2021 NRCan Most Fuel Efficent Cars

by Chris Chase After the purchase price and maintenance costs, paying for fuel is one of the most expensive aspects of owing a vehicle. According to Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), the annual cost of keeping a car or truck fueled ...

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Electric and Hybrid Cars Made in Canada

by Lori Straus Electric vehicles (EV) and hybrid vehicles (HV) are growing in popularity, and many countries—Canada included—have declared when they plan to have all-electric cars on the roads. However, manufacturers still build most of these vehicles outside of Canada. ...

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Buick Encore vs Chevrolet Trailblazer

by Chris Chase The market for luxury vehicles is stronger than ever, thanks to upscale automakers expanding their lineups to appeal to a wider range of buyers. It’s a wise strategy. In the past, upscale brands competed against one another ...

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Overloading a Vehicle

by Lori Straus When shopping for a car, you may be tempted to focus only on obvious features like all-wheel drive vs front-wheel drive, a vehicle’s look, and if there’s space for all your family inside. But also make sure ...

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Japanese Mid-Sized Luxury SUVs

By Chris Chase Despite their long history in the sector, Japanese automakers have less experience building upscale vehicles than European or American manufacturers. However, that hasn’t stopped Japan’s car companies from staking their claim in the profitable luxury vehicle segments. ...

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Brand Loyalty

by Lori Straus An important factor in deciding what car you want to buy is what other people think about that car. You’ll likely research reviews, both by professionals and by car owners. A statistic related to review research is ...

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2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

by Chris Chase In 2001, the mid-size crossover SUV segment was still new, with Toyota’s brand-new Highlander facing off against Hyundai’s first mid-sized entry, the Santa Fe. Meanwhile, the Nissan Pathfinder and Ford Explorer were still closer to trucks than ...

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