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Something Different: The Montreal Motorcycle show
I’ll be honest, I’m not a big fan of motorcycles. I’m a car guy, I like to have my four wheels on the ground. However, I have to admit, there is a certain charm to motorcycles. In terms of engineering, … Continue reading
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The Hire is back! Or how to make a good advert
How do you make a good advertisement for a car? GM would make you beleive they can sell you a car by showing some “real” people being excited, because their pickup has a couple more horsepower than its rival, or its … Continue reading
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Eurokracy. What is it?
So last weekend was the fourth edition of Eurokracy Montreal, at the home of the Bombardier CSeries, Mirabel. What is it? To be brief, it is basically a huge car festival, where people meet-up, talk about European cars, show off … Continue reading
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The 2016 Mini Cooper: Can it still blow the doors off?
We all love the classic Mini Cooper. It was a true icon, transcending classes, countries and taste. Designed as a means to get Britain motoring after the war, it went on to define a generation, and more so. A few … Continue reading
Posted in Car reviews Tagged 2016, 3 cylinder, 500, abarth, bmw, chevrolet, cooper, cruze, Fiat, german, italian job, john cooper works, mini, vw Leave a comment