When I reviewed the all-new Nissan Kicks, I made a bold claim:
Sorry Korean brands, Nissan is trying to steal your...Read More »
As they say, third time’s a charm.
This is Honda’s third attempt at making their dedicated hybrid nameplate a certified sales hit.
The first time, Honda came up with a, uh, shall we quirky little two-door that was...Read More »
While Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is far from being a sales leader in the current automotive climate, one thing they did right was to concentrate largely on trucks and SUVs.
As such, they have the Jeep brand which is entirely dedicated...Read More »
Quickly, what’s the first thing you think of when you see the all-new Nissan Kicks?
If you said anything except Brazil’s Carnival, then I’m sorry to have to inform you that you’ve just experienced a bit of a fail...Read More »
Sometimes the car Gods smile upon you.
I found out that Ford Canada was finally willing to send an interesting vehicle to Atlantic Canada for review for a change. And that vehicle was a Mustang with a V8. I was hoping...Read More »
There’s nothing wrong with the Toyota Corolla. It accelerates, stops, uses minimal amounts of fuel and often doesn’t break down. It keeps its value well and it is safe too. That’s likely why so many people buy it.
But...Read More »
Much to the chagrin of automotive journalists, Kia must get a bit of a kick when discussing the Sorento’s place in the automotive landscape.
For a while now the Korean automaker has kept the size of the Sorento in the land of...Read More »
When Buick announced they had a new next generation mid-size Regal sedan coming soon, a lot of us who follow the automotive industry were a bit surprised.
Our shock wasn’t over the design or over a particularly notable feature. It...Read More »
You may have heard the commercials before. Mitsubishi is claiming to be the creator of the best selling plug-in SUV in the whole world with the Outlander plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). It’s a bold claim. Though, in a sense, it...Read More »