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Remedy WRG5: Nokian Tyres’ Answer to Ever-Changing Weather Conditions

Remedy WRG5 offers versatile performance in unpredictable weather, emphasizing confidence, performance, and resilience. Distinguished from all-season tires with a three-peak mountain snowflake symbol, indicating superior winter usability. Suitable for EVs and hybrids, featuring low rolling resistance and a range of sizes, enhancing fuel efficiency and versatility. Nokian Tyres introduces the all-new Remedy WRG5, a tire designed to tackle unpredictable...

Home Charger Review : Webasto Go

The Webasto Go is a portable Level 1 and 2 charger. It provides up to 32A of current for quick home charging. This story constitutes a chapter in our comprehensive series, where we critically analyze some of the more popular home charger models currently available for purchase on the Canadian market. Home charging is big business that is only going...

Understanding kWh and kW in Electric Vehicle Charging and Consumption

Porsche Taycan GTS | Photo: Porsche
KWh per 100 kilometres or Le/100 km ratings can help consumers understand costs related to EV use Understanding onboard charging and fast charging kW capabilities can help compare electric vehicles on the basis of how quickly they charge Electric vehicles (EVs) have been experiencing a surge in popularity due to their benefits in environmental sustainability and fuel economy. However,...

Home Chargers Like Electrify Canada’s HomeStation can Change Everything for EV Owners

Reviewing more and more electric vehicles meant I had to buy a home charger. Electrify Canada loaned me a Level 2 Homestation to review. Before long, home chargers will be sold as little more than another home appliance. The day will soon come when home chargers will be purchased in much the same as a refrigerator or television is....

Your Guide to Home Charging for EV Owners in Canada

Introduction to EV Charging Electric Vehicles (EVs) are a rapidly growing in numbers on the Canadian new car market, providing an efficient alternative to traditional gasoline-powered vehicles. One key difference between EVs and traditional vehicles is how they're powered. Obviously, instead of visiting a petrol station, you can charge your EV at home, at work, or at a public charging...

My 2018 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen and Unitronic

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Update: After three weeks of driving the Golf with its new tune, we've noticed a remarkable improvement in fuel consumption. We are still "testing" the performance potential however we've so far calculated a 20+% reduction in fuel consumption. This may not apply to all but we are extremely happy with the purchase so far. Unitronic Performance is based in...

The new 2023 Mercedes-AMG S63 E Performance saves the V8; adds electrification

2023 Mercedes-AMG S63 E Performance 4MATIC+ Photo: Mercedes-Benz
The new S63 gets 791 horsepower and an even more impressive 1,055 lb-ft of torque The full size sedan is capable of a 3,3 seconds sprint to 100 km/h (or 62 mph). Unfortunately, the range in electric mode will be quite limited with less than 30 kilometers. Malaga, Spain - The three-pointed star brand from Stuttgart may be working...

GMC Sierra EV: Interesting, But Not Before 2025

Birmingham, Michigan - The fight has always been fierce in the pickup truck segment, and electrification isn't going to change that. In fact, it's going to become a war, as there will be more fighters than ever to win over consumers. At General Motors, we already know that we'll soon be offering electric versions of familiar models like the Chevrolet...

Valérie Limoges Makes History in the Nissan Sentra Cup

For the first time in Canadian racing history, a female driver has clinched a class title in Canadian road racing. When Quebec’s Valérie Limoges and her Nissan Sentra car #220 crossed the finish line in third at Circuit Mont-Tremblant in the final 40-minute race of the 2022 Nissan Sentra Cup, the 42 points she earned were enough to secure top...

Hyundai Elantra N and Kona N: serious or just showing off?

Hyundai N CTMP
  Many shrugged when Hyundai told us a few years ago that it would launch a performance division named N. Associating the Korean firm's products with sportiness is not as natural as linking the letters AMG to Mercedes-Benz, M to BMW, or RS to Audi. So once the announcement was made, the automotive world moved on. Behind the scenes, however, a...