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Audi Canada CEO Martin Sander showed off the German brand’s new four-door flagship in Toronto by highlighting the increased use of lightweight aluminum, which helps make the A8 one of the lightest and therefore sportiest full-size luxury sedans, as well as significantly more fuel-efficient than its predecessor. Continue reading
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Let’s start with a disclaimer. Some of us at AutoTrader.ca love motorcycles just as much as we love cars. If motorcycles are anywhere in our presence we will inevitably gravitate to them. Continue reading
Tagged Auto Show, BMW, Buell, Canadian International Auto Show, Car show, CIAS, ducati, Harley-davidson, Honda, Mike Goetz, Photo: Isaac Adams-Hands, Toronto
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Toronto might not have hosted the World premiere of the 2010 BMW Z4 roadster, but the Toronto International Auto Show is this cars Canadian debut. This two-seat roadster will be available in Canada with two engine options, a normally-aspirated 3.0-liter, straight six which produces 255hp (sDrive30i), or a twin-turbo variant of that engine which produces 300hp (sDrive35i). Continue reading
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Well, there will be one more squared off vehicle in the market — the Nissan Cube. It made its Canadian debut at Toronto, and should be in Canadian delaerships this spring. And you didn’t have to search far to see more square. Here’s our favorite right-angled rides on evidence at this year’s Toronto show… Continue reading
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Like any auto industry, Canada’s is struggling to adapt to the massive structural changes going on worldwide in the business and manufacture of the automobile. Let’s hope we come out of the other end of this restructuring as winners and innovators. And why shouldn’t we? Continue reading
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One of the main attractions for many to go to an auto show, is to see concept cars. Quite often, concept cars give an insight into what we might be driving in a few years time. However, just like cars you can buy, not all of them are good. So here is a look at the ‘Good’, the ‘Bad’ and the ‘Crazy’ concepts from this years Canadian International Auto Show (CIAS) Continue reading
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It was the Sixties. Muscle cars and American V8 power ruled over North America and Japanese manufacturers were still bit players. Nissan was called Datsun on this continent at the time and in 1969, it launched an all-new sports car as a 1970 model. Continue reading
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Does this cube design thing have legs? Should we be scared? Will box-like devices multiply, and then rise up, and in a show of force, destroy all aerodynamic vehicles? For answers to these questions we asked automotive design expert, Michael Pistol. He calmed our fears. Continue reading
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Minivanʼs are often considered ʽuncoolʼ, hence the reason many manufacturers have dumped the minivan from their line-up and replaced them with large cross-overs. Continue reading
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The Toronto International Auto Show got to have a world premiere for the first time, as the Nissan NV2500 Concept made its first public debut in Toronto. Continue reading