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Marc-André Gauthier

Marc-André graduated in both Business Administration and Journalism, while his passion for cars comes from his father and great uncle. He prides himself on covering the auto industry as an unbiased writer and likes to share some history and economics lessons with readers though his car reviews and blogs.

After a two-year stint at The Car Guide from 2015-2017, Marc-André is back and more motivated than ever to build on the success of the website.

Most recent articles

News2020 Dodge Charger GT AWD is Your New Winter-busting Sedan
FCA has just announced a new Dodge Charger GT AWD model for 2020. Similar to the Charger SXT AWD introduced a year ago, the GT AWD boasts sportier looks inspired by high-performance Charger SRT models. Unfortunately, there won’t be a powerful V8 engine under the hood. Rather, you’ll find a …
News2021 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban Make Their Promising Debut
The Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban full-size SUVs have been around for a long time. In fact, the latter originally entered production… 85 years ago! As family haulers, secret service vehicles and the choice of celebrities, these big rigs sell more than 300,000 units annually around the globe. The Arlington, Texas …
First Drives2020 Hyundai Sonata: Awesome… Just Like the Others3.5/5
Hyundai recently invited us to its assembly plant in Alabama, where the Sonata , Elantra and Santa Fe are all built, not to mention the future Santa Cruz pickup. We were introduced to the completely redesigned 2020 Sonata, a finalist for the North American Car of the Year award along …
First Drives2020 Hyundai Venue: The Perfect Fit for the Right Customers4.0/5
Just before our test drive of the all-new 2020 Hyundai Venue, we received a short message from the company’s public relations staff. Basically, they asked us to put ourselves in the customer’s shoes. You see, the Venue is aimed at city-dwelling millennials with a fondness for the latest and hottest …
News2020 Nissan Sentra Makes its Global Debut
Just a few hours before the start of the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, Nissan unveiled the redesigned 2020 Sentra, which will go on sale in February. For the record, the Sentra is Nissan’s most popular model ever in North America. So, what’s new? Fresh Looks and Modern Technologies As …
Test Drives2020 Nissan Titan: $300 Million Later3.5/5
Full-size pickups have never been more popular—and important. If it weren’t for the Ram 1500 , FCA might no longer exist. Without the F-150 , Ford would be in a tough spot. And GM, despite having a strong global presence, needs the Silverado and Sierra for its bottom line. Unsurprisingly, …