January 12, 2014

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  • from Auto123

    Truly, I'm not a pickup kinda girl. Sure, I love the country. Heck, my parents even have horses (and donkeys), and I ride on occasion. However, if I had the choice (and the dollars), I'd spring for a luxury off-roader to haul my horse trailer and get around the muddy back roads over a pickup. Of course, such is not usually the option for the everyday farmer or the urban cowboy. So, there are pickups to pick up the luxury SUV slack (pun fully intended). Today's market has some stellar choices...
  • from Auto123

    In the land of the pickup, supremacy comes at a price. The manufacturers pay this price as the last four (or so) decades have belonged to Ford and its F-150. By price, I mean that regardless of the latest technological advances, powertrain improvements or design enhancements, the Blue Oval always wins. It would seem that Toyota has chosen to go a different direction altogether. For the 2014 Tundra, Toyota decided to keep it simple and give the pickup buyer a real pickup, with little fluff and...

December 4, 2013

  • from Auto123

    Yesterday in Toronto, the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) announced the category winners from the recent TestFest event. These vehicles all become finalists for the 2014 Canadian Car of the Year and Canadian Truck of the Year awards. Best New Small Car (under $21,000): Mazda3 Best New Small Car (over $21,000): Mazda3 Sport Best New Family Car (under $30,000): Kia Soul Best New Family Car (over $30,000): Mazda6 Best New Luxury Car (under $50,000): Lexus IS 350 RWD Best New...

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October 28, 2013

  • from Auto123

    Pickups are the backbone of North America. Pickups could be credited as being the most instrumental tool that built both the modern US of A and Canada. Their importance on our automotive landscape is paramount. For the recuperating Big 3, their pickups are a sign of strength of enduring presence of health. The more they manage to put on the streets, the deeper their pockets are and the better the bottom line gets. In fact, the condition of the economy is often mirrored by pickup take rates....
  • from Auto123

    Pickups are the backbone of North America. Pickups could be credited as being the most instrumental tool that built both the modern US of A and Canada. Their importance on our automotive landscape is paramount. For the recuperating Big 3, their pickups are a sign of strength of enduring presence of health. The more they manage to put on the streets, the deeper their pockets are and the better the bottom line gets. In fact, the condition of the economy is often mirrored by pickup take rates....

October 25, 2013

  • from Auto123

    When you're this versatile, you can get away with having a mug like Homer Simpson. Looks aside, the working cargo van is a growing segment here in North America, having long been a European commercial mainstay. What is the 2014 Ram ProMaster? The ProMaster is built on Fiat's Ducati platform, which has been one of the most successful European commercial vehicles for over 30 years, with over 4.5 million sold. The first collaboration between the Fiat...

October 22, 2013

  • from Auto123

    Like thousands of Canadians, you might drive a four-wheel drive (4x4) or all-wheel-drive (AWD) equipped car, wagon, crossover or truck for its added confidence, capability, and all-season, all-terrain traction. Whether it's a Ford F-150, GMC Acadia, Subaru Legacy, Mitsubishi Evolution, Audi Quattro or other four-wheel driven ride you call your own, a few maintenance tips will help ensure its powertrain is in tip-top shape for its busiest season: winter. Here are some tips to consider ahead of...

October 14, 2013

  • from Auto123

    Well, that didn't take long! The all-new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra full-size pickups, which both hit the market back in June, have now been slapped with a first recall that affects 2,575 units. Chevrolet Silverado 2014. (Photo: Chevrolet) In some cases, either front seat may display seatback movement. If the vehicle were struck from behind, the head restraint may not meet the requirements of the safety...

October 11, 2013

  • from Auto123

    I wasn't really familiar with the Chevrolet Equinox before I recently got the opportunity to spend a week behind the wheel. My current lifestyle doesn't warrant driving such a “big” vehicle, and you have to admit it's not the most distinctive-looking SUV out there. For sure, I was pleasantly surprised with my tester's ride quality and overall comfort levels. On the other hand, I had my fair share of disappointments, especially when it came to modern appeal and fit & finish...
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