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Toyota Corolla Makes for a Great Ride

Canadians spend a lot of time in transit: Between the work commute, driving to the gym or volunteer activities, and visits to family and friends, a good chunk of the week is spent in a car. That’s why it’s crucial that your vehicle be a good fit for you and your lifestyle. Choosing the Toyota Corolla or the Corolla iM hatchback is a...

How to Repack Trailer Wheel Bearings

We show you how to repack trailer wheel bearings to prevent the most common trailer breakdown. This DIY vehicle maintenance trick is an easy and cheap chore that will save you money in the long run. Repacking Trailer Wheel Bearings: Step-by-Step Instructions You know you’re supposed to repack the wheel bearings on your boat, horse or utility trailer. But do you?...

2018 Volvo S60

The Volvo S60 has been around for a while and is due for a replacement soon, but there are still plenty of reasons to consider purchasing one. For one thing, it’s rock solid, as is any other Volvo. For another, it delivers a comfier ride than many one-rung-up luxury sedans. The lineup is broad, ranging from a well-priced and well-equipped base...

2019 BMW M5 Competition

After the mild disappointment of its emotion-lite predecessor, the current BMW M5 marks a welcome return to form for the Motorsport division’s biggest sedan (we’re not even going to pretend that the M760i qualifies as a true M car). But BMW’s model-development program moves to a staccato drumbeat these days, and less than a year after the regular M5 went on...

2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt

It’s up there for a reason. The power, that is. So go ahead and use it. Rev the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt to its 7400-rpm redline or you’ll not be fully indulging the Bullitt experience. Sure, it sounds good at 4000 rpm, chortling out an unmistakable V-8 purr. By 5500—about 1000 rpm past its torque peak—it’s coming on song and...