The original – new every time: The 2021 MINI lineup

The original in the small car premium segment moves to the next stage of its evolution. With an intensive makeover for the MINI 3-door, the MINI 5-door and the MINI Convertible, the British premium automobile manufacturer confirms the position of the three models as the premium providers of driving fun, expressive design and individual style.

B.C. Charging ahead with Electric Vehicle rebates and Charging Infrastructure

“We want to encourage more B.C. businesses, Indigenous Nations, municipalities and regional districts to make the switch to electric vehicles in their fleets,” said Bruce Ralston, Minister of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation. “The new rebates and other supports make it easier for fleet owners to install chargers on site and further our CleanBC goals, as well as the climate change targets of municipalities and businesses, by ensuring workers are behind the wheel of clean-energy vehicles.”


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SCRAP-IT® Launches EV Rebate Program for 2021

In 2021 SCRAP-IT® will provide $6,000 towards the purchase of a new electric vehicle and $3,000 towards the purchase of a used electric vehicle. These rebates, when combined with the CleanBC Go Electric program, could result in a combined reduction of $9,000. Both programs are stackable with any federal program offering. As with prior years, the number of rebates available in 2021 is limited.


As more and more car companies offer fully electric cars (EVs), the choice is ever-widening – with EV SUVs, Crossovers, and even pickups set to enter the market place.  Whereas once you could only choose from a Tesla or a Nissan Leaf, there are EV offerings from a range of automakers. There are many notable advantages of owning an electric vehicle, but in short: They are better for the environment, and electricity can be a renewable resource, while gasoline is not. 

Mercedes-Benz, Canada’s top luxury brand for the 7th consecutive year

Mercedes-Benz Canada and its national dealer network team worked tirelessly throughout 2020 to ensure that every dealership could protect customer and employee health while continuing to deliver the highest standard of service. Despite the challenging circumstances, Canadian customers were excited by the Mercedes-Benz product lineup’s best-in-class technology, exceptional luxury and high performance.

Porsche marks 25-Year milestone with special 718 Boxster model

In keeping with the style of the historic original, the special model combines a Bordeaux leather interior with a red fabric convertible top. The convertible top bears embossed Boxster 25 lettering. Both are also available in black. An interior package in Aluminium, 14-way electrically adjustable sports seats, door sill trims with “Boxster 25″ lettering and the heated GT multifunction sports leather steering wheel are just some of the features on the new model’s extended standard equipment list.

B.C. drivers being led down the road with ICBC rebate

“Premier Horgan promised that all British Columbians would receive their BC Recovery Benefit by Christmas, but more than 300,000 people throughout B.C. are still waiting on their cheques,” Morris added. “This is another example of John Horgan playing politics instead of helping British Columbians during a pandemic.”

McLaren Sabre – A bespoke hypercar driven by customer dreams

The latest project to emerge from McLaren is the Exclusive McLaren Sabre hypercar that showcases the bespoke capabilities of McLaren Special Operations (MSO), The McLaren Sabre, recently made its public debut at McLaren Beverly Hills who will hand over the keys to the first of only 15 customers to take delivery of the Sabre, with each customer having participated in the development process.