2018 Nissan Pathfinder Buyer’s Guide

Starting Price: $32,015 Above average: People space, cargo space, cruising capability and comfort Below Average: Infotainment, cabin charm Consensus: May not rule the segment, but still boasts plenty of buyer appeal   Comfortable, Accommodating and Freshly Updated With revised styling inside and out, more power and new in-cabin tech, the recently updated Nissan Pathfinder…

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2018 Toyota Highlander Buyer’s Guide

Starting Price: $32,025 Above Average: Easy to use, easy to drive, unbeaten track record Below Average: Infotainment features, interior volume Consensus: Hard to go wrong with Highlander   Who Knew Practical and Safe Could Look so Good? Roomy, comfortable, thoughtfully designed and stylish, the Toyota Highlander continues to be a segment benchmark highly regarded…

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2018 Lincoln Navigator First Review

Starting price: $73,250  Max capacity: 8 passengers Engine: Twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6, 450 horsepower Fuel economy: 19 mpg combined (2WD), 18 mpg combined (4WD) Max towing: 8,700 lb Similar: Cadillac Escalade, Lexus LX 570, Infiniti QX80 John Candy got his start like a lot of overweight comedians, with a lot of fat-guy-falling-down-type jokes. But as his career…

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All-new Audi A7 Sportback revealed – Audi’s sleek new tech tour-de-force

 Audi has finally pulled the wraps off its all-new A7 Sportback. Following on from the leaked images of a scale model that we published recently, our first sight of the actual car reveals that it follows the same successful template as its predecessor. Although, at a glance, it looks remarkably similar to…

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Vegas car parts and aftermarket show connects business owners with potential buyers

Canadians roll the dice on business success at SEMAAS VEGAS, Nevada – There are several Canadians taking a gamble here, but they’re not at the slot machines. They’re at the SEMA Show, and they’re hoping to put Canada’s mark on the automotive world. It stands for Specialty Equipment Market Association, and…

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Ride in Fine Comfort: Toyota Fuel-Cell Concept Has 600-Plus Miles of Range

  The luxury sedan of the future will be hydrogen powered and look something like a fish—at least according to Toyota. The company’s latest concept car for the Tokyo auto show is called the Fine-Comfort Ride and is meant to preview a premium sedan that is at once environmentally friendly and spacious, with plush seating…

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