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GRINDING GEARS: Save a cyclist, and yourself, a lot of grief

GRINDING GEARS: Save a cyclist, and yourself, a lot of grief

Simple action from drivers can reduce the chances of 'dooring' a cyclist
REVIEW: Nissan Leaf quietly leads the charge for electric vehicles

REVIEW: Nissan Leaf quietly leads the charge for electric vehicles

The Nissan Leaf is the best-selling electric vehicle in the world.
REVIEW: Honda Passport gets stamp of approval

REVIEW: Honda Passport gets stamp of approval

Honda made a smart move for 2019 by introducing the new Passport, slotted just below the three-row Honda Pilot both in size and pricing.
GRINDING GEARS: Corvette finally gets mid-engine muscle

GRINDING GEARS: Corvette finally gets mid-engine muscle

Well, it’s finally happened. The Chevrolet Corvette has gone mid-engined. It took forever – the change has been promised on the cover of magazines for at least 30 years – but now it’s finally here.
BRAKING NEWS: Volkswagen Beetle finally squashed for good

BRAKING NEWS: Volkswagen Beetle finally squashed for good

A biweekly roundup of automotive news, good, bad and just plain weird: The VW Beetle is finally dead They say bugs will outlive us all, and in the case of the Volkswagen Bug, there seemed to be a certain truth to the cliché.
REVIEW: Dodge Ram both comfortable and capable

REVIEW: Dodge Ram both comfortable and capable

There’s a really old joke, one from the period of vaudeville slapstick, that goes: my car doesn’t need a horn – it says Dodge right on the front. Well, if you can’t Dodge it, Ram it.
REVIEW: Cayenne adds luxury and practicality to Porsche's sporty recipe

REVIEW: Cayenne adds luxury and practicality to Porsche's sporty recipe

The Porsche Cayenne was first designed and released in 2003. At the time, the idea of Porsche producing an SUV was shocking to say the least.
GRINDING GEARS: Car collectors must embrace the new nostalgia

GRINDING GEARS: Car collectors must embrace the new nostalgia

As alluded to a few weeks ago, this weekend features British Columbia’s annual Classic Car appreciation day, on Sunday. No, there’s no associated holiday. I’ve already asked. [Editor’s Note: back to work or I’ll get the cattle prod out again.
REVIEW: Mercedes AMG E53 makes the most out of every drop of fuel

REVIEW: Mercedes AMG E53 makes the most out of every drop of fuel

Every last drop.
BRAKING NEWS: Squatter tries to claim convertible parked in Vancouver

BRAKING NEWS: Squatter tries to claim convertible parked in Vancouver

A biweekly roundup of automotive news, good, bad and just plain weird: Finders-keepers doesn’t work on Corvette convertible Ever own or rent a convertible with a top that’s a pain to put up? You might be tempted just to leave it down while you run in