Do you trade it? How much can you expect to get? The following tips will help you navigate the process of taking your car to a dealer to trade in for your next vehicle.... Read More.
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If you’re in the market for a used car and respond to a classified ad from a private seller, make sure they’re not a curbsider. Curbsiders are people who pose as private sellers, but are actually running a business selling cars.... Read More.
Once a year, Michigan’s Vincentric takes a critical look at the Canadian car industry to find the top values in an array of vehicle categories and presents them in its annual Best Value in Canada Awards.... Read More.
The Acura NSX may not boast the same level of prestige as an Italian exotic, but it’s an extremely impressive machine. If you’re in the market for a high-tech supercar and can afford the $200,000 price tag, the NSX should be on your short list.... Read More.
As the market for sedans continues to shrink, car makers are reaching for anything to make their cars stand out from the crowd. For Nissan and its mid-size Altima, that trick is making it the only car in its class with standard all-wheel drive.... Read More.
We realize that much of what you’re about to read may scare you away from a diesel-powered SUV. However, like any reliability issue, many of these problems are closely linked to how the vehicle is used and maintained.... Read More.
Barrie Thunder Classics Cruise Nights is run by the Barrie Thunder Classics Car Club. The cruise nights take place in Heritage Park at the waterfront every Wednesday from 6 p.m. until dusk.... Read More.
PHEV stands for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, a label the Outlander displays prominently on its tailgate and front fenders. This is Mitsubishi’s first hybrid model for North America, but not its first plug-in car... Read More.