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Check out these highlights on the portion of our website, Porsche introduces its first diesel to the Canadian market with the 2013 Cayenne, bringing with it monster power, brilliant fuel economy and even lower emissions.

Low-profile coupe gains sporty flair

More fine-tuning is needed before performance can shine

Cadillac plans 10 new models in three years

General Motors plans to introduce 10 all-new or redesigned Cadillacs within the next three years, executives said this week.
Sports coupe easy on the wallet

Sports coupe easy on the wallet

Along drought is finally over for sports-car enthusiasts with the introduction of the 2013 Scion FR-S. While a frontengine, rear-wheel sports car is not unique, ones that are light and affordable are increasingly rare.

Dodge Dart - old name, new car

The arrival of the 2013 Dodge Dart at Chrysler dealerships heralds the second product of a marriage between Chrysler and Fiat.

Lower price comes with drawbacks

Electric is smaller than its rivals with less comfort and range

Fastback Marlin built for sporty buyers

American Motors Corp. was formed in 1954 through the amalgamation of the Nash Motor Co. of Kenosha, Wisconsin, and the Hudson Motor Car Co. of Detroit, Michigan.

Customers happier with automakers, index says

Customer satisfaction with major automakers has returned to its highest point in the nearly 20 years of the widely tracked American Customer Satisfaction Index.

Safer roads the goal in U.S. experiement

In a few weeks, about 2,800 cars, trucks and buses will start talking to each other on the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan, in a giant experiment that government officials are hoping will lead to safer roads.

This week on

Check out these highlights on the portion of our website, The battle for the top spot in Canada's pickup truck market is about to get more intense as Dodge rolls out its 2013 Ram. Already the No.