By John LeBlanc The Canadian Automotive Jury (CAJ) has announced its fifth annual Best of the Best Finalists, with full representation from European, North American and Asian automakers. Share:
By John LeBlanc With production of the 2014 Cadillac ELR set to go for later this year, the General Motors’ luxury brand has announced the price for its new, gas-electric plug-in hybrid will start at a $75,995 U.S. price — nearly twice the cost of the similarly-engineered Chevrolet Volt.
Story by John LeBlanc SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. — Truth be told, the outgoing Cadillac CTS was parent General Motors’ best car. It wasn’t “best” as in the fastest, most fuel-efficient or most practical sense.
Story by John LeBlanc If 19th-century writer Charles Dickens was alive and well and penning about cars today, he’d no doubt title his review of the new Cadillac XTS as A Tale of Two Cadillacs. On one hand, the new-this-year, full-sized sedan tries to keep traditional Cadillac buyers in the fold, while at the same […]
Story by John LeBlanc Although Canada produces fewer cars today than in the last few decades, it is still one of the largest when it comes to auto manufacturing. While we may no longer be in the top 10 (we’re actually 11th), more than 2.1 million new passenger vehicles were assembled in Canada in 2011 […]keep looking »