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Guillaume Rivard

After graduating in Journalism back in 2003, Guillaume Rivard started as a freelance writer for various websites, magazines, and newspapers such as Journal Métro for which he contributed auto-related content. After working for several years at Auto123.com as a translator, writer and finally chief writer, he joined the group of contributors at The Car Guide in 2019, always focused on informing and helping consumers make smart car-buying decisions.

For this young father of two daughters and happy Hyundai Santa Fe owner, the dream garage would consist of a Jaguar F-PACE SVR, Ford F-150 Raptor and Aston Martin Vantage—just to name a few!

Most recent articles

NewsThe Cheapest Supercars Are in Canada, New Study Finds
Just about everyone dreams of owning a supercar, but very few people actually have the means to afford one. The silver lining? Canada is where you can find the cheapest supercars on the planet. This is according to the Global Supercar Index published by British website Compare the Market .
RecallsGM Ordered to Recall 5.9 Millions Vehicles With Faulty Airbags
We still haven’t heard the last of defective Takata airbag inflators. As it turns out, General Motors will now have to recall some 5.9 million vehicles equipped with these devices. The automaker, believing a recall of these vehicles was not warranted based on the factual and scientific record, sent a …
NewsVolkswagen Passat to be Eliminated in 2023
Despite a relatively significant update for 2020, the Volkswagen Passat lacks modern flair and appeal when compared to many rivals, as we quickly found out in our latest test drive. The time, sadly, has come to move on. Well, guess what? That’s exactly what the German automaker is about to …
ElectricGMC Hummer EV SUV, Chevrolet Electric Pickup Make Surprise Cameo
During its presentation at the virtual Barclays Global Automotive Conference on Thursday, General Motors made several important announcements regarding the development of its next-generation electric vehicles. Chairman and CEO Mary Barra was joined by Doug Parks, Executive Vice President of Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain, but a couple …
ElectricGeneral Motors Makes EVs a Priority, Accelerates Plans
General Motors announced on Thursday it will offer 30 all-electric models globally by the end of 2025 and 40 percent of the company’s entries in North America will be battery electric vehicles by that time. To make this a reality, GM will increase its financial commitment to EVs and autonomous …
NewsIs This Actually the New 2022 Kia Sportage?
The current-generation Kia Sportage is four years old and a brand new model is coming for 2022. Similar to its cousin, the Hyundai Tucson , it will receive a complete makeover. And we finally have a preview of what it will look like. Following spy shots of camouflaged prototypes being …