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Michel Deslauriers

A full-time automotive journalist since 2004, Michel Deslauriers spent several years working for the Auto123.com portal, we he notably occupied the role of Editor-in-chief. He then moved over to TC Media where he collaborated to the launch of AutoGO.ca, before joining the team at The Car Guide in 2015.

His knowledge and his interest for the automotive industry range from earth-scorching muscle cars to earth-friendly electric vehicles.

Most recent articles

NewsThe Car Guide’s 2019 Best Buys: Nissan LEAF
As electric vehicles are gaining in popularity in Canada, we’re seeing a growing number of models arriving on the market through the course of 2019. And many of them offer a driving range approaching that of a conventional vehicle. Every year, The Car Guide’s team publishes its Best Buys in …
Test Drives2019 Honda Insight: Yes, It’s Back4.0/5
As almost every automaker is talking about electrifying its future product lineup, plug-in hybrid and fully electric vehicles will flood the market within the next few years. Consumers will obviously get to recharge their vehicles at home or using public charging stations in order to get from point A to …
Test Drives2019 Ford Fusion Energi: Soon to Be Unplugged4.0/5
It’s sad to see more and more cars leave the market, but customer demand obviously dictates what manufacturers will sell. Ford probably figures that development of a new-generation midsize sedan for America won’t be profitable. The 2019 model year should be the last one for the Fusion, and will be …
NewsThe Car Guide’s 2019 Best Buys: Chrysler Pacifica
Every year, the team of journalists at The Car Guide establishes its Best Buys in all categories of cars and trucks, including the minivan segment. Once again, it’s the Chrysler Pacifica that grabs the Best Buy title in its category. As a family vehicle, the Pacifica shines with room and …
GenevaMercedes-AMG Presents GT R Roadster in Geneva
Quite frankly, the number of trim levels of the Mercedes-AMG GT coupe and roadster is quite puzzling. Some model years, the company offered the base GT along with the GT S, the GT C and the GT R. The next year, only two of these trims were available, at least …
NewsNissan Canada Announces Pricing for the Longer-range LEAF PLUS
Last January, Nissan revealed the LEAF PLUS equipped with a 62-kWh battery, allowing for a maximum driving range of 363 kilometres on a single charge. Up until now, the second-generation LEAF and its 40-kWh battery pack yielded a driving range of up to 243 km. In addition, the LEAF PLUS …
GenevaKoenigsegg Jesko Unveiled in Geneva
Christian von Koenigsegg just lifted the cover off the next project his company will be working on at the Geneva Auto Show. It’s called the Jesko, another hypercar that will replace the stupid-fast Agera RS with even more power, improved performance and a more welcoming cockpit. First of all, the …
GenevaAlfa Romeo Tonale Concept: The Brand’s First PHEV
Italian brand Alfa Romeo has just revealed a new concept SUV at the Geneva Auto Show , and it previews what could be its first plug-in hybrid model. In the summer of 2018, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced that a small SUV would join Alfa Romeo’s lineup—in addition to a full-size …