Reviews

10 Reasons to Buy a 2018 Ford Escape

Nov 17, 2017Comments off

  Revamped last year with a modernized look and a new Sport package, the Ford Escape continues to be one of the top-selling SUVs in

2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti: Jeremy Clarkson ...

Nov 15, 2017Comments off

  Its visibility as an automotive brand is rather discreet on Canadian roads, to be sure, and that is unlikely to change in the near-future.

2018 Chevrolet Equinox Diesel, a High-Ranki...

Nov 13, 2017Comments off

Diesel engines have, in recent years, taken quite a public relations beating in North America. Their reputation took a hit due to the Volkswagen emissions

2017 Buick Encore Sport Touring, (Nearly) P...

Nov 06, 2017Comments off

  The Buick Encore received a minor facelift for 2017, but the core elements still remain: compact MPV proportions, short wheelbase and high seating position.

4-Cylinder 2018 Jaguar F-Type, a Joyous Sur...

Nov 01, 2017Comments off

  ÅLESUND, Norway – After having explored the limits of power and performance with the 575-hp, all-wheel drive SVR, Jaguar now presents a simpler, lighter

2018 Toyota Camry: a Game-Changing V6

Oct 30, 2017Comments off

  Plano, Texas — Over the years, the successive editions of the Toyota Camry all had one vexing point in common: they were uniformly dull

2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: Our Road Tri...

Oct 28, 2017Comments off

  Two birds, one stone. When Jeep invited Auto123.com to the unveiling of the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk in Portland, Maine―an offer to try out the

2018 Ford F-150 First Drive: The strong get...

Oct 28, 2017Comments off

  As I sat at the launch of the 2018 Ford F-150 in one of the oldest vehicles I’ve ever had the pleasure of sitting

2017 BMW 540i xDrive: A Sport Sedan With a ...

Oct 28, 2017Comments off

  As modern vehicles inch closer and closer to near-universal excellence, it’s becoming more difficult for car companies to differentiate their wares. This is especially

2018 Volvo XC60 T8 First Drive: The CanR...

Oct 27, 2017Comments off

  In what seems like a blink of an eye, Volvo has gone from making conservative, safe-bet cars that put safety first, AWD practicality second