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. 2018 Honda Clarity | STRANGE exterior Styling! | Full review part 1/6

    Mathieu Thomassin

    The all-new 2018 Clarity Plug-in Hybrid completes Honda's first-ever vehicle series that offers customers an array of electrified powertrain choices in one s...

  2. 2019 Mazda3 Sedan Is All Grown Up, But Still Fun To Drive

    William Clavey

    William Clavey takes the 2019 Mazda3 sedan out for a drive to find out if its as fun to drive as the car it replaces. Find out what he thinks in his review.

  3. Ford F-150 Diesel Built Tough - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    You know you are doing something right when you are the top selling anything for over 50 years. For Ford of Canada, they have had the top selling pickup truck in Canada for 53 years, with the F-Series. If that isn’t enough, the F-Series has been the top selling vehicle overall in Canada for the past nine years.

  4. NISSAN Kicks 2018

    Jesse Caron

    The new Kicks is Nissan’s most recent response to the current craze for sport-utility vehicles. Built on the Versa Note platform, it slips into the spot vacated by the Juke for 2018. The Kicks is more conventional than its predecessor; it targets a different set of buyers focussed more on utility...

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