Ford Gets a Lyft: Another Autonomous Partnership

October 18th, 2017 by

Last week, Ford announced a partnership with Lyft to help them develop self-driving technology. Wait a Minute Doesn’t Ford already have an autonomous driving technology partner? Yes. Ford has been throwing around money to stay at the front of electric vehicle and self-driving technology. Earlier this year, the blue oval spent $1 billion to acquire…

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The 2018 Focus: There’s More Than One Focus

October 12th, 2017 by

The 2018 Focus The Ford Focus continues to be one of Canada’s favourite sedans. That’s largely a result of its flexibility. Your can get your 2018 Focus in hatchback or sedan formats, with gasoline or electric powertrains, and in 10 different colours. With that much freedom, it’s easy to build the perfect Ford Focus for…

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Manitoba Tough Ep 2 – Brady Smith

October 3rd, 2017 by

Brady Smith To Minnedosa’s Brady Smith, getting 24 stitches on the back of the head is just the cost of doing business. That’s because he’s a championship bull rider. Growing up, he watched his father ride bareback horses in the rodeo, and began working on his own dream. His colleagues may  trample, bruise, and beat…

The 2018 Ford Flex: Still Flexy After All These Years

September 20th, 2017 by

2018 Ford Flex (Starts at $30,376) Spare a moment of silence for the Ford Flex. The squarish, three-row (endearing) weirdo of the Ford family is slated for discontinuation by 2020. Ostensibly, Ford will try to make room in its SUV lineup for the EcoSport and the Bronco. While critics have consistently praised the Flex, it…

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2018 Fusion: Sleek Sedan in a World of Crossovers

September 14th, 2017 by

Left and right, automakers are abandoning their cars and replacing them with small crossovers. Drivers claim they enjoy the cargo space and convenience. But these tall, square boxes lack the aerodynamics and balance of cars. Comparatively, driving a sedan is almost always smoother and more comfortable. Exhibit A: Ford’s 2018 Fusion. The interior hasn’t really…

The Return of the Ford Bronco

September 6th, 2017 by

The Ford Bronco is returning to North America in 2020 Yes, the rugged two-door that rode off into the sunset in the mid-nineties, is returning in 2020. Right now, the F-150 Raptor is the only 100% purpose-built off-road vehicle in Ford’s lineup. And its price (MSRP: $68,399) is prohibitive to most buyers. Undoubtedly, buyers will…

The Best Hot Hatch of 2017

August 29th, 2017 by

For those that have $50,000 dollars to spend on a new vehicle, few think about investing in a mad scientist’s hatchback. And yet, fans of the “hot hatch” are numerous and passionate. And now, they have more choices than ever. The Ford Focus RS, Honda Civic Type R, and Volkswagen Golf R all offer power,…

Ford Fiesta: The Perfect Student Car?

August 22nd, 2017 by

People often wonder, “what’s the best student car?” Well, there are a lot of factors at play. It should be safe, obviously. It should also be affordable because your kid will probably scrape the whole side on a bollard. Finally, it should be stylish because I drove a minivan in high school and it lowered…

100 Years of Ford Trucks

August 15th, 2017 by

Believe it or not, 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of Ford trucks. And for the latter half of that century, the F-Series has been, inarguably, the best in North America. What’s the key to 100 years of success? The Birth of Ford Trucks In 1908, Ford introduced the Model T, perhaps the most significant automobile…

The 2017 Ford Escape: Plan Your Escape

August 10th, 2017 by

The 2017 Escape is Canada’s #1 SUV. Why? It’s probably because Ford Escape owners get flexibility, comfort, and style for unmatched value. The 2017 Escape The difference between the 2017 Escape and its predecessors is striking. The first thing you’ll notice is the revised front fascia with sharp, two-bar grille and hexagonal surround. The headlights…

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