Automotive News Canada’s Greg Layson has three takeaways after spending a few hundred kilometres in the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox.
One of Canada's best-selling pickups is getting redesigned for 2018. The front end of Chevrolet's Silverado, coming next year, looks to have a less rectangular shape than the current generation.
Plug 'n Drive, a not-for-profit organization committed to the widespread adoption of electric vehicles, will soon open the Electric Vehicle Discovery Centre (EVDC) in Toronto's north end.
Nicolas Longpré, brand manager for Chevrolet crossovers and electric vehicles, calls the 2018 Equinox "the most important launch for Chevrolet this year."
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.
The first collectible car of the 2018 model year is the Chevrolet Corvette Carbon 65, a limited-production model that celebrates the sports car's 65th anniversary. Most U.S. and Canadian Chevrolet dealers will never see the car.
In a market gone mad for compact utility vehicles, the Chevrolet Equinox has not kept pace. GM is hoping to fix that with design and production changes for the 2018 model year.
The number of electric-vehicle charging stations in North America is growing, but there aren't many in rural areas and that can leave electric-vehicle pioneers in the backcountry with “range anxiety."
A small corner of Quebec cottage country has quietly become the electric car capital of Canada, driven in part by the unlikely success of a small-town dealership.
Stung by critical feedback in focus groups three years ago, GM decided to go in a different direction with the Chevy Equinox.
Two Toyotas have swept the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada's 2017 “green” vehicle awards.
General Motors of Canada chose to introduce the mid-size 2017 Chevy Colorado ZR2 pickup in Calgary for a reason: It's in the heart of Canada's truck country.