With a taller ride height and AWD, small crossovers have replaced small sedans and hatchbacks.
If imitation is flattery, buses and planes should have huge egos.
Kicking off just in time for the Family Day long weekend, the Canadian International AutoShow has activities for families of all ages.
Practical and stylish, this is the third year in a row the Telluride has won an AutoTrader Award.
With a big road presence, tons of room, and an extravagant cabin, Jeep’s largest SUV sets the tone for its segment.
With its efficient hybrid powertrain and massive practicality, there’s a lot to like about the family-friendly Sienna.
The best-selling vehicle in the country has yet again raised the bar and offers a diverse array of powertrains along with many clever features that make it work harder for Canadian truck drivers.
The wagon-like Outback dares to be different in a conservative sort of way.
Eight is Great: The EV evolution is underway, but the addictive growl of a V8-powered car is hard to beat.
With F-150 Raptor-like output in a jumbo-sized sport utility, this Expedition makes a statement.
This plug-in trades some practicality for its swoopy looks, but its performance and efficiency is unquestioned.
Brainstorming gone awry or a broken keyboard? You decide.
With an infusion of what used to be called “zoom-zoom,” Mazda manages to emphasize the sport in sport utility.
It could stand to learn some new dance steps, but the Q3’s blend of Teutonic style and typical Audi-grade cabin should win plenty of fans.
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