Subcompact cars are common in today’s luxury car marketplace, conceived by upscale automakers to foster brand loyalty among drivers who are younger and less-affluent than the traditional luxury-car buyer. While today’s entry-level luxury offerings are mostly a mix of small sedans and crossovers, many early upscale subcompacts for North America were hatchbacks. Those are the... 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.
The Lexus ES turns 30 this year. Toyota’s upscale brand introduced this mid-size luxury sedan in 1989 as part of its original lineup. It quickly became known for a quiet and comfortable drive and, thanks to its connections to the Toyota Camry, strong reliability.... Read More.
What are the factors of luxury car depreciation? Like any car, luxurious cars depreciate, but often at a higher rate than the industry average. That means after five or 10 years, a car that once cost as much as a condo in some of Ontario’s smaller cities can become surprisingly attainable.... Read More.
With that trend in mind, we’ve put together a collection of what we consider the best used luxury coupes. This includes both cars that prioritize class and refinement and ones with industry-leading performance.... Read More.