Category: New Technology

Cold weather and winter driving conditions can greatly reduce your fuel economy. Fuel economy statistics from nrcan.gc.ca state that a drop in temperature from 24°C to 7°C can increase fuel cons...Read More

One of the best parts of driving a BMW is the quality and performance that lurks just beneath its refined exterior. But, have you wanted more out of your favourite ride, like maybe more power? Or ...Read More

The kids are headed back to school, stores are filled with Halloween-inspired décor and fall sports are right around the corner. While Pumpkin Spice Lattes haven’t hit the menu quite yet, it’...Read More

One reason countless drivers love their SUVs, like the Toyota Highlander, is the increased cargo space available. If you ever use your Highlander to move something extra-long like a Christmas tree...Read More

Key Points: A limited-edition of the Corolla, which includes an aggressive design with tighter handling. Apex edition is based on the SE and XSE trim levels. Racing-tuned chassis upgrades include ...Read More

Subaru’s Boxer engine has been a key part of its vehicle design since early in the company’s history. While Subaru has become one of the better-known users of the Boxer engine, the idea behind...Read More

Subaru Eyesight was first introduced to the 2013-2014 Legacy and Outback models. Its function is to monitor traffic movement, optimize cruise control, and warn you if you are swerving in your lane...Read More

While Hyundai may be best known for the efficiency and safety of their vehicles, they have been eyeing a new market for a while now: High performance. But Hyundai isn’t just taking normal cars a...Read More

Cruise control is a great tool to have while driving. It allows the driver to set the speed and relax their foot off the gas pedal. Honda even offers Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow...Read More