You must have an Automotive Newssubscription to view the digital edition
Click here to subscribe
Nissan is launching a program to sell or lease used Leaf electric vehicles in Quebec, where they will qualify for the province's $4,000 Drive Electric inventive program if they are originally from out of province.
Honda Canada Inc. says it has sold its two millionth Civic since bringing the model to Canada in 1973. The automaker says the car was sold at a dealership in Winnipeg.
BMW Financial Services is the highest-rated captive lender in J.D. Power's 2017 Canadian Dealer Financing Satisfaction Survey. The Bank of Montreal topped the list of lenders not owned by an automaker.
Volkswagen dealers in Canada are sweating the details to help eligible customers navigate the settlement process for their affected diesel vehicles.
Pfaff Automotive Partners has formed a partnership with Briggs Automotive Co. (BAC) to import the U.K. company's Mono track-day special.
Ballard Power Systems says Kenworth Truck Co. will use its FCveloCity-HD 85-kilowatt fuel cell engine to power a hybrid class 8 truck as part of a two-year demonstration project.
Jerry Chenkin, who joined Honda Canada in 1975, shortly after emigrating from Britain, said he will provide strategic direction for Dilawri Group, the country's largest dealership group.
Pfaff Automotive Partners has acquired two suburban Toronto dealerships, bringing the group's portfolio to 14.
Electra Meccanica, which expects to begin delivering Solo single-seat battery-electric vehicles this spring, is open for business.
Expectations for the Chevrolet Bolt are high so the automaker has to deliver a vehicle that is not only technologically advanced but durable and reliable.
Subaru's market share in Canada has increased to 2.6 per cent from 2.4 per cent in the last 12 months. Analyst Dennis DesRosiers calls the automaker "truly one of the all-stars in our industry."
Canadian fuel-cell pioneer Ballard Power Systems says it has signed a follow-on contract with an unnamed “leading global automotive OEM” that further extends a deal first reached in 2014.
A pothole can damage wheels, tires, steering and suspension or simply knock wheels out of alignment. But there's little information available to help measure the scope of the pothole problem in Canada.
The internet, preferred entry point for the vast majority of vehicle buyers, has turned third-party auto-shopping sites into a fiercely competitive arena.
The erosion of the market for conventional sedans in favour of utility vehicles is hurting the retained value of used models, a study says.
Ballard PowerSystems has never been out of the automotive business completely, but the hydrogen fuel cell pioneer has flown below the radar while growing its revenue base elsewhere.
Ballard Power Systems says it has an $11 million deal to supply 200 of its FCveloCity fuel cell engines to Broad-Ocean Motor Co. of Zhongshan, China.
A poll by Ipsos found 62 per cent of those contacted were either very or somewhat likely to purchase a car or truck within the next two years, an 11-percentage-point jump over last year's poll.
Electra Meccanica, which is building the Solo single-seat three-wheel commuter EV, says it wants to build a racy two-seat electric roadster.
The Vancouver International Auto Show drew a record 115,608 visitors over its six-day run, up 13 per cent from last year's record attendance. Its success is credited to its ability to adapt to a changing market.
Dilawri Group has expanded its presence in Quebec with the acquisition of Cadillac Chevrolet Buick GMC West Island in the Montreal suburb of Dollard-des-Ormeaux.
The introduction of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles (HFCVs) in Canada continues to be stalled by the chicken-and-egg standoff: What comes first, the cars or the refuelling stations?
Two Toyotas have swept the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada's 2017 “green” vehicle awards.
Kia Canada has entered into a multi-year partnership with Special Olympics Canada to support the participation of the intellectually disabled in sports.
The Vancouver International Auto Show falls fairly late on the car-show calendar, but it doesn't mean automakers haven't saved a debut or two for consumers in B.C.
Automotive NewsJobs Board
Get 24/7 access to in-depth, authoritative coverage of the auto industry from a global team of reporters and editors covering the news that's vital to your business.
Sign up today to get the best of Automotive News delivered straight to your email inbox, free of charge. Choose your news – we'll deliver.
Entire contents © Crain Communications, Inc.
Use of editorial content without permission is strictly prohibited. All Rights Reserved.