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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

NewsWorst Car Brands for Initial Quality in 2022 According to J.D. Power
As we reported yesterday, the quality of new vehicles has significantly declined this year according to J.D. Power’s 2022 Initial Quality Study (IQS). In fact, the number of problems reported by owners is the highest in 36 years. Just nine of 33 ranked brands improved in vehicle quality year over …
NewsNo More Gas-Only Volvos in Canada Starting in 2023
Volvo Canada has just released its 2022 Mobility Trend Report, which indicates that 53 percent of Canadians have reduced the amount they drive as a result of current gas prices. What’s more, half of Canadians now expect to buy a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) or electric vehicle (EV) as their next …
ElectricJaguar Reportedly Set to Launch Three Electric SUVs in 2025
Jaguar aims to completely reinvent itself in order to survive in today’s automotive market. In February of last year, the brand announced its intention of going all-electric in 2025 and raising the bar for luxury to Bentley -like levels. Now, British website Autocar has learned that three “jaw-dropping” electric sports …
NewsWatch: McMurtry's Fan Car Sets New Hillclimb Record at Goodwood
McMurtry Automotive is probably not a name you have heard before, but you will now. This high-performance electric car maker based in the U.K. has just made motorsport history by setting a new all-time hillclimb record at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Incredibly, it won the event in its competition …
NewsAuction-Bound, Shelby-Driven Ferrari 410 Sport Could Sell for Crazy Money
Maranello has built several very significant sports racers that started life as Scuderia team cars and later became legendary in American privateer circles, but very few of these can compare to the 1955 Ferrari 410 Sport chassis number 0598 CM. It’s the car that propelled Carroll Shelby to national attention, …
NewsDodge Files to Trademark Tomahawk Name, But What is it For?
Summer is going to be hot and exciting for Dodge and its fans, especially around mid-August. As part of a multi-day event called “Dodge Speed Week” in Pontiac, Michigan, the brand will host three worldwide premieres. These include “current muscle announcements” (possibly a final celebration of the combustion engine), a …
NewsMINI Has a Fun Way of Dealing With Long Delivery Times
Due to a number of problems in the supply chain, automakers have to deal with long delivery times for several of their models, causing plenty of frustration among consumers. Some are offering incentives or alternatives of various kinds to those who would like to get behind the wheel of a …