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Variety is the spice of the 2017 Vancouver International Auto Show

The 97th Annual VIAS features a jet-powered wooden car, a $12-million Ferrari and just about everything imaginable in-between. Words & Photos by Gerry Frechette.

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Autofile rally driver wins $10,000 for women’s charity

The $10,000 donation from Mazda will be made to the Cornerstone Family Violence Prevention Centre in Cobourg, Ontario.

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2017 Geneva Motor Show: The beautiful and the bizarre

More than any other global auto show, Geneva attracts a mesmerizing mix of the beautiful and the bizarre, sometimes in the same car.

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LATEST UPDATE: From the floor of the Detroit Auto Show

Here's what's happening at media days of the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, as it happens.

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Canada's 'Best New' vehicles for 2016 in nine categories.

Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen each had a pair of winners, while General Motors, Honda, Kia, Mazda and Volvo each claimed one win.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2016 Infiniti QX50 quiets the mind, stirs the soul

With a strong focus on styling and handling, the 2016 QX50 is lacking in some basic conveniences we’ve come to expect in a modern luxury vehicle.

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Factory-finished Gulf-liveried Porsche 918s – only in Canada!

Porsche Centre Saskatchewan says these two 918s are the only two “Gulf Livery Period Correct” cars of their kind in the world.

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What you should know about 'certified' used cars?

CPO vehicles are sold by new-vehicle dealerships, whose technicians inspect and refurbish them to standards established by the automaker.

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Camaros now and then

Subtle creases, gentle bulges and an almost fastback profile make the new car appear longer, lower and wider but unmistakably Camaro.

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Left-coasting in a BMW 740Ld xDrive

With just 255 unremarkable horsepower but a more impressive 413 lb-ft of torque, the 740Ld might be the diesel you’ve been waiting for.

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FIRST DRIVE: Honda's mid-engined S660 sports car

Honda is said also to be working on an export version with a more powerful 1.0-litre turbocharged engine rumoured to produce at least 120 horsepower.

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New Caddy V-6 engines pump out V-8 power

Luxury powerplants are moving from big displacement to big power density, in a range of sizes to fit the ever changing definition of premium vehicles.

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2015 Canadian Green Car of the Year finalists revealed

All aspects of a vehicle’s usefulness as well as its minimal footprint on the planet are considered in choosing the Canadian Green Car of the Year.

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Subaru Legacy is Canadian Car of the Year

AJAC's jurors selected the Subaru Legacy and Ford F-150 as the 2015 Canadian Car and Truck/Utility Vehicle of the Year winners respectively.

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GM eyes Indian middle class market

India represents "a great opportunity for Chevrolet" says GM's touring CEO, a good thing since the manufacturer already has already sunk $1 billion

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Pop up with Porsche

The Porsche Brand Pop Up hits New York City for three weeks starting Sept. 15 in the Meatpacking District, with a "modernized record store" experience

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Ford Lighting Lab keeps the sun at bay

Ford's future's so bright, they're sinking lots of times and money into the R & D of fade-resistance.

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Mini celebrates milestones in Oxford

With two million exported and three million on the world's roads, Mini's 13-year-old relaunch is one of the auto sector's great comeback tales.

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Diesel Technology Forum highlights evolution of diesel power

EPA collective calls clean diesel a "national success story" and lauds bringing stakeholders together.

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Honda brings smart technologies to Detroit

Honda will offer a handful of futuristic technologies at the 2014 Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress starting tomorrow in Detroit.

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