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This is one beautiful automobile, as it should be when you push the envelope north of the $100K mark.
Mercedes-Benz is staking claim to the title 'best car in the world' with its flagship S-Class sedan.
This new sedan is being introduced to appeal to two particular markets—China and North America.
The Lexus CT 200h goes head-to-head with two other luxury hatches.
Fiat 500L is built on a new B-segment “small wide” platform with room for five and 42 per cent more interior space.
Like the rest of the Jetta family, the GLS four-door sedan is now built in Mexico instead of Germany.
Get your ‘Jaguar Voice’ activated with automakers Convenience Pack.
The baby of the Mercedes-Benz SUV lineup, the GLK, only joined the fleet in 2010, but there are big changes under the hood for 2013.
We arrived in Nanaimo and joined the first wave of journalists in the country to test Subaru’s redesigned Forester compact sport ute.
Hyundai is well past the days when it sold vehicles on price alone.
Hyundai has not just one or two, but three versions of the Elantra now on the market.
The first new Toyota model that might actually create an emotional attachment is an unlikely one—the mid-size 2013 Avalon sedan.
Last week, I must have answered questions from half a dozen neighbours about the 2013 Hyundai Elantra GT sitting outside the house.
This is actually the fourth generation of a model that first debuted in 1963 as a full-size sedan.
This is a car I consider a sleeper—it’s much better than you expect it to be when you first set eyes upon it.
The new Malibu will be sold in 100 markets on six continents and represents an important vehicle for the bow-tie brand.
The Accord is one of the three “pillars” of the Honda lineup along with the Civic and CR-V.
During my week with the Chevrolet Volt, I was amazed at how little many people actually know about it.
Designers set out to give the third-generation model a more masculine look in an attempt to overcome the ‘chick car’ reputation.
Subaru's Canadian vice-president of product planning and marketing says Subaru is “an attractive alternative to the mainstream brands.”