Story by John LeBlanc Are there any drivers on Canadian roads and highways that deserve more respect than hockey parents? (or skiing, speed skating, curling, luge, bob sleigh or ringette parents?) Battling before-dawn wakeup calls, rush-hour traffic, four-season driving conditions and unruly passengers — not to mention the transportation of toxic cargo known as the […]
Story by John LeBlanc NASHVILLE, TENN. — While the rest of the auto industry was racing to catch up to rival Toyota’s increasingly popular gasoline-electric hybrids, Japan’s Nissan stubbornly stuck by its non-hybrid fuel-economy strategy, touting the fuel-saving benefits of it continuously variable automatic transmission technology, and forging ahead with its all-electric Leaf.
Story by John LeBlanc With a Canadian winter finally here in all its freezing, snowy and slushy glory, traction is at the top of the wish list for many buyers looking for a new set of wheels. And while a proper set of snow tires is the first step in making sure you and your […]
Story by John LeBlanc If there’s one defining season that our country is known for, it’s winter. And for some new car buyers, getting from A to B in the snow, slush and freezing rain of a typical Canadian winter can be challenging at the best of times, but especially if the majority of your […]keep looking »