Every car owner can use some repair tips for their vehicle, even if they aren’t experts. While some repairs and maintenance jobs will require a professional, many can be done at home, in the garage or out on the driveway. Knowing which task can be accomplished quick and easy will not only save you money, but also teach you more about your vehicle. Read More
The Los Angeles Auto Show is one of the most influential events in the automotive industry. The past weekend saw the debuts and updates of many different vehicles – from simple economy cars to top-of-the-line luxury exclusives. The round-up below highlights our favourites, all of which can be seen at the L.A. Auto Show until November 30. Read More
The 2015 Nissan Altima boasts a respectable cabin, solid fuel economy and top safety scores, but its CVT transmission may not be for everyone.
The new Nissan Altima hits a checkbox in almost every category, which is why it’s one of the best full-size sedans around. Large cabin space? Check. Great comfort and ride quality? Check. Good safety scores? Check. Respectable fuel economy? Check. There really isn’t much to criticize about this vehicle, but if we’re going to get nitpicky – the continuously variable transmission may be a deal breaker for some. When it comes to the Altima, we really believe the good outweighs the bad here – by a long shot. Read More
Reliable cars will get you to all the places you want to go with minimal hassle, but they may not have the best resale value on the market. Certain vehicles that are deemed “reliable” by the critics have also shown to have higher depreciation rates. To be fair, cheap low-quality cars suffer from this even more, but some actually don’t – just check this list, if you don’t believe us! Read More
Toyota continues to demonstrate its commitment to building fuel-efficient and environmentally-friendly vehicles with the arrival of the hydrogen-powered zero-emissions Mirai sedan – Tesla’s potential new rival. Read More