If you’re in the market for a new car and still researching which one is right for you, below is Unhaggle’s Top 10 Canadian Car Review Sites that may be helpful to you.
Many of you might remember CanadianDriver.com, which has recently been rebranded Autos.ca. In our opinion, Autos.ca provides new car buyers the best resource online for research. It contains a large amount of reviews and previews on the newest vehicles, industry news, consumer advice, and an active forum. Contributors to the site include some of Canada’s best known automotive journalists.
#2. Globe Drive
The Globe and Mail’s online automotive section, Globe Drive is a popular destination for reviews, news, and car advice. The site’s Galleries contain an interesting collection of photo journals that are also informative.
In addition to quality reviews and commentary, you can play with Sympatico.ca’s Car Finder and Compare Cars tools which may come in handy if you’re still deciding on which new car is best for you. And after you’re done with that, you can check out loads of Top Gear clips.
#4. Driving.ca / Driving Television
These sites are great for video reviews on new model cars and more. They offer up easy to understand information by hosts, Zack Spencer and Lacey Elliot. You can catch the latest episodes of Driving Television on Global.
#5. MSN Autos Canada
You’re likely to find detailed editorials on the cars you’re most interested in with MSN’s large assortment of reviews, with plenty of interior and exterior pictures to go along. If you’re looking for some entertainment as well, check out some of the viral videos listed in the video section.
Rounding out the bottom five, these sites are definitely worth visiting but may not be as fulsome in their number of recent reviews or other features as compared to the top five review sites.