Ford is partnering with Yakima and working through dealers to offer Canadians 150 parts and accessories for its new midsize pickup, including bed racks, tow hooks and paddleboard carriers. All parts come with a three-year/60,000-kilometre Ford warranty.
Service technology provider Dealer-FX hopes a "new coat of paint" on its signature wiAdvisor product will help win over some Fiat Chrysler Automobiles dealers.
The investment companies say the Johnson Controls battery unit is well positioned to benefit from the growth in demand for advanced batteries, including those used in electric vehicles.
Canada could find itself drawn into the tussle over U.S. emissions standards if a review of current regulation leads to their relaxation.
We know Jeep is building a Wrangler-inspired pickup -- it's just a matter of what it'll be named, what it will look like and when it will show up. Well, the folks at JeepScrambler Forum answered some of those questions.
Ford's national ad campaigns have excluded its sedans for the past few years and the automaker won't be adding any new ads as it exits the sedan segment. But dealers aren't worried.
Among the 25 winners of Automotive News Canada's inaugural Best Dealerships To Work For in Canada, the percentage of women workers ranged from a low of three per cent to a high of 44 per cent.
The North American auto industry will likely lose global market share under the new trilateral trade agreement reached by Canada, Mexico and the United States, warns Scotiabank Economics.
The soft-top, four-seat 2019 BMW M850i xDrive Convertible will launch in Canada in March and start at $131,500.
Japan's carmakers, two of which assemble vehicles in Ontario, see tough challenges in meeting more stringent North American local-content rules. They may have to rethink sourcing of seven key component systems.
In his first interview with Automotive News Canada since moving to Cadillac, Steve Carlisle said GM Canada progressed “quite a way” forward during his four-year tenure as president.
“Trees will not reach the sky...but trees can continue to grow,” says new Porsche Canada CEO Marc Ouayoun. Porsche Canada sold 8,249 cars in 2017, an increase of 17 per cent over 2016. Ouayoun plans to keep growing.