About The Author

David Miller

David has been in the automotive game for seven years. His career started from a business development project with an automotive magazine, eventually turning into an editorial gig that would see him branch out to various reputable newspapers and websites. David's versatility expands beyond just writing car reviews. He has interviewed a wide array of company presidents and executives in the field, can speak on industry trends and loves the odd travel story. He currently is the chair of the Automobile Journalist Association of Canada's (AJAC) EcoRun and is one of the association's Board of Directors.


Recent Posts


16 things that set the new Honda Accord apart from the pack

The all-new 2018 Accord gets new looks, engines, technology and improved fuel economy that help separate it from the rest of the mid-size sedan pack.


We take a fast ride in a Ford GT!

The Ford GT backs up its exotic good looks with track-honed aerodynamics and spectacular performance that leaves a passenger utterly speechless.


What car would your favourite sports team be?

The history, style or sales trends of many vehicles can be considered in parallel to the successes, failures or traditions of many sports teams.


Is Formula E the future of auto racing?

The Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix was the last race in the 2016-17 global series to determine the Formula E constructor's and driver's championship. By David Miller


Why Cadillac Racing is not an oxymoron

Success on the track, with related visibility on television, allows Cadillac to showcase its performance abilities and helps invigorate the brand.


First Drive: New-to-Canada Nissan Qashqai

The Qashqai is a new entry to the subcompact crossover segment, competing with such players as the Honda HR-V, Jeep Renegade and Mazda CX-3.


Volvo bolsters 2018 lineup with new S90 and XC60

The 2018 Volvo XC60 will arrive in Canadian showrooms in the fall starting at $45,900, while the 2018 S90 will be available in the second half of the year.


10 cars to impress your date on Valentine's Day

We’ve put together a list of vehicles to buy, rent or borrow that will 'wow' your date on Valentine's Day.


Move over Prius – here comes the Kia Niro Hybrid!

The Niro is designed to be a regular crossover that happens to be a hybrid, without the gimmicky hybrid features in the Toyota Prius hybrid family.


2018 Kia Rio 5-door makes North American debut in Montreal

Kia has always offered consumers good value for money and that's even more the case for this Rio 5, with its high level of standard equipment.


Honda Civic Type R hot hatch heats up Montreal show

The long-awaited Civic Type R will be available in North American Honda stores for the first time in late spring.


Nissan’s global Qashqai crossover is coming to Canada

Already highly successful in Europe, the Qashqai will also be sold in the U.S. as well but it will be called the Rogue Sport south of the border.


21 all-new cars available in Canada in 2017

Many of the new models making their debuts during auto show season won’t actually arrive for sale for a year or more. These ones will.


Ford GT production begins – in Canada!

Ford has gotten very serious about its performance division which will see a host of new sporty cars by 2020, with the GT at the pinnacle.


The ten most important new-car debuts at the LA Auto Show

Here are our ten picks for the most important cars to make their debut at the 2016 show, particularly from the Canadian market perspective.


BREAKING NEWS: Mazda CX-5 to get a diesel!

At a time when others automakers are shying away from diesel, Mazda is displaying an abundance of confidence in its diesel product and technologies.


Hot new second-generation 2017 Mazda CX-5 revealed at L.A. show

The redesigned, second-generation CX-5 is Mazda’s entry in the compact crossover class, which is the hottest segment in the Canadian market.


Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is Canada’s first hybrid minivan

If you want a hybrid but need a minivan meet the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid; it is the only choice you have.


Can Buick’s Chinese-built Envision succeed in Canada?

The mid-size Envision slots in between the subcompact Encore and the full-size, Enclave, giving Buick small, medium and large crossover to offer.


What you should know about the new Honda Civic Hatchback

After a 17-year hiatus from North America, the Honda Civic hatchback is back, in the same form built in Swindon, UK for the rest of the world.

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