posted by Robert Maduri
Toronto Auto Show
The best of the best from the Canadian International Auto Show.
posted by Krish Persaud
What should have been called the Sentra Wagon
A muscle car guy at heart, it’s always rather difficult for me to jump into anything lacking the rumbling sound of a V8 or even the gentle purr of a smooth inline-6 motor.
There’s no place like home.
I know the world can be a cruel place and success isn’t always guaranteed when you have a great product. There was no halo on the Kizashi.
posted by Elan Shi
The little Korean engine that could.
Small cars used to be cars that people bought by necessity, not by choice.
posted by Adi Desai
A day through the biggest storm of the year
The worst storm Toronto has had in years led to school closures, business closures, and severe storm warnings.
An oldie but a goodie
Type in Land Rover LR2 into Google and one of the suggestions that comes up is “Land Rover LR2 vs. Ford Escape”. Who am I to argue with Google?
A winter drive in a favourite Some things are best left up to fate. It was by chance that I ended up with this Accord EX-L Coupe for a week, and I’d be lying if I didn’t admit to enjoying it.
A quick what’s what on F1 for 2013
The 2013 Formula One season is fast approaching and it seems like it was just last week that Vettel clenched his third consecutive world title.
A car? A minivan? An identity crisis?
I’ve made it no secret that I’m a true horsepower junkie; this week my ability to be objective as a writer was truly put to the test.
posted by Soham Desai
An enthusiast’s take on a 007 adventure
The 23rd Bond film charged back onto silver screens in a fashion quite uncharacteristic of the franchise.
posted by Kanwar Randhawa
A week with one of my favourite crossover SUVs
Buick isn’t a brand for your grandparents anymore. Over the last generation of vehicles, Buick has made a solid effort to reinvent the brand and reinvigorate its fan base.
How important is the safety of your family?
The optimized nature of the winter tire makes the difference between stopping in a safe distance, and barrelling through the stop sign at the end of your street.
The little Aveo has come a long way
Chevrolet has had quite a bit of history making small, efficient cars. Some were great and some were just plain awful.
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