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Jil McIntosh

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Recent authored articles

New Michigan AV test track to have Canadian connections

The chief innovation officer of the American Center for Mobility being built in Ypsilanti, Mich., is Canadian raised and educated, and the facility will be used by Ontario.

Genesis buyers have spoken: 'A refreshing view on car sales'

Hyundai's strategy to launch the Genesis luxury brand without a national network of bricks-and-mortar stores is winning over Canadian customers.

Ford Canada CEO promises a new age for Lincoln

Lincoln is ready to find a new and more youthful audience, says Ford of Canada President Mark Buzzell. Lincoln buyers have traditionally been older, and Buzzell said he is focused on changing that.

Michelin debuts new airless, 3-D printed tire in Montreal

Michelin's president said the company chose Montreal to reveal the eco-friendly, 3-D tire because the city and Quebec are "so ahead in sustainable mobility."

Redesigned Jeep Compass lands in the thick of Canada's CUV craze

Having never offered a compact sedan, Jeep now finds itself well poised in a market that's moving away from them.

McManes Automotive Group back on track in Alberta

South Trail Hyundai in Calgary is the first store in Canada to be built from the ground up entirely to Hyundai's Global Dealership Space Identity

Canadians caught in the VW diesel crossfire

Many Volkswagen dealers are doing good work for their customers in the wake of the diesel-emissions scandal, but the automaker and courts could do more, say some owners of the affected diesels.

Rapidly rising vehicle MSRPs could kill record run

Big year-over-year price hikes for new vehicles — rather than personal household debt — are more likely to end the country's four-year record sales run, warns Scotiabank.

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