Hyundai is counting on the redesigned Sonata to reverse a fall in sales of a model struggling to stand out in a shrinking sedan segment. Canadian sales alone have declined for five consecutive years.
The 2018 redesign of the Hyundai Accent, which made its world debut today at the Canadian International Auto Show, brings the subcompact sedan's styling into line with the brand's other offerings.
Toyota, BMW, Daimler, Honda and Hyundai are joining oil and gas giants including Royal Dutch Shell and Total with plans to invest a combined $14 billion in hydrogen-related products within five years.
Greg Carrasco was tired of what he called “old-school car guys victimizing” customers. So, he eliminated commissions at Thornhill Hyundai near Toronto and pays his sales staff bonuses based on customers' happiness.
November sales were up in Canada for a strong majority of automakers, including double-digit gains by General Motors, Ford, Nissan/Infiniti and Porsche.
Aviva Canada, which sells auto insurance in every province, now offers drivers of AEB-equipped cars a 15-per-cent discount on new policies as well as renewals.
AutoCanada has now purchased two dealerships in Guelph in the last two months.
There's a lot of competition for Canadian consumer attention, which means that automakers are increasingly looking for outside-the-box ways to get their messages across.
The G80 and the G90 replace the current Genesis and Equus models and come with a concierge service program.
Kia dealers that finance deals through Dealertrack's network can submit credit applications through a portal that works with Kia to operate in real-time and provide dealerships with information regarding new vehicle inventory, incentives, aftermarket products and more.
Québec's zero emission vehicle (ZEV) law could come into effect within a matter of weeks, forcing automakers that sell vehicles in the province to offer a percentage of models powered by electricity in accordance with the overall number of vehicles they sell in the province per yearly.
Genesis Motors Canada plans “a hybrid between leveraging our current dealer body and having a program where the OEM sells direct,” says Michael Ricciuto, director of the Genesis Brand and Corporate Strategy.