By John LeBlanc It’s been a while since an American automaker could offer a competitive entry-level luxury sports sedan. For the past four decades, if you were looking for a small, sporty four-door, the German brands Audi, BMW or Mercedes-Benz were more than likely at the top of your list. But now America’s biggest automaker, […]
Story by John LeBlanc For many new car buyers, their dream one day is not to own a sports car or a luxury sedan, but a large and luxurious crossover, such as our two combatants presented here: the 2014 Audi Q7 and the new-this-year Infiniti QX60.
Story by John LeBlanc For a lot of Canadians, spending hours in a car to get back and forth from work has become a necessary evil. But that tedium doesn’t have to cost you as much in fuel as it does with a conventional gas-powered vehicle. Which is exactly the problem I’m going to solve […]
Story by John LeBlanc Between the birth of our country and today, the percentage of people living in rural instead of urban settings has reversed, with now more than 80% of Canadians being city dwellers. So if you’re in the majority of Canadian families living in a city, it only makes sense to consider a […]
Story by John LeBlanc Welcome to the heart of the Canadian new car market: the compact class. While the profits are thin for their makers, compact cars perennially sit at the top of the sales charts. And such fierce competition has brought some outstanding value to new car buyers. Take for instance this pair of […]keep looking »