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Monday 21 November 2022

First Drive: 2023 Kia Niro

This Second-generation crossover keeps it green with three different electrified powertrains.

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Friday 18 November 2022

2023 Toyota Prius: Prime PHEV aims for 50% more electric Kms

Toyota on Wednesday introduced a new generation of its iconic Prius that’s quicker, more efficient, and better-equipped—plus a new version of the Prius Prime plug-in hybrid that does all that and gets a big electric range boost. 

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Thursday 17 November 2022

Kia announces Canadian pricing for 2023 Niro

Kia has announced Canadian pricing for its second-generation 2023 Niro, which will be available in three electric powertrains — all electric (BEV), plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and hybrid electric (HEV), starting at $29,995.

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Wednesday 16 November 2022

Our guide to the new EV models from mainstream and premium brands hitting Canadian roads in Q4 2022

Canadian customers are welcoming long-anticipated arrivals like the Lyriq and soon, the Ariya, while other models may tip over into early 2023.

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Tuesday 15 November 2022

EV charging and carbon credits: How B.C. got it right and the federal government got it wrong

EV charging carbon credit programs offered by the federal and B.C. governments in their clean fuel regulations may look similar, but there are crucial success-defining differences that Canadians should be aware of, writes Maxime Charron.

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