About The Author

Jeremy Sinek

A native of South Africa, his career began in the U.K., where, as road test editor of Motor Magazine, he acquired in expertise in instrumented performance testing. He is the former editor of World of Wheels magazine in Canada. As a freelance he has been widely published in Australia, South Africa and the U.S. as well as Canada. Jeremy holds a B.Sc. Eng. and is a two-time winner and four-time runner up as Canadian Automotive Journalist of the Year.

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Recent Posts

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Which Jaguar is right for you: XE or F-Pace?

XE and F-Pace insert Jaguar solidly into two of the hottest and toughest segments of the luxury car market.

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15 Cars of the Year that shouldn’t have been

Some Car of the Year choices were questionable from the start, while others took years to reveal their fatal flaws, real or imagined.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2017 Cadillac XT5 replaces the aging SRX

Cadillac’s new mid-luxe CUV combines terrific handling and decent performance in a well finished, competitive package at a very reasonable price.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2016 Cadillac CT6 fits big, drives small

The CT6 has the size and presence of full-size alternatives, the agility and fuel economy of a mid-sizer and a price that fits neatly between the two.

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Up close and personal with BMW's i8 hybrid sports car

The BMW i8 is a concoction of performance and fuel economy, charisma and user-friendliness that makes its $150,000 MSRP seem almost a bargain.

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How you fail your driving test every time you drive

Check out these routine driving habits, any one of which would cause failure of a driving test, and ask yourself if you commit any of these errors?

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Quirks and charms of British Car Day in Upper Canada

The show is an orgy of automotive nostalgia for those seduced by the quirky charm of older British cars, oil leaks, Prince-of-Darkness jokes and all.

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DRIVEN: 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT-S Coupe

The AMG GTS is smaller, more-mainstream and relatively less expensive than the SLS it replaces, aimed pretty much at the jugular of the Porsche 911.

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Playtime with Lexus's hot new F-cars

If it's a driver’s car you’re after, be sure to take a look at these surprising Lexus models before you commit to one of the more obvious choices.

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12 choice family vehicles for under $30,000

From subcompacts to midsizers, our choices include hatchbacks and sedans, crossovers, a wagon, a van, a pickup and, just to be provocative, a coupe.

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FIRST DRIVE: Chevrolet throws down gauntlet with lighter Camaro

All the more-for-less goodness flows from Camaro’s adoption of the GM Alpha architecture first seen on the notably featherweight Cadillac ATS.

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FIRST LOOK: Up close and personal with the Mclaren 570S

This new junior McLaren is not a supercar, just a sports car – which means that Porsche had better watch its back.

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ROAD TEST: 2016 Mazda6 GT... with i-ELOOP!

The Mazda6 is a stylish and relatively exclusive mid-size sedan that offers a segment-leading blend of four-cylinder acceleration and fuel economy.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2015 Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost

Ford’s mighty-mite one-litre three-pot works well in the Fiesta, but can it cope in the bigger, heavier Focus?

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Lessons learned in rally school...

TheTeam O'Neill Rally School is also the home base for Canadian driver Andrew Comrie-Picard's championship-winning Ford Fiesta rally car.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2016 Acura ILX

The ILX's pleasing road manners plus levels of standard or available safety and connectivity features justify the claim 'unheard-of at the price'.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2015 Ram Promaster City

These smaller, more fuel-efficient vans are a welcome addition to our urban roadscapes and the Promaster City just might be the class of its class.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2015 Chrysler 300

Big, brash and proudly retro, the Chrysler 300 is the only car in its class that's available with both rear-wheel drive and a V-8 engine.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2015 Dodge Charger lineup

With a V-6 and three V-8 engines and classic rear-wheel-drive handling, the Charger lineup is a multi-layered cake that suits a broad range of tastes.

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FIRST DRIVE: 2015 Subaru Impreza

Don't think of Subaru's Impreza as an expensive small car but rather as a sophisticated and surprisingly affordable all-wheel drive car.

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