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Should You Buy a 2022 Hyundai Tucson?

2022 Hyundai Tucson
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson starts at $27,899 in Canada before freight and delivery charges. Good comfort, refined ride, roomy cabin. Fuel economy could be better, unexciting to drive, very limited availability of hybrid variants. While it’s easy to conceive a good compact crossover, its popularity isn’t guaranteed as the competition is abundant, and the major players in the segment...

Should you buy a 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4XE?

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2021 Jeep Wrangler 4XE Pros Feels like a Jeep Wrangler Exceptional off-road capability Great performance and better handling The only electrified convertible option on the market 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4XE Cons Poor electric range Terrible fuel consumption when the battery is depleted Complicated ergonomics The 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4XE is a lot of things. Of course, it's Jeep’s first electrified vehicle...

Should You Buy a 2021 Toyota RAV4?

The 2021 Toyota RAV4 has been one of the best-selling vehicles in Canada for quite a while now. Every generation has been carefully refined to become an even better version of itself until it became what it is today: the best RAV4 yet. It's a vehicle that appeals to Canadian families, who have made it their first choice in...

Should You Buy a 2021 Lexus ES?

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The base price for the 2021 ES in Canada is $45,250, $40,000 in the US. The 2022 ES is already on sale and retails for about $1,000 more. The Lexus ES is a rare true-to-form luxury sedan. More often than not, arrogance leads to nothing good. In my experience, the automotive industry partakes in far too much boasting especially...

Should You Buy a 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross?

In Canada the 2022 Corolla Cross starts a smudge below $25k at $24,890; Powered by the 2.0L 4-cyl engine found in the Corolla S, it pushes 169 hp; The Corolla Cross will be available in six different variants, including two FWD and four AWD powertrains. Unveiled earlier this year, the 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross is the newest addition to...

Should You Buy a 2022 Toyota Corolla Hatchback?

Pricing for the Corolla hatchback starts at $21,390 in Canada, $20,815 in the US. The Corolla hatchback is good fun to drive and looks smart. As a compact hatchback, it’s not the most utilitarian. Compact and small hatchbacks were an integral part of my early driving years. During the 2010s, most sadly disappeared but there are still a few...

Should You Buy a 2021 BMW Alpina XB7?

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Pricing for the X7 starts at $102,900 in Canada, $74,900 in the US. The XB7 is priced from $165,900 in Canada, $141,300 in the US. The Alpina XB7 is the most exclusive ultra-luxury SUV in the world. Luxury SUVs are the ultimate status symbol. What’s more, nothing says you’re important than when there are accompanied by at least three...

Should You Buy a 2021 Kia Forte5 GT?

Pricing for the 2021 Kia Forte5 starts at $22,295 in Canada. The Forte5 is not available in the US. The GT trim begins at $25,895 in Canada. The Forte GT sedan begins at $23,490 in the US. Like Hyundai N Line products, the Kia GTs are far more entertaining than expected. The Hyundai Motor Group is slowly but surely...

Should You Buy A 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness?

The Subaru Outback is one of the most praised all-around vehicles in North America because it appeals to so many different types of drivers. It has a roomy interior, good handling, strong off-road capability and a spacious, comfortable cabin with great visibility. For 2022, Subaru’s designers have pushed things even further with the addition of a new trim in the...

Should You Buy a 2021 Lexus LS?

2021 Lexus LS
The 2021 Lexus LS starts at $104,000 in Canada and at $76,000 in the United States, freight and delivery charges excluded. Great cabin comfort, impressive sound insulation, powerful and smooth twin-turbo V6. Uninteresting and costly hybrid variant, declining reliability record, infotainment system still complex to use. When we’re shopping for a large luxury sedan, we’ll immediately think of those...