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February 25, 2021

 

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Saskatoon dreamin’: What does a car truly made for all of Canada’s winters look like?
 

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  Saskatoon dreamin’: What does a car truly made for all of Canada’s winters look like?
 

Doug Firby

As much as having “world cars” – built on common platforms for markets everywhere – makes economic sense, there is one big drawback: None is designed specifically for the extremes of Canada.
 
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Canada’s less restrictive grey market can turn some collector cars into investment windfalls
 

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An explanation of turbochargers and superchargers to prepare for your next conversation with your mechanic
 

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