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Car Buying Resources

Best-Selling Minivans in Canada

Minivans have a funny status among Canadians. You either love them or you hate them. But no matter what you think of the minivan, they've proven to not be a flash in the pan. After more than 30 years of family-friendly style, the minivan continues to be the vehicle of choice for many parents.

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Top 10 Selling SUVs in Canada

If you're in the market to buy a SUV or crossover, there's more to consider than just the sticker price: there's auto insurance and fuel efficiency too. See which SUVs are Canada's best-selling and how much you can expect to spend a year in gas.

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Top 10 Trucks in Canada

Last year's best-selling truck was built Ford tough. See what other trucks were tops with Canadians last year, plus how much gas money you'll need in your wallet to run them each year.

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Top 10 Cars in Canada

The year 2018 was another good one for the Honda Civic; for the 21st year in a row, the Civic has come out on top as Canada's best-selling car. Since 1997, the Civic has been, hands down, Canada's favourite car. See what other cars are favoured by Canadians.

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Breaking Bad Habits for Good: Auto Renewing Your Car Insurance

In the world of car insurance, the best time of year for drivers is renewal time. It's the time of year when you can easily switch auto insurance providers, for any reason. Yet many drivers allow their policy to auto renew, which may seem convenient at the time but can end up being a costly mistake.

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Top 10 Most Stolen Vehicles in Canada

This year's list of the most stolen cars in Canada is out. The list, published annually by the IBC, reveals the most stolen cars in Canada. Is your car a favourite target of thieves?

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Ontario's Distracted Driving Penalties Are about to Become a Whole Lot Tougher

Ontario ups the ante on distracted driving as of January 1, 2019. Increased fines, escalating demerit points and driver's licence suspensions are about to become the new reality in the province.

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