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Porsche Canada expects Cayenne plug-in hybrid to be vehicle’s volume seller

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Porsche Cars Canada projects the the plug-in hybrid version of its recently launched third-generation Cayenne SUV will be the vehicle’s volume seller — ahead of both the entry-level trim and the mid-level S trim. “We’ve seen with the latest Panamera a significant shift away from the entry-level trim and into the plug-in hybrid,” Jonathan Thomson,…

Mitsubishi pads Canadian crossover lineup with Eclipse Cross

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Mitsubishi will kick off its long-promised product revival with a new compact crossover dubbed the Eclipse Cross, slated to hit the Canadian and U.S. markets in 2018. “I am pleased to confirm the Eclipse Cross will join the Canadian lineup,” Mitsubishi Canada spokesman John Arnone said. More details about the Canadian arrival will be revealed…

Infiniti peels off a BMW X4 fighter

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Infiniti will elbow its way into the crowd of German-dominated sporty premium crossovers with a coupe version of its compact crossover QX50. The QX55, which will arrive in dealerships next summer, will let Infiniti go nose-to-nose with the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe and BMW X4. Year to date, U.S. sales of luxury crossover coupes are up…

Hyundai Canada killing the Accent hatchback after 2020

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Hyundai Canada will no longer offer the Accent, choosing to focus on newer models and product that’s in the automaker’s pipeline, the company said in a surprise statement Friday. The entry-level subcompact vehicle was redesigned for the 2018 model and unveiled in September 2017. At the time, there were sedan and hatchback versions available. Hyundai…

GM Canada recalls about 5,000 Chevrolet Malibus for engine stalls

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General Motors Canada is recalling about 5,000 Chevrolet Malibu midsize sedans because their engines might stall or not start due to a software problem. On certain 2018 model-year vehicles equipped with a 1.5-litre turbo engine, a software error in the engine control module may disable the fuel injectors, Transport Canada says on its website. This…

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