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Mercedes-Benz creates a nice new ‘cute ute’
 By Jim Bray  Thursday, January 29, 2015

The small SUV niche is a crowded and popular market these days, with entries from just about every major automotive brand. So if a new kid on the block wants a piece of this luxuriant landscape of lucre, they’d better offer something pretty compelling.

Porsche Macan and Boxster GTS – two new ways to love the marque
 By Jim Bray  Thursday, January 22, 2015

There’s a new Porsche SUV and an upgraded version of the Boxster roadster in town, and both of them are about as great a value as one could hope for from the German maker of premium vehicles.

Chrysler 200 a nice step forward
 By Jim Bray  Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Chrysler 200 has taken a major step forward for 2015, from the relatively bland and uninteresting previous model. The new one is handsome, with an attractive and comfortable interior, and it’s also pretty nice to drive.

Land Rover LR4 offers great views; sound; utility
 By Jim Bray  Thursday, January 15, 2015

The Land Rover seems to be the go to vehicles for those out in the wilds of places like Africa, and you can see the vehicles on display in many documentaries filmed in such far off locales. Serious off roaders, indeed, these vehicles have also gone upmarket in recent years, at least as far as the creature comforts are concerned.





Toyota 4Runner a go anywhere tool
 By Jim Bray  Thursday, January 8, 2015

Arguably one of the first SUV’s to be offered for sale,  Toyota’s 4Runner has gone through many generations of development since then -  but one thing that hasn’t changed is its “body on frame”  construction.

Motoring: Peugeot 308
 By Tim Saunders  Wednesday, January 7, 2015

It takes something pretty special to become the Car of the Year.

Jaguar heads 2014’s class of TechnoFile’s most interesting vehicles
 By Jim Bray  Wednesday, December 17, 2014

It’s hard to find a bad car these days, such is the nature of technological advance in a highly competitive automotive marketplace. That said, some cars are better than others for a particular individual, depending on that person’s personality, budget, taste, etc. and sometimes a vehicle will just rub you the wrong way for whatever reason.

Dodge Journey and Honda CR-V: very different takes on the Crossover theme
 By Jim Bray  Thursday, December 11, 2014

The Dodge Journey and Honda CR-V are both good examples of the SUV/Crossover beast, though executed in very different ways. And after a week with each, I came away thinking that despite the good things about both models, I think I’d look elsewhere were I to be shopping.





Mazda3 Sport continues its winning ways
 By Jim Bray  Thursday, December 4, 2014

Last year’s award-winning Mazda3 enters 2015 mostly unchanged, and that’s just as well because the 2014 version was an outstanding car that needed little work. Heck, I named that car my “TechnoFile Car of the Year” last year.

Road test: Toyota Prius Plug in
 By Tim Saunders  Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Forty per cent of AA call outs are for battery related issues.

Tesla’s cousin, the TOMAHAWK!
 By News on the Net  Tuesday, December 2, 2014

MONTREAL- The Tomahawk is ready to revolutionize the world as the first and only all electric sports car offering an extended range. Where mechanics and software unite and function continuously in perfect unison, creating a new generation of green cars. The much awaited 2 + 2 seater AWD will include the best automotive technologies driving the latest software applications to complement the ecstasy that awaits. Furthermore allowing programs to update and detect or troubleshoot problematic issues in real time.

New Hyundai Sonata smooths its creases and sharpens its image
 By Jim Bray  Friday, November 28, 2014

The “fluidic” design is mostly gone, but what Hyundai has left in its new generation of Sonata is a simpler-looking yet still handsome sedan that, in the company’s tradition, offers a lot for the money.

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