Ahead of the Curve.

The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) is an association of professional journalists, writers, photographers and corporate entities whose focus is the automobile and the automotive industry. The majority of our journalist members test drive and report on new vehicles on an ongoing basis in various forms of media across the country.

An integral part of the association is our annual Canadian Car and Utility Vehicle of the Year awards program, designed to inform Canadians about which vehicles are best suited to Canada’s unique driving conditions.



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  AJAC in the News

  1. Home on the Range Anxiety

  2. EcoRun Fuel Economy Challenge puts Manufacturer Ratings to the Test – WHEELS.ca

    EcoRun is gathering of Canadian journalists who set out to test a selection of the most fuel-efficient new cars for sale on the market. The goal is a simple one: drive a pre-planned route in a variety of eco-friendly cars and try to eke out the best efficiency from them.


  Recent Member Articles

  1. Pedro Arrais review: Hot-selling Ram 1500 gets even better

    Pedro Arrais

    Big trucks are big business. In Canada, four of the 10 top best-selling vehicles are full-size trucks, including No. 2 — the Ram 1500. The 2019 model represents the fifth generation of the truck,. . .

  2. Polestar: Meet the Hot New Swedish Brand

    William Clavey

    Nearly two years ago, Volvo announced that its high-performance division, Polestar, would become a standalone brand offering a full lineup of electrified vehicles while continuing to infuse sportier Volvo models with its unique technological know-how . Last year at the Geneva Auto Show, a first concept known as Polestar 1 …

  3. RAM 1500 2019

    Jesse Caron

    Ram is presenting a redesigned 1500 for 2019, with modified styling and convenience features as well as aerodynamic and structural updates. A mild hybrid system is now fitted to the V6 engine and is also available as an option on the omnipresent V8 Hemi. Highly popular here, the Sport version...

  4. 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe first drive review | Car Reviews | Auto123

    Dan Heyman

    For 2019, the Santa Fe is all new, marking the beginning of the mid-size crossover’s fourth generation. The styling is a big departure from the 2018 model.

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