2024 Ford Ranger Raptor Review: The Value Raptor

It may seem surprising that truck-crazy North America didn’t get the previous generation Ranger Raptor. With pickup truck sales dominating our sales charts for decades, why didn’t Ford release the off-road version of the brand’s mid-size truck on our shores?


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BMW Adds More "M" To The 2025 M5

In keeping with BMW M’s “more is more” strategy, a host of M Performance-branded parts and upgrades are now available for the new 2025 BMW M5.


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EXCLUSIVE: Mazda Trademarks New Logo

Mazda has recently been granted a trademark in Japan for a new corporate logo.


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Toronto’s 5 Best Pizza Slices in 5 Hours in an Alfa Romeo Stelvio QF

The mission was simple: five slices in five hours, care of the four clovers, on my birthday.

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2025 BMW M5 Performance Parts
2024 Ford Ranger Raptor
Toyota Planning For Hydrogen and Hybrid Hypercars

Toyota has revealed plans to race both the current GR010 HYBRID Hypercar and a new hydrogen-powered prototype when the delayed hydrogen regulations for the FIA World Endurance Championship and Le Mans 24 Hours finally kick in come 2028.


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F1 Rumors: Engine Supplier Shake Up and Is Toyota Eyeing a Return?

Welcome back to our weekly F1 segment. This week on The AutoGuide Show podcast, we have Colum Wood and Mike Schlee joining us with the latest rumors and updates from the world of Formula One.

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Porsche Walks Back EV Targets After Big Promises

A few years ago, there was a big PR wave, with automakers coming out and telling the public all sorts of exciting figures, promising to sell X electric vehicles by Y year. They were nice, buzzy headlines that helped drum up consumer interest in EVs. Years later, many automakers are falling short of these big claims as the realities of an emerging market — like ethically sourcing materials, battling high production costs and more — begin to set in. Porsche is the latest.

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NOCO AIR Series Portable Tire Inflators Review

For our younger readers, there was a time when the most convenient way to put air into your tires was by visiting a local gas station and paying $0.25 to use their air compressor. That started giving way in the late 1990s and early 2000s when some companies offered portable tire inflators, but they were typically purchased from your local auto parts store. Even then, they were sold at a bit of a premium, and the average car owner didn't understand the importance of having one. As tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) became more ubiquitous, those same average car owners became more aware of their tire pressure.

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2025 Lexus UX 300h Review: More Than a Numbers Game

In the world of Lexus, 50 is equal to 15. That’s the difference, in horsepower, between last year’s UX 250h and this year’s replacement, the 2025 UX 300h.

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2025 Lexus UX 300h Gallery
10% Of EV Owners Have Been Left Stranded

In total, almost 10% of electric car owners have been left stranded by their EV, but the reason likely isn’t what you expect.

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2025 Honda Civic Si Updated

America's Si now sits closer in content to its Canadian cousin.

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Donald Trump Looks To Cut Federal EV Policy

During his nomination speech at the Republican National Convention, former President Donald Trump said that his changes to EM or elimination of EM Federal electric vehicle policies enacted by President Biden will be “saving the U.S. auto industry from complete obliteration, which is happening right now, and saving U.S. customers thousands and thousands of dollars per car.”

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Upgrading Your Suspension Costs Less Than You Might Think

One of the best things you can do for most vehicles on the road is upgrade the suspension system. By using better suspension, your handling, braking and ride quality all improve. In some cases, your fuel economy gets better, too, because your car stays planted to the road better, giving you airflow around your car. You may think that going to an upgraded suspension system costs a small fortune, but it doesn’t have to. With its EnduraPRO and EnduraPRO Plus systems, TEIN makes it possible to vastly improve your car while making your wallet happy at the same time.

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