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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

NewsIIHS Announces Top Safety Pick Award Winners for 2021
A clear sign that automakers are making significant improvements in terms of safety, 49 different models have earned a 2021 Top Safety Pick+ award from the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), up from just 22 last year. Adding the 41 other models identified as a 2021 Top Safety …
Hybrid/Plug-in Hybrid2021 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Gets Minor Range Boost
One week after introducing the all-new 2022 Outlander , Mitsubishi is announcing the technical changes it made to the plug-in hybrid variant… for the 2021 model year. That’s right: as previously reported, the Outlander PHEV will continue in its current shape and form for a little while. The upgraded powertrain …
New Models2022 Kia Carnival is Here to Bust Myths About Minivans
The all-new 2022 Kia Carnival is ready to hit North America as a replacement for the Sedona . It’s not marketed as a new minivan, though, but rather as the brand’s first, self-titled “Life Utility Vehicle” (LUV). Because, you know, minivans are out and SUVs are in. The Carnival is …
New Models2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Debuts With Spectacular Interior
The sixth-generation (W206) Mercedes-Benz C-Class made its global debut today in sedan and wagon configurations. Completely redesigned and improved, this best-selling compact luxury car should be able to widen the gap that its domestic rivals managed to close in the past couple of years. Unsurprisingly, much of the design and …
NewsJeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee May Have to Change Names Soon
It’s hard to imagine Jeep without the Grand Cherokee and, to a lesser extent, the smaller Cherokee . But that’s what might happen if political correctness forces the company to find replacements. At least for their names. According to Chuck Hoskin, Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, it’s time …
ElectricID.5 Confirmed as Third Electric Vehicle From Volkswagen
After the ID.3 hatchback (which we don’t have here) and the ID.4 compact SUV (on sale this summer), Volkswagen ’s next electric vehicle will be the ID.5, a coupe variant of the ID.4 and a closer copy of the ID. CROZZ concept pictured above. The German automaker confirmed the news …
New Models2021 Karma GS-6 Introduced as Cheaper Revero
The Karma Revero GT is getting a twin. The small Californian automaker born from the ashes of Fisker Automotive (and now owned by China’s Wanxiang) has announced a new evolution which is really the same vehicle under a different name: GS-6. Why the change? Karma says it wants to make …
NewsIs the Future Ram Dakota Really Dead Already?
The plan to resurrect the Dodge/Ram Dakota as a smaller sibling of the Ram 1500 has been cancelled according to sources within Stellantis. Curiously, the report comes from GM Authority . Other U.S. media outlets have shared the news, but no other details have been provided, so take it for …