Posts Tagged: suv

By Jil McIntosh, Driving.ca – Diesel engines have been around for more than a century, but North Americans have never really flocked to it for light-duty use the way Europeans have.  That hasn’t stopped automakers from trying, though, and with its all-new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, GM offers an equally-new diesel. The 1.6 litre four-cylinder turbodiesel… Read more »

By Jil McIntosh, Driving.ca – My Chevy traverse has a rattle in it.  It’s a brand-new vehicle and it shouldn’t have a rattle, but there it is.  Over a rutted road, there’s an annoying, plasticky, nasty rattle that won’t go away.  I touch parts and panels, trying to figure out what’s making the noise.  And… Read more »

By Lesley Wimbush, Driving.ca – Enormous size, stump-pulling power and comfortable trappings used to be enough for fans of these rolling behemoths.  Who knew that a full-size SUV that sprints from 0-to-100 km/h in 5.7 seconds while still maintaining the ability to tow up to 8,400 pounds was what they really wanted? Introduced at the… Read more »

By Peter Bleakney, Driving .ca – Originally launched in 2005, the Cambridge-built Chevrolet Equinox compact crossover became a cash cow for General Motors thanks to the segment’s ascendancy to North America’s vehicle of choice.  The first-gen Equinox found more than 2 million homes, and in Canada it was Chevy’s second-best seller behind the Silverado pickup…. Read more »

By Lesley Wimbush, Driving.ca – We’re more than 3,800 feet above the Pisgah National Forest, where mist envelops the shoulders of the Appalachian Mountains.  Below us lies the Pink Beds Valley, a swath of lush growth tinted by the blush of blooming rhododendrons. We’d been given the option of making our own way across the… Read more »

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