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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

New ModelsToyota Corolla Cross Gets Closer to Landing in Canada
Unveiled in Thailand last summer, the all-new Toyota Corolla Cross is a model that has many people intrigued on this side of the planet. At a time when SUVs and crossovers are all the rage, the Japanese automaker has yet to offer North American customers something that would fill the …
NewsNew BMW 2 Series Coming With More Power, Grip
One year after adding the all-new 2 Series Gran Coupe , BMW is about to introduce the next generation of the “other” 2 Series a.k.a. the original one, available in coupe and cabriolet body styles. Today, the German automaker provided a few juicy details as the car enters the final …
NewsNew Honda Civic Si, Type R to Remain Manual Only
While the next-generation 2022 Honda Civic Sedan will exclusively feature a continuously variable transmission (CVT) for fuel-saving purposes, like many rivals do, the sporty Civic Si and high-performance Civic Type R will please driving enthusiasts by retaining their manual gearbox. In fact, company spokesman Carl Pulley has confirmed that the …
News40 Percent of New Car Buyers are Willing to Pay a Big Markup
Consumers in Canada and the U.S. are paying the price for tighter vehicle stocks resulting from increased demand since the pandemic as well as the ongoing global chip shortage that causes delays and interruptions at many assembly plants. Most are aware of the situation, and it appears nearly half don’t …
NewsAston Martin to Drop Manual Transmission by 2022
Former Aston Martin boss Andy Palmer wished to be the last sports car manufacturer to offer a manual transmission. Well, that won’t be the case. New CEO Tobias Moers, who officially replaced Palmer in August 2020, has just announced that Aston Martin will eliminate the option by 2022. The only …
ElectricHyundai-Kia to Invest $9 Billion to Build EVs in the U.S.
Hyundai Motor Group (HMG), which includes Hyundai and Kia , announced on Thursday a plan to invest $7.4 billion USD ($9 billion CAD) in Uncle Sam’s land by 2025 to produce future electric vehicles , enhance production facilities and further its investments in smart mobility solutions. “This investment demonstrates our …