Articles Written By Chris Chase

2023 Toyota Highlander Gets New Turbocharged Engine
By Chris Chase
May 11, 2022

More torque, more responsiveness

Best EVs to Buy for 2022
By Chris Chase
April 25, 2022

The best electric vehicles on the market, according to AutoTrader.ca experts

The Pros and Cons of Higher Speed Limits
By Chris Chase
April 22, 2022

Ontario is raising the speed limit for parts of its highways – what effects might it have?

Lincoln Star Concept Previews Future EV Models
By Chris Chase
April 21, 2022

A not-that-farfetched EV concept

Best SUVs to Consider in 2022
By Chris Chase
April 14, 2022

In the market for a new SUV or crossover? AutoTrader.ca's experts have you covered.

All-New 2022 Subaru WRX Pricing Announed
By Chris Chase
February 17, 2022

The WRX edges into crossover territory

How to Photograph Your Used Car for Sale
By Chris Chase
February 16, 2022

Good photography can be key to a quick used car sale

Police Spot Hand-Drawn Licence Plate at Impaired Driving Checkpoint
By Chris Chase
February 11, 2022

Licence to lack artistic merit

Leasing vs Financing a Car: What’s the Difference and What’s Best for Me?
By Chris Chase
January 31, 2022

Look beyond the monthly payment

2022 Toyota RAV4 Gets Refreshed Styling, New Hybrid SE Trim Level
By Chris Chase
January 05, 2022

A modest update for a popular crossover

BMW to Add 2 New iX Models, Including M60 with 811 lb-ft of Torque
By Chris Chase
January 05, 2022

Big battery, big torque

Sporty Hyundai Elantra N and Kona N Priced Under $40,000
By Chris Chase
January 03, 2022

New sport models promises big driving N-joyment.

Five Easy Ways to Save on Car Insurance
By Chris Chase
December 16, 2021

A crash course in cutting costs

Level 3 EV Chargers to Be Installed Along Ontario's Hwy 400 and 401
By Chris Chase
December 01, 2021

Summer 2022 road trips get a charge

Canadian Pricing for Refreshed 2022 Volkswagen Jetta and GLI Announced
By Chris Chase
December 01, 2021

VW's entry-level car gets more tech

About Chris Chase

As a child, Chris spent most of his time playing with toy cars in his parents’ basement or making car sounds while riding his bicycle. Now he's an award-winning Algonquin College Journalism grad who has been playing with real cars that make their own noises since the early 2000s.