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Ford F-150 Lightning offers more power, range than first thought
Typically, automakers tend to overstate the capabilities of their new, upcoming vehicles, but Ford has just announced the numbers it’d promised the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning would deliver have, now that production’s underway, been readjusted to reflect its even-better capabilities.
Behind the wheel of the Kia EV6 and Hyundai Ioniq 5: similarities, differences and what makes each EV tick
The EV6 and Ioniq 5 are two of the most popular EVs to hit the market this year. Electric Autonomy Canada does a head-to-head comparison between the crossovers on performance, charging speeds and driver experience.
2023 Nissan Ariya First Drive Review: A Stylish, Capable Family Hauler
When Nissan first announced that they would soon be bringing an all-electric crossover to market, there weren't any such vehicles available for sale in North America.
Q2 sees major EV players finally hit the Canadian market with Ford, Lucid and Toyota hotly anticipated
Ford F-150 Lightning headlines this quarter, Lucid arrives in Canada and first BEVs for Genesis, Subaru and Toyota are announced in the Q2 EV recap.
More new electric vehicles now eligible for federal EV rebate, but key concerns remain
While Transport Canada’s Earth Day announcement means some higher-priced electric vehicle models, particularly SUVs and pickups, are now eligible for the federal iZEV program, used EVs are still excluded and the rebate is unchanged at $5,000.