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Mathieu St-Pierre

Matt picked up his first press car in December of 1998—a beautiful brand new 1999 Mazda Protegé LX. He was promptly rear-ended by a beige Corolla (true story). He immediately accepted the challenge of informing car buyers the world over that there are alternatives to the Corolla. At over 40 million sold so far, it’s clear that he has failed in his endeavour.

Be that as it may, Matt has worked for the Automobile Protection Association (APA) and contributed to Protegez-Vous’ annual car guide, joined Auto123.com in 2004, moved on to Autonet.ca for a brief period of time only to be recalled to Auto123.com.

Today, he contributes to LC Media, EcoloAuto.com, MotorIllustrated.com and other outlets. He’s a standing member of both the Automobile Journalist Association of Canada and International Motor Press Association (IMPA) and manages a fleet of six cars with a total value inferior to that of the damaged Corolla.

Most recent articles

Spotlight on2020 Porsche 911: Off to Germany for the 992 Deep Dive!
The all-new production Porsche 911 has finally been revealed to the world. Barely a few weeks ago, we were all over the Los Angeles Auto Show reporting back to you on all the new cars, trucks, and SUVs. Despite the incredible amount of concepts and glistening new production vehicles, the …
Top 1010 Things you Need to Know About the New 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
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First Drives2019 Hyundai Santa Fe: Standing Out Through Styling4.0/5
KANANASKIS, Alberta – Shopping for a new vehicle? I’ll bet you a shiny Loonie you’re looking at a crossover vehicle. Makes sense, right? Two kids, loads of gear, all kinds of activities—this is life. We’re not all so rich that we can afford two or three cars, so the one …
Spotlight on2019 Hyundai Santa Fe: Loaded, Handsome and Affordable
Hyundai’s timing for the Santa Fe could not have been better. Way back in 2000, they released a generous-sized sport-utility vehicle that, despite being ugly as sin, consumers could not get enough of. I recall a close colleague of mine referring to it as a member of the porcine family.