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William Clavey

Formerly a technical writer, William has always aspired of one day becoming an automotive journalist. Fed up of occupying jobs that no longer stimulated him, he opened up a blog and started writing about his passion: cars. Over time, his blog, Clavey’s Corner, grew and became recognized across the country by important people in the industry. Over a period of two years, William Clavey has driven over 100 different cars.

He then started writing for Jalopnik, a controversial American car website, where he became known internationally for his humoristic and censor-free writing style. When William was offered the opportunity to work at The Car Guide, he immediately accepted. For him, working with the people that inspired him to get into this profession in the first place is a real honor.

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News2019 Mercedes-AMG A 35: But Will We Get It?
With the all-new Mercedes-Benz A-Class ready to hit Canadian showrooms in early 2019, it would only be fitting if the carmaker also offered a high-performance AMG version. At least, that’s what we hope, because we’re big fans of the AMG CLA 45. And that’s exactly what we should expect from …
Test Drives2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV: Proving a Point4.5/5
Mitsubishi Motors claims its plug-in hybrid compact SUV, the Outlander PHEV, will drive up to 35 km in fully electric mode. The user’s manual says 60, and when we drove it in Vancouver during its launch this winter; we managed to do about 40 km. However, ever since we published …
Spotlight on2019 Cadillac XT4: We're Heading to Seattle to Drive it!
This week, we’ll be on the American west coast, in Seattle, Washington, for the North-American launch of the all-new 2019 Cadillac XT4, the carmaker’s first subcompact SUV. It’s of no surprise that the subcompact SUV segment is one of the most popular ones among North-American consumers, making these vehicles very …
Spotlight on2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter: We're Heading South to Drive it!
When Mercedes-Benz imported its cargo van to the North-American market, little did it know it would be such a sales success. Since then, we’ve seen the Sprinter in different shapes, sizes and colors, even carrying the logos of other brands on its front grille, such as Dodge and Freightliner. Today, …