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 previewed by the Nissan Resonance Concept from the 2013 Detroit auto show comes the production 2015 Nissan Murano. First seen in 2002, the original Murano was one of the first midszie crossovers — and a stylish one at that. And the new, third-generation continues that tradition with such […]
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 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.keep looking »