by Lori Straus With the sun finally shining and the snow melting away in many parts of Ontario, auto show season is around the corner. In this blog post, we’ll highlight a few of our favourite automotive events so you can start planning your calendar. Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance “Concours d’elegance” is French for “competition... Read More.
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by Chris Chase Spring is in the air, which means countless driving enthusiasts will soon be enjoying a summer of fun in the sporty cars they’ve brought out of storage. If the prospect of warm weather and dry roads has you itching for your own two-door toy, allow us to enable you with a reminder... Read More.
By Chris Chase With spring and its promise of warmer weather approaching, we’re turning our attention toward the market for sporty two-door cars. In our last article, we gave you some tips on how to shop for a handful of rear-wheel drive coupes from Scion, Subaru, Hyundai and Nissan. This time, we’ll focus on the... Read More.
by Lori Straus With spring melts and heavy rains happening throughout Ontario now, the time to adjust from winter driving to spring driving has come. That includes being mindful of floods. Driving through deep water, even if you think your car can make it, is best avoided because of the potential for damage to your... Read More.
by Chris Chase Springtime usually awakens driving-enthusiast fantasies of sports cars and convertibles, but as is the way in today’s marketplace, new SUV and crossover models are making most of the headlines as the weather warms up this year. And there’s a pretty impressive variety of new and redesigned SUVs on their way to Ontario’s... Read More.
by Lori Straus You’ve held onto your car for over a decade. It’s driven you to high school and your first job. It was the vehicle of choice for your post-graduate road trip. It maybe even drove your wife or a close friend to the hospital to give birth. But that voice inside your head... Read More.
by Lori Straus No two used cars are identical. This can make comparing apples to apples difficult when you’re buying a used vehicle. So, instead of using price as your guiding factor, use value to find the right car for you. Cost vs. Value When Buying a Car The manufacturer and dealership decide the cost... Read More.
by Lori Straus With spring just around the corner, we suspect many drivers are already planning to spend an afternoon, a day, or a weekend (where allowed) driving down the long, winding roads of Ontario. We have a few recommendations collected here for you as plan your route. Northern Ontario Much less densely populated than... Read More.
by Chris Chase As we discussed in the first instalment in our High vs Low series, upscale automakers have injected a lot more variety into the marketplace in recent years. Much of that change has been driven by the addition of compact models aimed at first-time car buyers or shoppers looking for their first luxury... Read More.
by Lori Straus Owning a car means you own a very complex piece of machinery that seems to come with its own language when it’s in trouble. Do you hear regular knocking under the hood? Or squealing? Or perhaps more of a grinding? And what do these sounds mean? In this blog post, we’ll cover... Read More.