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Gary Grant rides the BMW e-scooter in Jolly Olde England in July 2012. This story was originally published in the print version of the Toronto Star Wheels way back in 2012.
For 2017, Porsche went back to its roots by dropping the flat six in the Boxster/Cayman line-up in favour of a four cylinder layout, just like road and racing cars of old.
After years of stiffing the North American market, Ford has finally brought the hottest of their hot hatches to our shores for 2016.
Guest post by Canadian motorsport photographer Paul H. Gulde. September 17th, 2016 dawned wet and the rain only seemed to increase as the day wore on.
It’s a well known fact that Chrysler is owned by Fiat, saving the company from near certain bankruptcy.
“…It’s going to be slamming banging, you’re gonna see the most exciting racing you’ve ever seen in your life.
One of the most common questions I am asked by new motorsport enthusiasts is “How do I start racing or rallying?
As the oldest consecutively running rally in California, the Gorman Ridge Rally is also the toughest rally in the United States.
A couple of weeks ago I was fortunate to spend some time with a special car that had just been restored by our friends at Legendary Motorcar, a 1966 Ford GT40 Mk1 road car.
The new 2016 Chevy Camaro is being lauded as possibly the best ever, and come this September our neighbors across the Atlantic in the UK, according to a post from www.roadandtrack.com.
Time can certainly pass you by when you’re not paying attention. Case in point is the Acura RDX, which I instantly considered ‘the newer addition to the Acura crossover family.’ The reality is the RDX has been with us since 2007.
that Hyundai announced that 2016 will be the last for the Genesis Coupe after a six year run. Prior to the Genesis, Hyundai had trotted out of string of forgettable ‘sporty’ cars, so when the 2010 Genesis Coupe arrived, it was a dramatic shift for the Korean automaker.
Marking the start of the second half of the Red Bull Global Rallycross season, the series set up camp in Washington D.C.
Since 1980, we’ve been sharing the road with the Maxima. Starting out as a boxy, softly sprung quasi luxury car, the Maxima at the time represented the most expensive and prestigious Japanese automakers offered at the time.
Last year, I got to experience Castrol® EDGE® Virtual Drift with Matt Powers using the Oculus Rift headset.
For 2016, The Sorento has been completely redesigned. Now in its third generation, the Sorento finally hit its stride with the second gen model.
When word got out that Honda was going to build a sporty, two seater hybrid, Honda fans rejoiced. Although the last CR-X was sold in 1991, it has not been forgotten.
When the e-mail came informing me a Dodge Journey would be dropped off for The Garage to review, my first thought was “Oh, I had forgotten about those.” A quick search from The Garage archives show we last looked at a Journey in 2012.