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Mercedes AMG GT C is packed with performance … and goodies

Mercedes AMG GT C is packed with performance … and goodies

If you decide to indulge your boy/girl racer fantasies and want to fling this $150,000-plus baby around a track, it’s ready when you are

Back in the saddle, safely

Back in the saddle, safely

Motorcycle season is upon us again – finally. Here’s what you can do to make your rides stress-free (and accident-free)

Used car review: It’s hip to be square

Used car review: It’s hip to be square

The 2011 Scion xB is utilitarian without being bleak and although it’s aimed at physically active gen-Yers, it’s bound to appeal to anyone who needs to move stuff or people on a regular basis

Switchin’ to glide: manual control a must in self-driving cars

Switchin’ to glide: manual control a must in self-driving cars

The cars of the future will remove the human component, driving more safely and efficiently – until something goes wrong

Toyota’s 2018 RAV4 is easy to get along with

Toyota’s 2018 RAV4 is easy to get along with

In every respect, the RAV4 XLE is a well-equipped, comfortable and safe automobile. It’s a sensible, versatile carry-all that goes about its business quietly and efficiently

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid a pretty attractive package

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid a pretty attractive package

The Hybrid SE delivers a combined rating of 5.1 L/100 km, which is slightly thirstier than the Hybrid LE, for some reason

Driving the 2018 Mercedes-Benz C300 Wagon too much work

Driving the 2018 Mercedes-Benz C300 Wagon too much work

Although the C300 is a treat to drive once underway, it requires far too much input from the driver

2018 Chevrolet Traverse comes with Teen Driver Technology

2018 Chevrolet Traverse comes with Teen Driver Technology

The Traverse has an on-board monitoring system they call “Teen Driver Technology” that can keep tabs on what the younger drivers are up to

Creeping blandification spreading to the Passat

Creeping blandification spreading to the Passat

VW needs to tone down the extras and focus more on building a reliable, fun to drive vehicle with a reasonable price tag

Does the world need another SUV? You bet. The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas

Does the world need another SUV? You bet. The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas

You could easily reach $60,000 (before taxes, etc), if you were add on various extras but don’t bother. This one is just fine the way it is