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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 still contributes today to the Not New Review column, a section dedicated to old cars. 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.

Most recent articles

First Drives2018 Buick Regal: Selling Cars to Millennials Ain’t Easy4.0/5
AUSTIN, Texas – Allow me to begin my 2018 Buick Regal first drive review by sharing some interesting facts. Did you know that General Motors’ premium division ranks among the most reliable car brands according to J.D. Power? Yes, it’s true. Also, among GM’s brand portfolio, Buick is the second …
Test Drives2017 BMW i8: a Statement Worth Every Penny4.0/5
We’re quite familiar with the BMW i8 at The Car Guide , and so far, we’ve had mixed opinions. We called it a showcase, were impressed by its technology, and qualified it as a car of the future that’s available now. The i8 is a spectacular machine indeed; and yet, …
NewsThe Lamborghini Urus is Exactly What we Expected from Lamborghini
Alright, here we are guys. This is where our automotive industry has landed. People are turning so much towards sport-utility vehicles that even Lamborghini, the makers of child poster dream machines—destined to do one thing and one thing only, attract attention—will now commercialize its own SUV. At least it wouldn’t …
Los AngelesThe 2019 QX50: An Important Vehicle for Infiniti
Infiniti unveiled its brand-new, midsized SUV just prior to the official opening of the Los Angeles Auto Show. For this luxury brand, the QX50 is a key vehicle in its lineup. The last generation was sporty enough, but it lacked the necessary cargo space, fuel economy and refinement to scoop …
Los AngelesThe Toyota FT-AC Could be the Next FJ Cruiser
LOS ANGELES, California – During the second media day at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show , Toyota offered us a nice surprise. The FT-AC, is half-truck, half-car that, according to the automaker, would allow its occupants to seek adventures and deeper exploration on unbeaten paths while carrying their gear …
Los Angeles2018 Nissan Kicks: The New JUKE?
Nissan has just unveiled an all-new SUV—yes, another one—at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show . It’s the 2018 Nissan Kicks, a subcompact utility vehicle that will be positioned below the Qashqai in the product lineup. According to the brand’s representatives, the Kicks isn’t replacing the JUKE, as it’s an …
NewsThe 2019 Infiniti QX50 will Feature the New VC-Turbo Engine
This week marks the beginning of the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. Like each year, many new products will be unveiled in the city of angels. With the automotive industry currently undergoing important changes, all-new powertrain technologies will be presented. For Infiniti, which will unveil an all-new QX50 crossover, gasoline …