posted by Adi Desai
Perfectly positioned below the Abarth
When the regular Fiat 500 was brought over to our side of the pond last year, I tried to make myself love it, but I just didn’t.
posted by Robert Maduri
A throwback to another era
In 1913, Germany produced the first diesel powered U-boat and the world was forever changed. Just the threat of a submarine would alter the entire plans of a fleet.
posted by Elan Shi
A real game-changer in one of the most competitive segments
Not exactly as cool as Herbie, but still remarkable
The Beetle’s small size, sheer amount of character, and unmistakable looks make it an automotive icon.
An old friend returns for a visit
The 2012 Honda CR-Z I spent a week with last summer will forever continue to have a warm place in my heart.
I think a significant portion of the Journey’s success boils down to the fact that it’s differentiated from the traditional minivan.
posted by Krish Persaud
Does this bad boy live up to its name?
First I must get one thing out of the way; the Titan is essentially from the Jurassic period; having on the market since the tail end of 2003.
An Aston with an identity crisis
The new Ford Fusion is what the Chevrolet Impala used to be; a rolling sofa. Unlike the Impalas of the last decade though, it has character.
I remember seeing a Volkswagen advertisement in Toronto that showed how many tanks of fuel were needed for a road trip to Florida.
We pit the latest contender against a renowned favourite
With players like the Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima, and one of my personal favourites, the Kia Optima, there isn’t really a “bad” choice.
A mid-cycle correction
Honda Civics first saw the road in 1972 and to this day remains one of the best-selling vehicles in the world.
I promise, it’s not a Geo!
Technically, the Trax marks the return of the forgettable Chevrolet Tracker.