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Typical Used Prices: 2015 - 17,000; 2019 - $24,500
Volkswagen’s ID.4 electric crossover will arrive in Canada mid-2021, with e-Golf no more
stronger, safer, lighter and more fuel-efficient
Comfortable ride marred by a lackluster engine.
This week in the news, Ford shakes up the Ranger, Volvo gets rid of the nitty-gritty, Mazda goes big engine small car, Volkswagen is taking a detour to New Mexico, Jaguar has upped the F-Pace inside a
Great usability, but drive feel and price are compromises.
The 2020 Cadillac CT4-V’s solid engine and razor-sharp handling tells us a lot about where Cadillac is going in the coming years.
The Eclipse Cross will appear in early 2021 as a 2022 model with a newly designed front and rear end taken directly from Mitsubishi’s next-generation design language.
Impressive efficiency and space for 8 make the Highlander Hybrid a winning combination.
All-new Tucson will offer all things to all people in one of the most hotly-contested segments in the industry.
The health and safety of AutoShow consumers, and all of those who work within the automotive industry, are of primary concern and the main reason behind the decision to go virtual next February, Jason
Fords Edgier Edge
Honda Insight makes saving fuel a Civic duty.
Typical Used Prices: 2015 - $21,000; 2019 - $31,500
2020 Honda Accord Touring delivers drivabilty, roominess and one of the best looking sedans on the road
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