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Convertible Cruising

May 22, 2015

It’s not officially summer until next month, but it sure has felt like it on a number of days over the past few weeks here in the Lower Mainland. One telltale sign that summer is coming is the number of convertibles cruising around our roadways. There’s nothing quite like having the car top rolled back […]

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Vehicles today are typically 30 per cent more fuel efficient than gasoline counterparts By Blair Qualey There was a time when diesels were considered noisy, smelly, dirty and not very efficient vehicles. But thanks to advanced technology and innovation in the automotive industry, diesel vehicles have come a long way in the past decade. Today, […]

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By Blair Qualey Studies have shown that marijuana use can impair a driver’s judgmen and slow reaction time, which can lead to accidents. Getting high and then getting behind the wheel can be a dangerous act A lot of attention has been paid in recent years to the potentially deadly impact of drunk and distracted […]

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I’ve been talking a lot about electric cars recently. That’s because there’s never been a better time to buy one, thanks to the B.C. government’s renewed commitment to the promotion of clean energy vehicle (CEV) use across the province – including rebates of up to $8,250 for qualifying vehicles. We also saw a great deal […]

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Small businesses are the engine of our country’s economy, especially B.C.’s in particular, which has among the highest number of small businesses per capita. In our province, 98 percent of businesses are small businesses – and that includes your local auto dealerships. The New Car Dealers Association of B.C. represents about 360 dealerships around the […]

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The B.C. government has always been very vocal about adopting environmentally friendly transportation. The Province is now putting words to action by renewing the funding for its Clean Energy Vehicle (CEV) program, which offers discounts to consumers buying “green” cars as of April 2015. Consumers can save up to $5,000 off the pre-tax sticker price […]

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Imagine a job in a stable, growing industry where you get to meet new people and help them find a product that will both improve and enrich their quality of life for years to come. A career at a new car dealer offers this, and more. Whether you’re just starting your career, or looking for […]

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NANAIMO DAILY NEWS Students in Vancouver Island University’s Automotive Service Technician program are practising their skills on a new state-of-the-art tire changer, thanks to a generous donation by the New Car Dealers Association of B.C. “It was a unanimous decision by the board to donate the $7,180 John Bean tire changer to VIU,” says John […]

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The 95th annual Vancouver International Auto Show has just wrapped and all of those new makes and models may have you thinking about replacing your current vehicle. For some consumers, buying a new car has many advantages: For example, you get the latest technology, from safety and fuel efficiency to all of those cool gadgets. […]

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VANCOUVER — The Globe and Mail Jeremy Kato British Columbians love expensive vehicles. The 2014 sale of pure luxury vehicles came in 41.2 per cent above the overall Canadian market-share average, according to research by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants. In comparison, pure luxury sales in Ontario, the No. 2 market , came in 20.2 per cent […]

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