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Audi Q6 e-tron 2025: We Finally Know Its Price

Audi Q6 e-tron 2025: We Finally Know Its Price

It's been some time since Audi unveiled an SUV that is likely to attract many buyers, namely the Q6 e-tron. This is the second electric SUV to be offered by the brand in Canada, which is great news since the Q4 e-tron is already very successful here. The Q6 e-tron...

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Quebec wants to ban the sale of gasoline vehicles after 2034

Quebec wants to ban the sale of gasoline vehicles after 2034

In all likelihood, the Quebec government is expected to adopt a regulation banning the sale of gasoline vehicles in its territory starting in 2035. Needless to say, the news has sparked a lot of discussions in recent days.   According to Environment Minister Benoit...

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Jaguar Cleans House Before Electrification

Jaguar Cleans House Before Electrification

There are significant changes coming to Jaguar's lineup as the automaker announced earlier this week that it will eliminate five models.   The British manufacturer will progressively phase out the following models: XE, XF, F-Type, E-Pace, and I-Pace. If you are familiar...

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Porsche 718 2025: A Final Year Before Electrification

Porsche 718 2025: A Final Year Before Electrification

Porsche is known for being one of the most conservative brands in the industry, which is why I seriously question its decision to electrify the 718 lineup.   It all started with the Boxster concept in the early 90s, and some will tell you that this is the car that...

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Mercedes-Benz will continue to produce gasoline engines after 2030

Mercedes-Benz will continue to produce gasoline engines after 2030

The electrification of vehicles has seen a significant rise in popularity over the past few years. Various governments around the world have largely contributed to this expansion through substantial investments in infrastructure and, above all, lucrative subsidies...

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Nissan Rogue Rock Creek 2025

Nissan Rogue Rock Creek 2025

Each year, I test several dozen, if not hundreds, of vehicles. Naturally, I have favorites for certain models, as was the case with the Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek. So, you can imagine my excitement when I learned that the Japanese automaker is offering a similar version...

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Toyota Supra 2025: Is the 4-Cylinder Engine Being Eliminated?

Toyota Supra 2025: Is the 4-Cylinder Engine Being Eliminated?

Automakers constantly need to adjust their offerings based on the needs and desires of consumers. This is evident with the 2025 Toyota Supra, as its 4-cylinder engine is being removed from the lineup, thereby eliminating the most affordable version of the model....

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Automobile Congestion: Montreal Among the 50 Worst Cities in the World!

Automobile Congestion: Montreal Among the 50 Worst Cities in the World!

My work as an automotive journalist takes me to the streets of our regional metropolis almost every week, and if there is one thing that horrifies me about Montreal, it’s the traffic. It's a shame because I love this city for countless reasons.   No matter the...

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Volkswagen invests 5 billion in Rivian

Volkswagen invests 5 billion in Rivian

A few days ago, I mentioned that times are tough for emerging automakers and that a good way for them to improve their situation is to partner with a major manufacturer. Fortunately for Rivian, the Volkswagen Group has decided to invest a hefty sum of 5 billion dollars,...

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Buying Advice: 0% or Big Discounts?

Buying Advice: 0% or Big Discounts?

  One can say that the automotive industry has changed significantly during and since the Covid-19 crisis. Not too long ago, dealers had the upper hand due to reduced inventory and high demand. Add to that the sharp increase in the prime rate, which explains...

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Fisker must declare bankruptcy

Fisker must declare bankruptcy

The transition to electric vehicles has led to the launch of several new car brands over the past decade. However, the industry has changed significantly recently, with some more traditional manufacturers becoming major players in the electric vehicle segment. Unfortunately,...

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Bentley Continental GT Speed 2025: A 771-Horsepower Hybrid Car

Bentley Continental GT Speed 2025: A 771-Horsepower Hybrid Car

The automotive industry is constantly evolving, and we have proof with the fourth-generation Bentley Continental GT Speed 2025, which emerges as a hybrid. Indeed, the British manufacturer has finally swapped the W12 engine for a more efficient powertrain.   The grand...

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Volvo S60: It’s the End

Volvo S60: It’s the End

One of the most interesting aspects of being an automotive journalist is certainly being able to test drive numerous vehicles each year. There are models you hate and others you love. In reality, most models compare well with each other, and that's a good thing. Nevertheless,...

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Jeep Wrangler 392 2025: An Unexpected Return

Jeep Wrangler 392 2025: An Unexpected Return

Things have been changing at Stellantis over the past few months. The group has practically eliminated all models equipped with a V8, and electrification is now at the heart of every project. So, it’s safe to say that we did not expect to see the Jeep Wrangler 392...

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BMW X3 2025: A Bold New Generation

BMW X3 2025: A Bold New Generation

BMW introduced the fourth generation of the X3 earlier this week, marked by boldness and finesse. The Bavarian manufacturer's SUV has made a significant leap forward in both design and technology. The interior has been completely redesigned with an entirely new dashboard...

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Bugatti Tourbillon 2025: 1800 Horsepower and 16 Cylinders

Bugatti Tourbillon 2025: 1800 Horsepower and 16 Cylinders

Bugatti is one of the most prestigious and recognized brands in the world. The feats achieved by its cars over the past two decades have helped the brand build a solid reputation. This is why the French manufacturer is presenting its latest creation today, the Tourbillon.   This...

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Lexus Offers an Optional Pizza Oven

Lexus Offers an Optional Pizza Oven

The options available in most vehicles are nothing exceptional, although we do appreciate them. However, some manufacturers are more creative in their approach, leading to some unusual features.   For instance, Land Rover offers a set specifically designed for canine...

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Jeep Renegade 2027: A Fully Electric Model?

Jeep Renegade 2027: A Fully Electric Model?

After weeks of speculation, the American automaker has finally confirmed the return of the Jeep Renegade in 2027 as an affordable small 100% electric SUV. This is excellent news for buyers, as it is expected to have a starting price below $25,000 USD. Thus, we could expect...

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2025 Honda Civic Hybrid: Here Are the Prices

2025 Honda Civic Hybrid: Here Are the Prices

The Honda Civic has been one of Canadians' favorite cars for several decades. It is also one of the few compact cars still successful in a market dominated by SUVs. The little Japanese car has built a solid reputation over the years for both reliability and durability.   It...

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Cadillac wants to launch a hypercar.

Cadillac wants to launch a hypercar.

Although the idea of a manufacturer like Cadillac venturing into the hypercar segment might seem odd, it's not a bad one. In fact, I would even say it's the next step in the brand's development.   For the past few years, Cadillac has been particularly focused on two...

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Buying Advice: Financing or Leasing?

Buying Advice: Financing or Leasing?

When it comes time to acquire a new vehicle, there are primarily three options available to you. First, you can pay for the vehicle and all associated fees in full on the day of possession. However, given the average price of a new vehicle today, few people can afford...

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Toyota Crown Signia 2025

Toyota Crown Signia 2025

After the sedan, it's now the SUV variant's turn to hit the market. Toyota unveiled the Crown Signia earlier this week, and it's safe to say the model did not go unnoticed. This is the first SUV from the Signia division.   The first question that comes to mind is...

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Fiat 500: A Hybrid Version

Fiat 500: A Hybrid Version

  The Fiat 500 is making its return to Canada this year as a small electric car. Unfortunately, the little Italian city car has failed to build a strong reputation since its introduction to the North American market in 2011. The Fiat 500 was very popular...

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Jeep Prepares the Return of the Cherokee

Jeep Prepares the Return of the Cherokee

As you probably know, Jeep had to end the production of the Cherokee earlier this year after 49 years on the market. However, the American manufacturer's SUV's retirement was short-lived, as rumors are already circulating about a new generation of Jeep Cherokee that could...

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Nissan Ends Development of Gasoline Engines

Nissan Ends Development of Gasoline Engines

While most manufacturers continue to develop new gasoline engines alongside the electrification of their ranges, Nissan has decided to focus solely on electric powertrains.   Indeed, earlier this week, the Japanese automaker confirmed that it will cease all...

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Toyota Wants Performance SUVs

Toyota Wants Performance SUVs

Performance has long been associated with automobiles, but today we see a range of sporty models in both SUVs and trucks. Toyota, on its part, offers the TRD lineup, which certainly brings technical improvements, but these focus on off-road driving. Consequently, there are...

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Porsche to Soon Unveil the Hybrid 911

Porsche to Soon Unveil the Hybrid 911

When it comes to a car as legendary as the 911, each new feature must be introduced with caution. One wouldn’t want to distort this iconic model. However, as Chevrolet demonstrated by opting for a mid-engine configuration for the first time in Corvette history,...

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Mercedes-Benz G-Class: 80% of Vehicles Sold Still on the Road

Mercedes-Benz G-Class: 80% of Vehicles Sold Still on the Road

I'm often asked what vehicle to buy for the long term, the very long term. My answer is usually simple since I suggest people look at the old cars that are still regularly on the road. Indeed, this is a good indicator of the kind of model that tends to withstand the test...

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What is the quietest car on the market in 2024?

What is the quietest car on the market in 2024?

If you're like me and spend most of your time on the road, you clearly understand what I mean when I say that road noises eventually drive me crazy. It seems like things are getting worse with each passing year. Fortunately, there are vehicles with...

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Buying Advice: A Salvage Vehicle, Yes or No?

Buying Advice: A Salvage Vehicle, Yes or No?

Firstly, what is a salvage vehicle? If you've never heard of this term, know that it refers to a vehicle that has been severely damaged in an accident and subsequently rebuilt.   Although it may seem daunting at first, there are generally good opportunities to be...

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Introducing the Ferrari 12Cilindri, 2025: a future classic

Introducing the Ferrari 12Cilindri, 2025: a future classic

Why complicate things when you can keep it simple? That's probably what the executives at the brand thought when it came time to name their latest creation, the 12Cilindri, which literally translates to 12 cylinders in case you hadn't figured it out.     As...

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Jeep Gladiator: Finally, a 4xe Version!

Jeep Gladiator: Finally, a 4xe Version!

Although there are some minor differences between the two models, the Jeep Gladiator essentially remains a truck version of the Wrangler. In short, many have long wondered why the Gladiator didn't offer all the same mechanical options as the Wrangler, especially the beloved...

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Ford Mustang: Quebecers Unite to Break a Record

Ford Mustang: Quebecers Unite to Break a Record

Thousands of Ford Mustang enthusiasts came together last weekend to set a record. Proof of this lies in the fact that over 1,889 owners gathered for the event.   American muscle cars congregated in Trois-Rivières before hitting the road towards Quebec City....

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Autonomous Vehicles Banned in British Columbia

Autonomous Vehicles Banned in British Columbia

The province of British Columbia has now prohibited the use of autonomous driving within its territory. This new regulation applies to vehicles utilizing level 3 or higher technology. Thus, it does not affect vehicles equipped with adaptive cruise control or lane-keeping...

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Lamborghini Urus SE 2025: a plug-in hybrid version

Lamborghini Urus SE 2025: a plug-in hybrid version

After months of speculation and rumors, Lamborghini finally unveils the brand new plug-in hybrid version of its high-performance SUV. According to the brand, it is the first model of its kind to feature such a mechanical configuration, making it even more exclusive and desirable.   Let's...

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RAM 1500 Classic: it's the end for Canada

RAM 1500 Classic: it's the end for Canada

Starting next year, the 1500 Classic truck will no longer be part of RAM's Canadian lineup as announced by the American manufacturer earlier this week. Production of the model has now ceased, meaning the last units arriving at dealerships soon will be the...

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Tesla Model 3: a $3,000 price drop

Tesla Model 3: a $3,000 price drop

Although no official date has been revealed, it is known that the American manufacturer wants to offer a new, more affordable car. In the meantime, fans of the brand can rejoice in the fact that the Tesla Model 3 has just undergone a $3,000 price drop.   The starting...

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Shelby Super Snake 2024: 830 Horsepower

Shelby Super Snake 2024: 830 Horsepower

Shelby American took advantage of the famous Barrett-Jackson auction in Palm Beach, Florida, to unveil its latest creation, the 2024 Super Snake.   Once again, the American company has gone all out with this limited edition of 250 units,...

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Toyota Prius: Doors That Open Themselves

Toyota Prius: Doors That Open Themselves

The word "recall" can be alarming, especially when you receive a letter from the manufacturer announcing that your vehicle could catch fire or experience a major failure. But don't panic, as most of the time, recall items are harmless, and only a very small percentage of...

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Jeep: Electric vehicles will have gasoline versions

Jeep: Electric vehicles will have gasoline versions

It's Jeep's turn to tap the brakes on electric vehicles. Earlier this week, the American manufacturer announced that its upcoming electric vehicles, the Wagoneer S and the Recon, could also be offered with gasoline engines.   Jeep isn't the first manufacturer to make...

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Aston Martin DBX 2025: A 697-Horsepower Monster

Aston Martin DBX 2025: A 697-Horsepower Monster

It's hard to imagine anything more outrageous than the Aston Martin DBX, and that's something the British manufacturer certainly understands. That's precisely why the model range has been trimmed down to just one mechanical option for 2025. You'll understand, then, that...

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The Ford Mustang Celebrates Its 60th Anniversary

The Ford Mustang Celebrates Its 60th Anniversary

The Ford Mustang is one of the most recognized and iconic cars in the automobile industry. It's also one of the oldest cars still in production today, which is why its anniversary shouldn't go unnoticed.   The American sports car is blowing out 60 candles this year,...

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Buick Enclave 2025: A Breath of Fresh Air

Buick Enclave 2025: A Breath of Fresh Air

It's now Buick Enclave's turn to get a makeover, and it was about time. The American manufacturer has played its cards well here by opting for a similar aesthetic signature to that of its other models in the lineup. Buick has experienced a significant surge in popularity...

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Alfa Romeo Junior: a last-minute name change

Alfa Romeo Junior: a last-minute name change

Italian automaker Alfa Romeo stirred up quite a controversy this week by unveiling a new urban SUV called Junior. Well, it was actually named Milano at its launch, but the brand was forced to change its name.   It turns out that the Italian...

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Chevrolet Corvette ZR1: A Twin-Turbo Missile

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1: A Twin-Turbo Missile

It's safe to say that the current generation of the Chevrolet Corvette has stirred up quite a buzz since its introduction to the market. The shift from a front-engine to a mid-engine layout has completely changed the game. Moreover, I'm not sure by...

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BMW M5 Touring: Ready for Canada

BMW M5 Touring: Ready for Canada

Despite the success of SUVs, other categories of vehicles manage to stand out, notably family cars, which have experienced a significant resurgence in popularity in recent years. Indeed, this body style has always been very popular, and it seems to be finding its place again...

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Acura ZDX 2024: Starting Price of $84,990

Acura ZDX 2024: Starting Price of $84,990

Unveiled last year at the renowned Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, the Acura ZDX is about to hit the dealership floors. This week, the Japanese manufacturer took the opportunity to reveal the official price range of its first all-electric vehicle.   As you probably...

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Tesla Model 2: Project Falls Through?

Tesla Model 2: Project Falls Through?

While many were eagerly anticipating its arrival, it appears that the Tesla Model 2 will not be coming after all. This was revealed by the magazine Reuters earlier this week. On the other hand, Elon Musk, the founder of the brand, claims that the news is false.   This...

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Mini Cooper S 2025: 201 horsepower

Mini Cooper S 2025: 201 horsepower

This week, we're discovering the all-new Mini Cooper in its S version, and it's fair to say that the manufacturer has gone all out, without wanting to make a bad pun.   The S version essentially takes everything from the regular version except for what's under the...

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A New Simplified Logo for Lamborghini

A New Simplified Logo for Lamborghini

For companies like Lamborghini, the logo is one of the most valuable assets they possess. Thus, needless to say, any changes made must be finely edited and not very radical. The Italian manufacturer has decided that its emblem needed a slight rejuvenation for 2024.   The...

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