R.I.P. Suzuki - We hardly knew ye
Suzuki, throughout its years in North America, haven’t really had the warmest reception when it came to their cars. Only a few months ago, the company packed up and ceased vehicle sales in the United States, and now, they’re doing the same in Canada. We look back and the company's hits and misses.
100 Years of Aston Martin
Known worldwide as a purveyor of some of the most beautiful performance vehicles money can buy, Aston Martin have built a reputation on delivering a compelling mix of style, speed and comfort.
Looking back at Lincoln
After years of slumping sales, the Lincoln marquee seems to no longer carry the prestige it once did. In an effort to combat this, Lincoln was recently re-introduced as the Lincoln Motor Company.
The star cars of Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth
Heralded as one of the greatest kar kustomizers of all time, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth was, at the very least, profilic. He turned out dozens of fibreglass-bodied customs through the early '60s; a good many were immortalized as Revell model cars.
They still sell those?
When an automobile manufacturer cancels a vehicle, its production comes to an end, but inventory doesn’t disappear into thin air. Consumers know there are newer, fresher products on the way, if not already in showrooms. Thus, old models tend to hang about for a bit.
Canada's car collection
We got an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at Canada's car collection inside the Museum of Science and Technology in Ottawa, where they preserve the cars. The vehicles are kept in a drab warehouse, until they're needed for an exhibit. Currently, that exhibit is called "In Search of the Canadian Car."
75 years of Toyota Motor Co.
In three quarters of a century, Toyota went from Japanese start-up, to being the one of the most ubiquitous automotive brands on Canadian roads. Today Toyota is seen as utilitarian, a practical choice, but it wasn't always so. Here then are the cars that define Toyota in its first 75 years -- according to Toyota, with some additions by us.
110 years of Cadillac
Hard to believe that it's 110 years old, but you don't get to be such an iconic, storied brand without having a bit of history behind you. And few have more history than Cadillac. This is how it all began: