Articles Written By Brendan McAleer

Lexus LF-FC hints at the future of the LS
By Brendan McAleer
October 28, 2015

Fuel-cell power and new styling touted for Lexus' flagship.

Nissan's IDS concept embraces autonomous driving future
By Brendan McAleer
October 28, 2015

All-electric hatchback features 60kWh battery pack, suite of intelligent driving features.

Mazda unveils RX-Vision Concept, the RX-7 reborn
By Brendan McAleer
October 27, 2015

Sleek coupe concept promises a return to rear-drive, rotary power.

Road Trip: 2015 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagon TDI
By Brendan McAleer
October 19, 2015

A young family with lots of stuff. A long interstate with little to see.

Greatest Racing Liveries of All Time
By Brendan McAleer
October 16, 2015

The colour of speed.

Shopping Guide: Buying at a distance
By Brendan McAleer
October 08, 2015

What do you do when your dream car is an airplane away?

Find of the Week: 1977 Honda Civic Hatchback
By Brendan McAleer
September 29, 2015

Extra ordinary.

Evolution of the Honda Civic
By Brendan McAleer
September 29, 2015

Civic duties.

Gamechangers: Where are they now?
By Brendan McAleer
September 24, 2015

Boom, bust, or fade.

Test Drive: 2016 Ford Escape Titanium
By Brendan McAleer
September 22, 2015

As far as naming a family vehicle goes, Escape is a pretty good moniker.

Evolution of the Lexus RX
By Brendan McAleer
September 21, 2015

Prescription for luxury.

Comparison Test: 2015 Toyota Camry V6 vs 2015 Honda Accord V6
By Brendan McAleer
September 14, 2015

Either one of these bread-and-butter mainstream Japanese sedans could break Magnum PI's Ferrari over its knee and toss it in the trash.

Evolution of the Microcar
By Brendan McAleer
September 11, 2015

All the small things.

First Drive: 2016 Lexus RX 350 and RX 450h
By Brendan McAleer
September 10, 2015

Twenty-five years ago, Lexus balanced a pyramid of champagne glasses atop the hood of an LS400 as it hummed along a dyno at a simulated...

First Drive: 2016 Smart ForTwo
By Brendan McAleer
September 09, 2015

Any attempt to place the Smart ForTwo within a competitive segment is usually based on its small footprint and sub-$20K starting price.

About Brendan McAleer

Brendan McAleer is a Vancouver-based automotive writer, a member of AJAC and a ginger.