Take Five is a look at five new or upgraded vehicles that are destined for or have recently entered the Canadian market. Here is a sampling of vehicles from Ford, Audi, BMW and Subaru.
Volkswagen's emissions scandal coupled with heavy spending in electric technology and tightening emissions policies on a global scale have possibly put diesel on a slow road to oblivion.
Canadian software company Rapid RTC has formed a new partnership with Volkswagen UK to help the automaker's dealer network generate sales leads.
Volkswagen Group Canada has formed Electrify Canada, a new company that will build an ultra-fast electric vehicle charging network across Canada. Stations are to be operational in the second quarter of 2019.
Ford and Volkswagen have each issued recalls because a number of vehicles are at risk of rolling away, but for different reasons.
It's not coming to the U.S. or Canada, but Volkswagen hopes its T-Cross small crossover will appeal to young families in urban areas almost everywhere else in the world.
Audi Canada is recalling about 3,000 vehicles equipped with certain seats after determining a sensor designed to detect whether the passenger seat is occupied can malfunction.
Volkswagen Canada is recalling a combined 5,585 vehicles from the VW and luxury Audi brand because a problem with their brake systems could lead to crashes.
Looking to capitalize on Toronto's financial district and the arrival of the Urus utility vehicle, Lamborghini has opened a strategically placed store in downtown Toronto.
For people in the market for an electric vehicle in Canada, patience is a virtue. Yearlong waits for delivery are not unusual, and the scarce availability means few are even on lots for test drives.
The diesel emissions scandal is “history” to Volkswagen Canada CEO Daniel Weissland. Now it's his job to help repair the automaker's image in Canada.
Volkswagen Canada is recalling 5,356 Tiguan utility vehicles from the 2018 model year because of incorrectly welded rear shock absorbers.