The brand’s first Canadian entry looks competitive but not quite exceptional.
This M-only SUV is the first plug-in from BMW’s performance division.
Diabolically delightful, this Caddy is among the best cars ever built.
Prices are up across the board, with the hybrid-only Touring trim cresting $50,000.
The automaker’s latest small crossover provides a glimpse of what’s to come.
These 48-volt systems are misunderstood and not the type of hybrid you might think they are.
Back and better than before, the HR-V is a competitive offering – but it’s not cheap.
While the suggestion caused quite a stir this spring, it shouldn’t be overlooked.
Simple features that are bound to make everyday life that much easier.
Those looking to maximize the stuff-for-money quotient shouldn’t overlook this gas-electric Sportage.
The GV60 is yet another competitive offering from this burgeoning premium brand; however, it’s not without its flaws.
The Heritage Edition trims are a nod to the original Ford Bronco that was introduced in 1966.
The Tremor package is an off-road lite offering with decent road manners, but the cost of entry can be quite prohibitive.
Packed with practicality and offering decent electric driving range, this plug-in hybrid is worth the wait that comes with it – but not for everyone.
Mini promises a proper crossover is joining the lineup in the not-too-distant future.