The smell of a new car is great. The process of buying a new car? Not so great. Here are some expert tactics to give you a leg up on fast-talking wheeler-dealers, so you can leave the lot with the car of your dreams and some money in your pocket.
A lot of people love it, but they don’t realize how harmful it can be for their health.
From innovative air fresheners to high-tech tailgates, we’re counting down 10 of the best new car features on the Canadian auto market.
Those LED headlights and cherry red paint job aren’t just fun, they’re making a statement about who you are as a person. Read on to learn more.
The Canadian International AutoShow returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from Feb. 16 to 25, 2018. From groundbreaking concept cars to American classics, we’ve rounded up the six must-see exhibits at this year’s show.
Want to save on gas? Slash what you’re paying at the pumps with these easy, do-it-yourself strategies for fuel-efficient driving.
No, they’re not just for decoration.
The all-new 2018 Camry is a bold departure from its predecessors, in the way it looks and feels—and even in the way it sounds.
Next time you’re in the market for a car, you may want to keep this colour in mind.
Loaded with convenience features and a top-of-the-line safety system, the Toyota Sienna is the ideal van for those with lots of people—and cargo—to transport. Here are a few qualities that make it so family friendly.
Take a read through some of the features that set Toyota trucks apart.
Is car sharing right for you? Consider these reasons why it might make sense for you to join the car-sharing ranks.
The position of a car’s fuel door (if you can actually remember where it is) remains one of the greatest unsolved motoring mysteries.
Real (and really odd) excuses about car accidents made for insurance claims.
RAV4’s cutting-edge safety technology helps you arrive safely, no matter the destination.
Winter is not the time for car trouble. Now is when you should be test-driving vehicles and trading your old one in. These are the top five vehicles to get you through the ice, snow and slush of the coming months. Beyond being super-stylish, they’re affordable, reliable and safe.
Car owners, beware! Even driving an older model doesn’t make you safe.
Canadians spend a lot of time in transit: Between the work commute, driving to the gym or volunteer activities, and visits to family and friends, a good chunk of the week is spent in a car. That’s why it’s crucial that your vehicle be a good fit for you and your lifestyle. Choosing the Toyota Corolla or the Corolla iM hatchback is a smart decision. Here’s why the Corolla makes for the ideal ride.
Autumn is a great time to explore Canada’s incredible cities, magnificent parks and other natural wonders. The Toyota RAV4 will get you from coast to coast in style and comfort—it has everything you need for an amazing road trip, whether you’re planning a quick weekend getaway to see the fall colours, or an extended trip that lasts until winter. Here’s why the RAV4 is the ideal vehicle for your wanderlust.
Whether you’re shopping for a used or new car, it’s important to spend time making sure it’s safe. From head restraints to antilock brake systems, here are nine car safety features you need to pay strict attention to.