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Michel Deslauriers

A full-time automotive journalist since 2004, Michel Deslauriers spent several years working for the 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, 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.

Tests and Features

All articles by Michel Deslauriers
  1. Test Drives 2020 BMW Z4: Resuming Where it Left Off

    The Z4 roadster is back, fully redesigned and ready for action. It’s more powerful than ever and its performance and handling have been enhanced, in addition to boasting a more luxurious cockpit and new technologies. Simply put, it’s better than ever, but is it too late? See, just when the … Full story

  2. Test Drives 2019 Lexus ES 350: Still the One

    The Lexus ES may not be the brand’s best-selling car in Canada – that title belongs to the Lexus IS – but in is in the United States. By a mile. Needless to say, it’s an important model for the company and it couldn’t mess up the ES’ redesign. Flaunting … Full story

  3. Spotlight on 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport to be Unveiled This Week

    The Car Guide is heading to Chattanooga, Tennessee for the unveiling of Volkswagen’s new midsize SUV. The Atlas Cross Sport is the five-passenger version of the Atlas, which can seat six or seven people. Remember, the Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport Concept was revealed at the 2018 New York Auto Show, … Full story

  4. Test Drives 2019 Nissan Maxima: The Salesman’s Luxury Car

    It’s starting to get dusty up in the full-size sedan segment, as North American consumers are deserting their cars for SUVs. While the automotive manufacturers don’t seem too depressed about it, people who still prefer cars than trucks have less choice than before, and it’s only going to get worse. Full story

  5. Test Drives 2019 Ford Mustang EcoBoost: The Sound of Reason

    When we daydream about owning a Ford Mustang, the soundtrack of our momentary escape from reality involves an octet of pistons singing in unison. Not a quartet. We might be misjudging people, but a Mustang without a V8 engine isn’t an object of desire, and more a compromise for what … Full story