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2015 Ford F-150 First Drive: The everyday truck

2015 Ford F-150 review

(San Antonio, Texas) – While attending the launch of the 2015 Ford F-150 (the model’s 13th generation), we weren’t surprised to hear over and over again about how durable the truck was (240,000 mile endurance tests, participating in the Baja 1000 off road race, completing it, then driving back to Detroit on a single motor, etc.), how it could tow ...

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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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2015 Nissan Leaf – It may just surprise you

Nissan’s zero-gas, zero-emissions vehicle is certainly unique-looking, and a temptation in its own right. Daily commutes in this 100 percent electric car are blissful due to a smooth and quiet ride, regardless of whether you are driving in the city or on the highway. Owners of the 2015 Nissan Leaf also benefit from ample interior space and features, and of ...

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2014 Ford Fiesta ST – A small car with a big attitude

Ford recently gave new meaning to the Fiesta name with the introduction of its new 2014 ST model. The more performance-oriented version is a totally different ball game, and it is very fun to drive – proof that small cars do not have to be boring. Attractive styling and sporty Recaro seats should also help to seal the deal when ...

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2015 Nissan Micra – What should Canadians expect from a $9,998 car?

Having been discontinued in the early 90s, Nissan’s smallest of car returns to Canada after a 21-year leave of absence. With a base Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $9,998, the 2015 Nissan Micra is now the most affordable new car in the country. Several financing options have also been put in place, making the car even more accessible, and even ...

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