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The top cold-weather goodies to look for on your next new car
For many Canadians, this year’s winter season is certain to have been a reminder about what it's like to lose the feeling in your legs and face, or the desperation of driving home in a snowstorm with an ice-cold steering wheel and foggy windows. But anyone who lives through a real winter knows that the right car can make the cold bearable — and almost enjoyable.
So unless you migrate to Miami in November, take a look at the top cold-weather features to consider for your next new car.
Date 11-04-15 0:14
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