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2005 Kia Sedona
Korean manufacturers have made great inroads into the North American market over the past few years
2005 Kia Sportage
One of the first things Kia wants you to know about the new Sportage is that it has nothing in common with its predecessor.
2005 Mazda Tribute
One company that's basking in the sun these days is Mazda, who have been on a bit of a sales binge in the past year or two.
2005 Infiniti QX56
The Infiniti QX56, which shares its platform with the new Nissan Pathfinder Armada, is described by its creators as projecting massive precision.
2005 Pontiac G6
When you're the world's biggest manufacturer of automobiles and trucks, sometimes it takes a little while to make changes.
2005 Toyota Tacoma
Although Toyota doesn't have much to complain about regarding their car sales performance in Canada..they own at least 15 per cent of the market and are currently this country's Number One passenger car's time to kick things up a notch,
2005 Honda Accord Hybrid
According to Jim Miller, vice-president of Honda Canada, his company's biggest challenge with the new Accord Hybrid will be its price tag.
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
We call this unwrapping' the vehicle's overall styling, explains Clyde Ney, Jeep design manager, pointing to the lower side panels and body cladding of the 2005 Grand Cherokee.
2005 Pontiac Pursuit
Despite the fact that they account for the majority of new car sales in Canada (over 50 per cent of the entire market last year), small cars have traditionally gotten short shrift from domestic manufacturers.
2005 Buick Terraza
It's not often auto scribes get the chance to offer advice to the top executive of a car company. Nevertheless, there it was. Michael Grimaldi, president of General Motors Canada, was my riding companion
2005 Hyundai Tucson
For Korean manufacturer, Hyundai, the past few years have been exciting ones. They are now ranked Number Seven, worldwide in total sales, and were just named Number Two overall in initial quality, by J.D. Power.
2005 Smart CDI
In 2002, when DaimlerChrysler imported a couple of Smart cars into Canada for demonstration and display purposes, one of their executives was asked if there was any chance they'd be selling this pint-sized urban runabout in Canada. Absolutely not. Under
2005 Buick Allure
According to Judy Brennan, vehicle line director for the Buick Allure, the oft-maligned floaty Buick is a thing of the past.
2005 Honda Odyssey
When Honda introduced its second generation Odyssey mini-van, in 1999, it was an instant success. Powerful, comfortable, and spacious, it was light-years ahead of its Accord-based predecessor
2005 Ford Escape Hybrid
Mary Ann Wright, Ford's chief engineer for the recently-introduced Escape Hybrid, claims that her company's product is one of only two real hybrid vehicles on the market, the other being the Toyota Prius.
2005 Ford Mustang
When it comes time to redesign an automotive icon, how do you proceed? In a word, carefully.
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