Welcome to 車輪薦 / Canadian Auto Review, our online lifestyle magazine filled with automotive test drives, gear reviews, and stunning photographs. We're also the first Canadian automotive website in North America to offer content in both English and Chinese. With over 25 years of journalism experience and as a member of the Automotive Journalist Association of Canada (AJAC), I hope you enjoy our material. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for daily updates! - CHIEF EDITOR
Back to the basics.
Out with the old, and in with the new.
The sweet spot in the F-Type lineup.
Headphones in, volume up. Here is a feral exhaust montage of the insane F-Type, with pops, bangs, and howls from its supercharged V6 engine.
The cult following.
A supercharged rocket with enough British charm to make us to overlook its many shortcomings.
One of the most analog and involving sports cars we’ve driven this year - a refreshing experience in such a digitized world.
The 370Z finally gets a proper exhaust system to make it scream like a race car. Proper. Have a listen here!
Aiming for the sweet spot of performance and comfort.
Is Italian charm enough to win over buyers in this demanding cutthroat segment?
Finally, a full-size three-row SUV from Volkswagen. But is it any good?
Is bigger always better?
The changes for 2018 don’t add much emotional value or appeal, but that doesn’t stop this versatile four-seater coupe from being one of our favourites.
Headphones in, volume up. The pops and bangs that come out of the M Performance Exhaust turn your neighbourhood into a firing range.
We check out BMW's new three-row SUV Concept, the 600-hp M5, and the pop-up shop they've created in the heart of the financial district.
The world’s sexiest Playstation controller.
Headphones in, volume up. While the LC 500h may sound decent from the cabin, the "real" soundtrack from the outside is rather forgettable. Have a listen!
Forget diesels or gasoline, this is the Golf to get.
We get flung around Calabogie in a 650-hp Ford supercar. What's there not to like?
Why we think the M760Li is viable alternative to the Rolls-Royce Ghost.