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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

News2022 Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing: More Power FTW!
Cadillac is slowly but surely turning things around. After introducing the next-generation Escalade as well as the all-new CT4 and CT5 sedans, the brand is now focusing on performance. Of course, electric vehicles are the future at General Motors, but on Monday night we were presented a real alternative to …
Test Drives2021 Land Rover Defender: The Silver Lining to 20204.5/5
The year 2020 was supposed to be awesome. A number of exciting new models were set to hit the market in the past 12 months including the all-new Land Rover Defender . The British icon was preparing to make a big comeback and set new standards for off-road SUVs, which …
News2022 Ford E-Transit Brings Electrification to Commercial Vans
Ford today introduced the all-new 2022 E-Transit, a fully electric variant of the Transit van. It might be a commercial vehicle first and foremost, but trust us, this is one of the most important reveals of 2020. Why? Just think about all that CO2 emitted by delivery trucks and vans …
NewsNew Acura MDX Prototype is Unveiled, Type S Variant Announced
Acura today unveiled the new MDX Prototype which previews the fourth generation of the popular Acura MDX midsize crossover. As you can see right away, this is not a fancy concept, but rather an advanced development prototype that’s almost production-ready. Read on to find out about some of the highlights.
First Drives2021 Toyota Venza: From Large Camry to Halo Product4.0/5
When the original Toyota Venza hit the market in 2009, crossovers were still a novel concept—literally a cross between a car and an SUV. The Venza was essentially a larger, more versatile Camry . Discontinued after the 2016 model year, it’s back for 2021. Today’s automotive landscape has changed quite …
First Drives2021 GMC Yukon Denali: A Masterpiece in Its Own Right4.5/5
Large SUVs are not made for everybody. They take up a lot of place and they can be extremely tough to park. And yet they are very popular at the moment despite environmental and economic pressures. At General Motors, these highly profitable modern-day mastodons are called Chevrolet Tahoe /Suburban, GMC …