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After years of collecting Hot Wheels, watching almost every car movie imaginable, and spending three hours studying the pages of Evo magazine, Road & Track and Motorsport for every hour spent studying math, history and science, I decided it was finally time to do something in the car world. With that, I set my sights on journalism and hit the ground running after studying journalism at Centennial College in Toronto. Three years later, here I am, doing road tests of Silverados, AMGs and everything in-between and covering auto shows, motorsport, green car tech and car culture in general. While I like to think like a consumer, finding out what cars mean to people past A to B shuttling is a true passion of mine; I love hearing stories of how people felt when they first got behind the wheel, or when they first came home with their license, ready to hit the open road on their own accord. Now based out of Vancouver, my hometown, I’ll be bringing some of that West Coast je ne sais quoi, not to mention photos from any number of the great locations ‘round here.

2015 Honda Fit first drive: Baby steps

2015 Honda Fit

Before we get started: the ingenious way you can flip, fold and collapse the seats in the 2015 Honda Fit is nothing new. It’s been done previously with Honda’s lil’ Yaris-fighting bulldog—but here’s the thing. As Honda has demonstrated before; with its CR-V, its Odyssey and even its Civic, 2013 mid-cycle refresh notwithstanding: why fix it if it ain’t broke? ...

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2015 Acura TLX: Pressure’s on

Acura TLX review

Middleburg, VA — While on the surface, it may appear that the all-new “Red Carpet Athlete” Acura TLX is replacing two models—the smaller TSX and larger TL—the Acura brass on-hand at the launch event in Middleburg would actually have you believe that the TLX does, in fact, add three new cars to the line-up thanks to a host of engine ...

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