There used to be a CKD kit manufacturing facility in Halifax. Volvo would ship the components over to Halifax for assembly to avoid dreaded Canadian import tariffs on European-built vehicles. »
A mulligan suggests you're actually trying to get the ball in the hole, or - in the case of Honda - make the Civic better.
After driving the Civic Coupe (after the emergency refresh), it felt more like the ball was painted bright yellow while Honda shouted "Look! This is my ball! It's shinier than all the other… »
The Cadillac CTS now has three different engines and soon to be four with the upcoming CTS V sedan. At what point do you ask yourself "is this too much choice?" How do you push the fact the CTS can be efficient but also a balls-to-the-wall luxo-muscle-barge? »
"...test driving in Mexico."
After living in Texas for a year, I know of two Mexicos. One is literal and the other is figurative. Which one do you mean? »
Cabot Trail between Cheticamp and Ingonish Beach in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Easily one of the best roads in the world. Also, trucks don't frequent this stretch, making for some pristine pavement. »
Volvo used to do final assembly in a small facility in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada to skit tariff laws. Now it's a call centre. »
Driving my test route for press cars in rural Nova Scotia, Canada, I came upon this stereotypical yellow school bus which lacked significant length. »
Only during a V8 Supercars race weekend would an Aussie Rules Football match break out in the paddock. »
Either this or Mark Reuss really hates Harrison Ford and the only way we can get a Chevelle is if we beat Indy to death with sticks. »