto on February 11, 2016.
The U2 – that’s “U-squared,” for Urban Utility – is Toyota’s example of a new genre of vehicles. The concept fuses together the size of a compact car, the
The 2016 Canadian International Auto Show kicks off today. Here are some of our favourite not-to-miss vehicles at the show.
2017 Cadillac CT6
This new luxury flagship sedan from Cadillac boasts innovative engineering and beautiful craftsmanship. With an advanced chassis, 4-wheel steering and an
GMC’s Terrain was launched in 2010 as their entry into the small to midsize crossover segment. Now in its seventh year of production, it has gone through some slight updates for 2016.
Most notable are the front and rear fascia, which now have more chrome, LED daytime running lights and a “power
In November of last year, I had the chance of participating in an epic road trip with the team at Nissan for a 4,000 km-long test drive of the Altima and Rogue across the United States on Route 66. This year, almost day for day, I did things a little differently and headed North towards La Belle
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