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The base model 2019 Lexus ES 350 with an internal-combustion engine will start at $47,075 and have three trim levels available, topping out at $61,575, shipping included, for the ultra luxury package.
The automaker said Monday the vehicle's starting price will be $25,490, shipping included. That's about $1,000 less than the initial base price of the 2018 model, originally unveiled back in April 2017.
Starting in September, the 15-passenger NAVYA shuttle, which has a top speed of 25 km/h, will follow a two-kilometre route that includes stops at Candiac City Hall, a bus terminal and various businesses.
If you're looking for someone or something to blame for a decline in Canadian new-vehicle sales in July, look no further than FCA, say Scotiabank Economics and the numbers themselves.
New-vehicle sales in Canada fell for the fifth straight month in July, down 3.2 per cent over the same month last year. After a hot start to 2018, sales year-to-date are down 0.
Former FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is being remembered in Canada as a man who gave his dealers confidence and hope during a time of great uncertainty. In Windsor, Ont., flags were ordered to half staff.
A roundtable about the impact U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs are having on the Canadian auto industry drew a standing-room-only crowd Wednesday in Windsor, Ont.
The Province of Ontario has laid out its plan to wind down the Electric and Hydrogen Vehicle Incentive Program, and it allows dealers and consumers to collect the rebate throughout the summer.
The Canadian Automobile Dealer Association says the average cost of a new vehicle would spike by as much as $9,000 if Canada retaliates against a 25 per cent auto import tariff in the United States.
AutoCanada Inc., the country's largest publicly traded auto dealership group, has named Michael Rawluk president and parted ways with Mark Warsaba. Steve Landry remains CEO of the company.
Mitsubishi Canada's 93 dealerships will undergo renovations as part of the parent company's global strategy, even though some Canadian stores already complied with a similar program as recently as November 2017.
Canada would lose almost half of its auto assembly production if the United States slaps imported light duty vehicles with a 25-per-cent tariff, according to a new report by CIBC.
Canadian new vehicles sales fell for the fourth consecutive month in June, down 1.6 per cent compared to last year,. The head of the Global Automakers of Canada says sales were strong but now face headwinds.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford made good on a campaign promise to cancel the province's cap-and-trade program — and with it, “all programs funded out of cap-and-trade carbon tax revenues.
General Motors Canada President Travis Hester has laid out his plan for the company. It includes building on Canada's “rich research and development ecosystem” and supporting manufacturing in Ontario.
Byton, a Chinese EV startup that wants to sell cars in the North American market, will feature BlackBerry QNX technology, the two companies said in a joint statement Thursday.
Ontario Premier-designate Doug Ford and the Progressive Conservatives are preparing to end the province's generous ZEV rebate program, according to a report in the Toronto Star.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystria Freeland insists Canada has a plan to combat U.S. auto tariffs should its neighbour subject light duty vehicles to a 25 per cent import tax, but she isn't divulging details.
If we closely read the tea leaves and review some recent history, it appears the program that provides Ontarians rebates worth up to $14,000 on certain green vehicles could be in jeopardy.
The first of six planned, publicly available hydrogen refuelling stations is now open in British Columbia, much to the delight of Hyundai, Honda and Toyota, which have plans to sell hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles in Canada.
You have to give all levels of government in Quebec credit; they're certainly trying to force the demand for electric vehicles and help automakers meet a government-mandated annual sales quota.
Quebec City's first hydrogen refuelling station is expected to be fully operational by the spring of 2019 -- a move Toyota Canada says will boost sales of its fuel cell Mirai in that province.
General Motors Canada will soon have two shifts producing pickups at its Oshawa, Ont., facility, a union official says. The automaker confirms production is "ramping up" to meet market demand.
Canadian automotive executives are assessing U.S President Donald Trump's latest threats and Twitter tirade directed at the Canadian auto industry.
Ford Canada will allow publicly traded companies to own dealerships, reversing a long-standing policy and paving the way for AutoCanada Inc. to start buying stores, should the group so choose.
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