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We put together a list of our most popular test drives in 2020 – onto our year in review!
The CR-V was one of the first compact crossovers on the scene and while it has grown in size, weight and price since its debut 25 years ago, it’s still a fan favourite.
The all-new Toyota Highlander Platinun steps onto Lexus’s turf with a sophisticated blend of engineering and luxury.
How did Toyota make the most efficient RAV4 ever interesting to drive? In short, with two big fistfuls of horsepower.
All-new for 2021, the new Nissan Rogue might just be the best all-around package for those who want the versatility of a compact crossover.
With toys to rival six-figure luxury cars, the Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn is more than just nice for a truck, it’s nice full-stop.
A bespoke dashboard, more gadgets and independent rear suspension firmly place the new Yukon Denali in the upper echelon of luxury SUVs.
With three pedals, two doors and two locking differentials, the Wrangler Rubicon is as close as you can get to buying a mountain goat with a heated steering wheel.
If you bought a Tesla Model S recently, we have some bad news for you. It’s called the Porsche Taycan and it’s here to forcibly separate Elon Musk from his lunch money.
With its iconic all-wheel-drive system and appealing compact crossover form, the Subaru Forester is a popular choice to tackle Canadian winters.
It’s no secret that Canadians love the Mazda 3 and that Canadians love crossovers. By blending those two things together, Mazda is offering consumers the benefits of both with the drawbacks of neither.