If you’re looking for an all-wheel-drive family sedan the only real option is the Subaru Legacy but Nissan hopes to change that with the brand new Altima. Powered by a 2.5L 4 Cylinder with 182hp and 178lb-ft of torque it’s mated to Nissan’s excellent CVT then to a new-to-the-Altima all-wheel-drive system. Nissan says it’s… Read More 2019 Nissan Altima – Review – The new all-wheel-drive sedan takes on the Accord, Camry, and Sonata
So you want a luxury sedan, but you look down on your neighbour’s BMW and Mercedes. Well, in that case, look no further the Jaguar XF-s is right up your alley. With its drop-dead good looks, the XF is unlike the regular joe’s 5-series and E-class the XF is better than the rest, and… Read More 2019 Jaguar XF – Review – Stand out, be proud, get a Jag.
For 2019 Ford has decided to revamp the Ford Edge “Sport” line by introducing the Edge ST. Now the ST badge was reserved for tuned Ford models like the Focus and the Fiesta. Both of those were modified by slapping a turbocharged engine as well as upgraded suspension and interior bits like Recaro seats. But… Read More 2019 Ford Edge ST – Review – Not Quite the Performance SUV we Wanted
If you’re looking luxury and style, BMW should be on the very top of the list. All BMWs no matter, if it’s a 3-series or the elegant 7, are treated with the badge of honour. This the four series isn’t new, a little while back BMW decided all 2-door BMWs should be an even number… Read More BMW 430i – Review – Four-doors but the heart of a Coupé
For 2019 Kia has updated their compact sedan, with new sheet metal the Forte is more pleasing on the eyes, and it has subtle Stinger cues. Price as tested: $28,065 (Cad) Engine: 2L 4 Cylinder 147 hp, 132 lb-ft Transmission: CVT The overall look of the Forte is still the standard two-box design rather than… Read More 2019 Kia Forte – Review – Better than the Civic?
At Tradex this weekend, there’s plenty to see. From classic Cudas to very lifted F-350. Here are some highlights.
The 2019 Mazda 3 incorporates Mazda’s new Kodo design language, it’s very different than other Mazdas of the past. Gone are the creases now we have smooth curves, it’s different, and it’s not for everyone. Take a look at the video as we go through the positives and negatives of the new benchmark.