2021 JD Power Dependability

by Chris Chase Late-model vehicles are more dependable than ever, according to the latest data from the auto industry analysts at JD Power, whose 2021 dependability study noted a 10 per cent drop in complaints from owners of three-year-old cars and trucks compared with last year. The study’s three-year timeframe means that 2018 models are

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2021 NRCan Most Efficient Electric Cars

If you’ve been following our coverage of Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) list of the most efficient vehicles, you’ve probably read our articles about the conventionally powered car and SUV/truck models that use the least fuel. For our third and final instalment, we’re moving into the newer territory of plug-in electric vehicles. NRCan splits the list

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NRCan Most Fuel Efficient 2021 Trucks

by Chris Chase Welcome to the second instalment in our series of articles detailing Natural Resources Canada’s most fuel-efficient vehicles for the 2021 model year. In our introductory story, we told you about the top-ranked car models. This time around, we’re looking at the pickup trucks, SUVs and crossovers that offer the lowest fuel consumption

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Tow Vehicles that aren’t Trucks

Pickup truck manufacturers spend a lot of advertising dollars talking up the incredible feats their vehicles are capable of, focusing mainly on what their trucks can do more of than the competition. Trailer towing is a good example. When properly equipped, some light-duty pickups can tow a trailer weighing more than 6,000 kg – the

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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. In this blog post, we’ll tell you which electric and hybrid vehicles are made in

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