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  1. Episode 126 - 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E Review

    Kenneth Bokor

    The EV Revolution Show Join me as I get to spend a couple of ours with a brand new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E all-electric! A wonderful EV and my thanks to Da...

  2. Episode 125 - 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime PHEV Review!

    Kenneth Bokor

    Join me as I let you know my thoughts about this good PHEV! My thanks to Toyota Canada for the test car and I hope you enjoy my overview on this vehicle!M...

  3. 2020 McLaren GT: 'Practical Supercar' Has Interesting Quirks

    Dustin Woods

    In pursuit of a practical supercar


  4. First Drive – 2020 Porsche Macan GTS

    Rob Beintema

    Compact crossovers continue to be popular even in the upscale premium category. The Macan is Porsche’s best-seller.

  5. REVIEW: Toyota Corolla joins the bold and the beautiful

    David Chao

    After more than 50 years of production, the Corolla is still Toyota’s best-selling model globally. Totally redesigned for 2020 model year, the all-new Toyota Corolla is actually beautiful, maybe . . .

  6. Pedro Arrais review: Hyundai Accent an entry-level contender

    Pedro Arrais

    The subcompact field has taken a leap upward with the introduction of an Ultimate trim level in the 2019 Hyundai Accent line. Subcompacts have always been entry-level vehicles — the ones with the. . .

  7. Pedro Arrais review: Kia Stinger offers performance, luxury on a budget

    Pedro Arrais

    The introduction of the 2018 Kia Stinger has been a game-changer for the sports/luxury car segment. The thought of Kia, a brand more synonymous with practical economy cars, building a premium . . .

  8. Pedro Arrais review: GMC Sierra 1500 pushes the competition ahead

    Pedro Arrais

    It’s probably redundant to say “Go big or go home” to the 2019 GMC Sierra. The phrase is an exhortation to go all out in life, sports — and in this case, a full-size pickup truck. Sales of . . .

  9. Pedro Arrais review: Entry-level XT4 is still a Cadillac

    Pedro Arrais

    Cadillac, a brand synonymous with luxury, is sending a shudder down the spine of the non-luxury segment by pricing its new XT4 compact crossover/SUV for as little as $34,400. The non-luxury . . .

  10. Pedro Arrais review: Iconic Mini Cooper still tons of fun

    Pedro Arrais

    The classic Mini is alive and well — and just as relevant in 2019 as it was 60 years ago. If you are of a certain age, you might remember the original Mini, produced by British Motor Corporation,. . .

  11. Pedro Arrais review: MX-5 a fountain of youth with four wheels

    Pedro Arrais

    Spring has sprung. If you have always harboured a desire to drive with feel of the sun on your face and wind in your hair, the 2019 Mazda MX-5 RF is waiting for you. Convertibles have always . . .

  12. Pedro Arrais review: Audi Q8 a sport-ute built for drivers

    Pedro Arrais

    Take all the attributes of a luxury SUV, marry it to the graceful lines of a coupe and you get the 2019 Audi Q8. The luxury segment, like the automotive market in general, has seen a huge demand . . .

  13. Pedro Arrais review: Mazda3 a fun family alternative to SUVs

    Pedro Arrais

    Sensible meets zoom-zoom as Mazda adds all-wheel drive to the 2019 Mazda3. The compact hatchback is a perennial favourite among Canadians — certainly a lot more popular than south of the border.. . .

  14. Pedro Arrais review: 2019 Volvo S60 is a Swede place to be

    Pedro Arrais

    If you are like Goldilocks, never warmed up to luxury German cars and found Asian vehicles just don’t tickle your fancy, perhaps you haven’t tried to cosy up to a 2019 Volvo S60. The Swedish . . .

  15. Pedro Arrais review: Volvo wagon a throwback to old-school design

    Pedro Arrais

    The 2019 Volvo V60 is like a breath of fresh air in a market awash with boxy SUVs. Too often, manufacturers have sacrificed beauty and style at the altar of utility. Volvo has taken an alternate . . .

  16. Pedro Arrais review: Honda Pilot benefits from midlife refresh

    Pedro Arrais

    A mid-cycle refresh to the 2019 Honda Pilot provides the manufacturer an opportunity to give the mid-sized SUV a host of changes, inside and out. Mid-cycle for Honda usually means at the two-year. . .

  17. Pedro Arrais review: Outlander has genuine off-road ability

    Pedro Arrais

    With all the hype around electrification of the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander, it is easy to forget the other attributes of its internal-combustion brethren. The Mitsubishi Outlander P-HEV is . . .

  18. Pedro Arrais review: Upscale Evoque shines on or off-road

    Pedro Arrais

    Just when you think you’ve seen everything, the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque manages to open your eyes to new vistas. The 2020 model is the debut of the second generation of the five-door . . .

  19. Pedro Arrais review: New features elevate top-selling Corolla

    Pedro Arrais

    If you can’t understand what the fuss over SUVs is all about and yearn for a conventional compact four-door sedan, the 2020 Toyota Corolla is your ride. Not a week goes by without a manufacturer . . .

  20. Pedro Arrais review: 2019 Smart EQ ForTwo goes out with a bang

    Pedro Arrais

    It’s the end of the road and the end of a chapter in North America’s automotive history as the 2019 Smart EQ ForTwo drives off into the sunset. Last month Daimler AG, which produces both . . .

  21. Pedro Arrais review: New Blazer evolves with the times

    Pedro Arrais

    General Motors revives an old nameplate and reimagines the new 2019 Chevrolet Blazer as a two-row crossover. Manufacturers these days are increasingly looking for any reason to introduce a new . . .

  22. Pedro Arrais review: Maserati Levante exudes Italian charm

    Pedro Arrais

    If you are a lover of all things Italian, you will definitely fall head over heels in love with the Maserati Levante, the first SUV to be offered by the luxury vehicle manufacturer. Founded in . . .

  23. Pedro Arrais review: Ford Ranger jumps back in the mid-sized game

    Pedro Arrais

    Ford is back in the saddle again in the mid-sized truck segment with the reintroduction of the 2019 Ford Ranger. The Ranger nameplate has been used by Ford since 1958. It was first applied to . . .

  24. Pedro Arrais review: Z-car a welcome return for BMW

    Pedro Arrais

    Recently, BMW has not only relaunched a new Z4 roadster, it effectively launched a shot across the bow of the Porsche Boxster in the premium sports-car segment. The Z series has undergone several. . .

  25. Pedro Arrais review: Upstart G70 takes on sport-luxe leaders

    Pedro Arrais

    Genesis, the world’s newest premium brand, has just introduced its G70 as perhaps the first salvo in its battle to establish itself in the entry-luxury segment. An upscale subsidiary of Hyundai, . . .

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