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Monday 7 September 2020

Volkswagen shows off all-electric ID.4's production interior

Volkswagen has unveiled the cabin design of its ID.4 in production form, an all-electric crossover that’s going to launch globally, including in Canada.

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Friday 4 September 2020

Were you waiting for our return? And so are we!

That's it, we're back to service! Your loyalty and support have warmed our hearts.

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Friday 4 September 2020

With three-quarters of its funding spent, is Canada’s EV purchase rebate program set for an expansion?

Over $225 million of the program’s three-year $300-million allocation to aid Canadians in buying electric vehicles has been used. Is there more to come?   

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Thursday 3 September 2020

Draft federal plan for clean fuel credit system omits 80 per cent of EV charging

The exclusion in the Clean Fuel Standard means only “network charging” and relatively cleaner liquid fuel services will benefit from credits, missing an opportunity for rebates to invest in EV education and charging infrastructure, critics claim

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Wednesday 2 September 2020

First Drive: 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime

The only thing wrong with Toyota’s new plug-in RAV4 Prime is that, well, you can’t buy one. At least, not if you’re in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, or the Maritimes. Wave all the cash around you want. Call your “friend” at the Toyota dealership. Hell, call the president of Toyota. You ain’t getting a RAV4 Prime this year, and maybe not next year, either.

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