At the end of January, a senate committee released a 78-page report detailing its concerns over Canada’s preparedness for the advent of driverless cars. The committee warned that in our current state, we’re not ready for the introduction autonomous vehicles on Canadian roads. Click to learn why, and what the consequences could be.
Our list of the most fuel efficient trucks will help you make the best decision when picking out your next set of wheels. From compact to full-sized, each truck on this list will fit that sweet spot in between utility and fuel efficiency. We’re confident each of these will provide you the power you need to get the tough jobs done. They’ll also be easy on the environment and your wallet.
The 2019 Kia Forte is a big leap forward. With our 2019 Kia Forte preview, you’ll learn about its revamped design (which gives it a sportier, more upscale look), a new IVT transmission system that gives it exceptional fuel economy, a more spacious cabin with finer materials, a killer infotainment system, and more.
Edmonton’s Go Hyundai platform–Go Auto’s Northstar Hyundai, Southtown Hyundai, and Spruce Grove Hyundai–is extremely excited for the launch of the brand new 2018 Hyundai Kona in March. With it, Hyundai enters the rapidly expanding subcompact SUV segment. Competitively priced and sporting an eye-catching design, the Kona is a perfect match for drivers who enjoy the higher … Continued
Set to hit Edmoton’s Norden Volkswagen in late spring/early summer, the highly anticipated Volkswagen Arteon (pronounced Ar-TEE-on) is about to shake things up in a good way.
Conceived as a sportier and more luxurious replacement for the more traditionally austere Passat, this spirited four door sedan will give luxury vehicles like the Audi A5 Sportback, the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe, and the Mercedes-Benz CLA a run for their money. But it only starts around $40,000.