Story and photos by John LeBlanc News alert for station wagons fans: The once-dominant family haulers aren’t coming back. At least that’s the impression buyers get by waltzing into any new car dealership these days.
Story and photos by John LeBlanc Perhaps you’ve noticed the glut of subcompacts popping up on the Canadian new car market lately. Despite the continuing popularity of the next-size-up compact cars and crossovers, the desire to attract buyers who would normally shop used car lots and offer a vehicle to lower their corporate fleet fuel-consumption […]
Originally published in November, 2003 – By John LeBlanc It’s hard to ignore the seasonal signs of hibernation. Available daylight has become precious. Lawn furniture is overdue for storage, and you’ve probably already had to scrape frost from your windshield. I’m also reminded of the ritual of “putting away the ragtop for the winter.” Preparing […]
Story by John LeBlanc The streets are awash in midsized crossover vehicles. Whether you’re shopping for nuts at the hardware store, picking up the offspring at the local rink or ordering a double-double at the drive thru, big crossovers have replaced minivans as the new mode of Canadian family transport. Yet one three-row crossover that […]
Story by John LeBlanc This article was originally published in May, 2007 – Among other things, including helping to start a little company you might have heard of called Intel, Gordon E. Moore noted more than 40 years ago that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit — processing power — doubles every 24 […]keep looking »