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  • Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV test bench | You don't change a winning formula

    Mitsubishi gives the impression of resting on its laurels. The renewal of the Outlander PHEV, a few months ago, was structured according to the principle of continuity. On a technical level, at least. Its designers refrain from disturbing too much…

  • Test drive | Honda Pilot: ode to normality

    The seventh generation Honda Pilot is nothing revolutionary, on paper at least. Still supported by a traction platform, it once again draws its energy from a 3.5L V6 without electrical support to move its imposing frame housing three rows of…

  • Ford | How the F-150 Lightning lost its luster

    Last summer, Michael Puglia drove home in what he thought was the coolest vehicle in the world: a brand-new Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck. Large enough to carry his kids and their hockey bags, his F-150 would never need…

  • Chevrolet officially reveals part of the 2024 Equinox EV price range

    The Chevrolet Equinox EV is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated vehicles by many consumers. Initially announced at an attractive price, this SUV offers two types of wheels; the craze will certainly be there. While this newcomer to the electric…

  • Lexus GX test bench | When demand determines supply

    (Tucson, Arizona) Misunderstood in Quebec, the GX nevertheless triumphs elsewhere in the world. In the United States and the Middle East, in particular, where we appreciate this vehicle closely derived from the legendary Land Cruiser Prado. Even if the GX…

  • Everything you need to know about the 2025 Ramcharger REx

    The wave of electrification in the automotive world is affecting everything from cars to full-size pickup trucks. Moreover, the category of full-size electric pickup trucks is preparing to expand with the arrival of new players who will compete with the…

  • Technology | Electric car owners face the bitter cold

    (Chicago) In Chicago, where a cold snap hit in January, charging stations were not a happy place: dead batteries, drivers on edge, long lines in the street. “When it's this cold, cars malfunction, chargers malfunction and people malfunction too,” Uber…

  • Ford to develop more affordable electric vehicles to cut losses

      The crux of the matter among automobile manufacturers is profitability. At the moment, many manufacturers are having difficulty making their electrification operations profitable. This is the case of Ford which, according to Boomberg would lose approximately $28,000 per vehicle…

  • Mazda3 test bench | Return to form

    In its current form, the Mazda3 is no longer quite a youth. And what's more, it belongs to a category that is no longer as popular as it once was. Regardless, its sales have increased by 35% over the last…

  • Honda | The Prologue electric SUV will be cheaper than expected

    Honda has chosen to revise the pricing strategy of its very first fully electric model offered here. The Prologue, a mid-size SUV, will be sold for $59,990, more than $5,000 less than what the brand predicted a few months ago.…

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