Driving

How competitive is this market?
Everything from Kawasaki’s supercharged Ninja H2R to the Polaris Slingshot three-wheeler will be on display.
Sometimes it seems like every second car on the road is an SUV or a pickup, but in Canada the traditional four-door family sedan still remains the vehicle of choice for many buyers.
A mass-produced, accessible, affordable, and most importantly reliable fuel-cell vehicle remains a kind of automotive Holy Grail.
Cadillac has been on the receiving end of significant—and relevant—research and development over the past few years.
Like BMW’s Mini, Fiat rolled out a revamped 500 that corrects its previous flaws, boasts fuel efficiency, and is a pleasure to drive.
Canadians haven’t been buying hybrids as much as Americans do but the Lexus CT200h may give consumers reasons to reconsider.
Visit any city in Europe or Asia and you’ll find yourself inundated by scooters.
There’s more to this one than a nice drive train.
There’s no question: battery-powered cars are gaining in popularity.