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Found this great, very detailed and honest review of the 2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV by the guys at @TheStraightPipes.
With a range of 383 km, 200 horsepower and 266 foot pounds of instant torque, the performance of this electric car is incredible.
If you haven’t driven a Bolt EV yet, give me a call. You’ll be impressed and downright amazed by what it has to offer!

GM Announces Closure of Oshawa, Ont Plant

Will Also Discontinue 6 Sedans Including Chevy Volt Hybrid

With the announcement of the closing of the Oshawa Ontario factory and four additional factories across the United States, one would think that would be enough news for the automotive world.
Unfortunately for fans of sedans developed under the various GM brands, the news didn’t stop there.

Strategy Magazine is the premier magazine for Canada’s national marketing community. They know what goes into top quality advertising, campaigns, events and products.
For them to acknowledge the work and effort that has gone into making the Chevrolet brand relevant and meaningful to Canadians is a huge accomplishment.

Major Closures Coming For Vancouver

1st Avenue from Nanaimo to Clark to be closed July & August

FortisBC and the City of Vancouver want you to know about a major upcoming project that will affect traffic through several months starting in later this month. In order to replace a gas line along First Avenue, a large section of the street will be completely closed into the summer months.

On March 1st, GM revealed the all new, redesigned 2019 GMC Sierra. There were a great many improvements and innovations made which I’ll get into in future posts, but one that stood out to me was the MultiPro tailgate.

While spring is around the corner, the fact is for electric vehicle owners, current and future, winter and battery range are critical considerations.

An excellent article written by Jason Tchir was just posted on TheGlobeAndMail.com specifically addressing this.

In it, he spoke with Bruce Sharpe, president of the Vancouver Electrical Vehicle Association who

Vancouver, which already has the largest public charging network in the province, is looking to move ahead with a Bylaw Amendment to require all new condo development parking spots to be equipped for vehicle charging. The Bylaw would exclude visitor parking spots.

Mayor Gregor Robinson told the Vancouver Sun that their goal is to be 100% renewably powered by 2050 and that the city won’t be able to do it without providing the infrastructure people will need.

This is good news for existing and future customers that will be driving electric and plug in hybrid vehicles (PHEV) like the Chevrolet Volt and the 2018 Chevrolet Bolt among others.

Original Article: Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Council Staff Report

 

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There has been a lot of changes over the last several months both personally and professionally. As of last month I am now selling out of Carter GM in Burnaby, a location that has been around for over 53 years and which gives me access to over 600 vehicles through the Carter Auto Group.

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