Story and photos by John LeBlanc NEW YORK – The city that never sleeps is renowned for having some of the world’s best restaurants. But when it comes to its annual auto show, New York is strictly a meat and potatoes proposition. Share:
Story and photos by John LeBlanc As part of the Fiat-Chrysler brand’s centennial celebrations for 2015, Dodge is rolling out its redesigned 2015 Charger fullsize sedan, with updated exterior styling, an upgraded interior and some powertrain tweaks.
Story and photos by John LeBlanc Like its four-door Charger platform-mate, the 2015 Dodge Challenger two-door coupe has been updated for 2015, highlighted by a 1970s muscle car-era 392 HEMI Scat Pack Shaker model.
Story John LeBlanc That age-old bugaboo called depreciation makes sure that any new vehicle purchase is not a financial investment. But a select few of the hundreds of different models available in Canadian new car showrooms today have the potential to someday become future collectibles.
Story by John LeBlanc Let’s go right to the score card: In 2013, Canadians bought more new vehicles than ever before, to the tune of a record 1.743 million units, according to stats provided by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants. That’s up 4% from 2012, and handily beats the previous record of 1.703 million set in 2002. […]keep looking »