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5 European SUVs That Could be Big Sellers in Quebec
SUVs and crossovers have never been so popular. That’s true not only in Quebec, but also across North America and even in Europe. While some models are available on both sides of the Atlantic, many remain grounded on the old continent. Yet they could probably enjoy a lot of success …Read more
Top 10 World Car of the Year Winners, 2011-2020
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the latest annual awards ceremony to crown the World Car of the Year was reduced to an online announcement on April 8. Once again, an SUV earned the prestigious title. The Kia Telluride received the most votes from the panel of 86 journalists, who preferred …Read more
Which Small Car Should You Buy in 2020?
Not everyone can afford a truck or SUV. Some people don’t even need one. Others simply prefer cars. If you’re a student, young worker, single, or a couple of empty nesters living a simple life, a small sedan or hatchback is perfectly fine. Same thing if you want an inexpensive …Read more
All-new 2021 Hyundai Elantra is Designed to Unseat Civic, Corolla
On March 17, Hyundai officially launched its all-new 2021 Elantra in West Hollywood with a special event broadcast around the world. When it goes on sale this fall, the popular Korean compact sedan will attempt to unseat the best-selling Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla yet again. Here’s why it could …Read more
Are Online Car Sales Here to Stay?
The domino effect from COVID-19 continues for auto shows. After Geneva, Vancouver, New York and Beijing, Detroit (June) and Paris (October) are the latest collateral victims of the pandemic. The event in the French capital has not been completely scrapped at this point; some features and remote attractions might still …Read more
8 New Models Coming to Dealerships by Summer
The automotive industry—including auto shows and new model debuts —is facing all sorts of problems due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Car sales at dealerships are directly and largely affected. We still think you’d want to know about new models that are planned to arrive in showrooms before summer comes …Read more
COVID-19: What’s Next for Auto Shows?
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing authorities all over the globe to implement increasingly drastic measures to prevent the virus from spreading further and treat people who are affected. Public events and gatherings are at the centre of the attention. The auto industry has taken a big blow already, from plant …Read more
No Coronavirus for These Geneva Stars
As you may have heard, the 2020 edition of the Geneva Motor Show was cancelled due to coronavirus concerns, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t any new models to marvel at. Once again, a few were revealed online in the days leading up to the event. Others made their virtual …Read more
Canada vs. USA : Different Picks for Vehicles of the Year
One of the great traditions in the auto industry is the announcement of the North American and Canadian car and utility vehicle of the year every January and February. And once again the winners highlighted the sharp contrast between our market and the one south of the border. According to …Read more
Meet GM’s New-for-2021 Full-size SUVs
The top dogs in General Motors’ SUV lineup soldiered on for many years without substantial changes, but as fate would have it all of them are introducing a new generation for the 2021 model year. This comes at a time when consumers are turning to utility vehicles more than ever, …Read more