It’s hardly earth shattering news given all the turmoil right now, but it’s time to reveal our Used Vehicle of the Year. With so many households trying to stay healthy and out of debt in an economy roiled by the coronavirus outbreak, a new vehicle is probably among the lowest of your priorities. And even when we’re all back at work again, you might not feel confident signing a big loan to drive a new car. That’s where we come in. We kick the tires on a bunch of late-model cars and trucks every year and pay particular attention to what vehicle owners have to say about their experiences. Reliability is a major factor for many car shoppers, especially when buying second-hand. In determining our pick, we remembered that the most trouble-free automobile sold in Germany in 2017 was the Hyundai i30, according to J.D. Power and Auto Bild magazine. Two-year-old models had the lowest incidence of problems at 72 per 100 vehicles (by comparison hometown favourite Volkswagen ranked 13th on the list of manufacturers). Canadians know the i30 as the Elantra GT, the product of Hyundai’s Design and Technical Centre in Russelsheim, Germany. It helped elevate the Hyundai brand in the minds of skept...