One of the first subscription services to be offered in Canada comes from Volvo, and is called Care by Volvo. Launched in 2018, the program has been received positively by potential Volvo owners.
Choosing the perfect sedan can be tricky, with so many different options on the market right now.
For those looking for a new daily driver or off-road companion, here is a list of the top 14 SUV brands in Canada for the 2020 model year. What sets these vehicles apart from the rest?
Whether someone is looking for a truck with towing and hauling capacity, off-road capabilities or simply something to drive to the grocery store, there are plenty of options on the market today.
Almost every automaker that sells in Canada has developed a policy of some sort that deals with these unprecedented realities.
Every year, millions of consumers fall victim to lender fraud in some form or another. The fight to find a legitimate lender is a real concern to potential home buyers, students, and other borrowers. But with the abundance of information and resources available, more consumers are obtaining fair financing one legitimate loan at a time.
AutoArriba.com has helped bring the same speed, convenience and peace of mind Canadians expect from auto financing at a traditional retailer to the private sale auto market, and now the company is taking that assurance one step further.
Alternative financing is steadily gaining popularity in Canada, but those offering auto or truck and trailer financing solutions still need to catch up with other online providers, according to the State of Alternative Lending in Canada 2018 study published by Smarter Loans.
Searching for financing and banking products, such as loans, is a breeze for anyone with online access. Borrowers whiz through the process of finding a lender, applying for a loan, approval, and cash-in-hand -sometimes in a 24-hour period. Online lenders are alternative providers of secured and unsecured loans. And they have become stiff competition for…
Vehicle loans are a type of secured credit, meaning the vehicle is collateral to secure payment. Nevertheless, vehicle loans are extremely common in Canada.