Everything We Know About the 2016 Chevy Camaro So Far

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Everything We Know About the 2016 Chevy Camaro So Far

Even more information has surfaced regarding the upcoming, yet-to-be revealed 2016 Chevy Camaro. Now we know that it will be 28 per cent stiffer than the current model, while being about 200 pounds lighter. Every Camaro model is known for its powerful nature, historic evolution and continuous advancements, but it’s the 2016 version that has fans and car enthusiasts itching with excitement. Why? Because it will take the vehicle into its sixth generation. Read More

SUV vs. Crossover: What’s the Actual Difference?

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SUV vs. Crossover: What's the Actual Difference?

To the untrained eye SUVs and crossovers (also known as CUVs) don’t have too many differences. They are both considerable family vehicles with ample room for passengers and cargo. But due to recent negative association with the term “SUV,” manufacturers have started establishing a form separation between the two. CUVs – like the Honda CR-V – are now marketed as having the practical attributes of an SUV, but with car-like drivability and fuel efficiency. Read More

Why You Should Start Saving for a Self-Driving Car Today

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Why You Should Start Saving for a Self-Driving Car Today

We all know that self-driving cars are as real as this and this. And yet we can still hardly believe that they actually exist – because most of us haven’t had a chance to properly interact with them. Hyundai announced in April 2015 that it plans to mass-produce its first set of autonomous vehicles in 2020, with Google having projected a similar goal earlier. Read More

How to Choose High-Quality Car Upholstery and Avoid Unnecessary Repairs

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How to Choose High-Quality Car Upholstery and Avoid Repairs

Seats are an important if slightly neglected aspect of every vehicle. It’s the part that makes drivers and their passengers feel comfortable, while carrying them to all the places they want to visit. Car engines accomplish the carrying part, but they certainly don’t make you feel cozy. As is the case with chairs and couches, the material covering your seats wears down, which means that eventually you have to change it. However, unlike furniture, you can’t push a car seat to the side of a room; you have to fix it. Read More

How to Buy a New Car With Very Little Money

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Can’t Afford a New Car? Here’s How to Change That

New cars cost money, which means that not everyone can afford one, as unfortunate as that may sound. Yet many Canadians who cannot afford a car still go right ahead and buy one anyway. How is such a thing possible? Two reasons – loans and impulse shopping. According to a recent survey for Consolidated Credit Counseling Services, 35 per cent of Canadians said that their largest source of consumer debt was buying on impulse. Meanwhile, the average length of a car loan in the country has reached 72 months. If that’s not enough, some dealers offer loans lasting for as long as 96 months, which plays directly into our terrible impulse-buying habits. Read More

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