New Cars Under $20,000

If you’re in the market for a new vehicle but are finding that your options for entry-level models seem very different than the last time you went car shopping, you’re not making it up. Several car brands have dropped out of Canada’s traditionally popular subcompact and compact car segments in the last few years, choosing

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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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Small Sedans with the Lowest Maintenance

By Chris Chase The compact sedan segment has historically been one of the most popular vehicle categories in the Canadian marketplace. These small four-doors sell well for their combination of affordable prices and good fuel economy. Market share for small sedans has shrunk as compact crossovers and SUVs have become more popular. Some carmakers have

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Used Mid-Sized SUVs

by Chris Chase Mid-size mainstream crossover SUVs are not sexy, but they’re desirable all the same. For some family drivers, they’re a “just right” option, filling a narrow niche between compact crossovers and larger mid-size models with three rows of seating. If you’re in the market for a used mid-size crossover with five seats, read

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Full Size Pickups with the Lowest Maintenance Costs

By Chris Chase Full-size pickup trucks are an important vehicle segment in Canada, with just half a dozen models making up an outsized percentage of the country’s annual new-vehicle sales. You can trace much of the full-size pickup’s popularity to relatively recent improvements in comfort and fuel economy, which have helped make these trucks more

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