by Clare Dear -
February 14, 2017
Depreciation is the single largest expense of owning a vehicle, which makes value retention hugely important in selecting what model to buy.
Power's 2015 Vehicle Dependability Study ranked 31 2012-model-year car or truck brands according to the number of problems owners experienced.
Vehicle quality is said to be improving but J.D. Power’s dependability study recently recorded a decline in three-year durability for the first time.
We’ve highlighted 10 of the most reliable used vehicles we’ve come across in the past year, based on the testimonials of those who own them.
Reliability is an especially important factor when buying used and these ten have proven their mettle in customers' hands.
Many Canadians have a love-hate – no, scratch that – a hate-hate relationship with winter. They despise the cold temperatures and they loathe how the white stuff impedes their ability to get around.
Low mileage and pristine condition were priorities so the scope of my search expanded to the American south where rust was only a word.
Hyundai’s all-new Ioniq comes in hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fully-electric flavours
The Bolt is a real, practical, fun-to-drive car with a few welcome surprises
Nissan’s compact Sentra gets a turbo boost and a big dose of sportiness