Wallcraft, Stephanie


driving.ca, wheels.ca, autoTRADER.ca, Automotive News Canada, Supply Professional Magazine, Star Metro Media (Special Sections)


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Stephanie is the current president of AJAC and is a multiple award-winning full-time freelance automotive journalist based in Toronto. Areas of expertise include family vehicles, road trip travel, road safety, industry reporting, and motorsport.


Recent Articles:

  1. A BMW waiting room built for show

    Stephanie Wallcraft


  2. Review: 2020 BMW X3 M Competition – WHEELS.ca

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    For BMW devotees who have been waiting with bated breath for an M that lets them have it all, the 2020 BMW X3 M Competition delivers.

  3. SUV Comparison: 2020 Hyundai Palisade vs. 2020 Ford Explorer

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    Despite divergent opinions, we come together on a winner


  4. How to make women feel as welcome as men at dealerships

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    For one young female apprentice, it took a female car dealer to give her a chance at her dream career

  5. Progress in the automotive biz comes when women give women a shot

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    For one young female apprentice, it took a female car dealer to give her a chance at her dream career

  6. Here’s how Cadillac’s new OLED screens show up crisper than a 4K TV

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    This industry-first technology adds more than a pretty face to the 2021 Escalade

  7. Review: 2020 Hyundai Venue Trend – WHEELS.ca

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    Style will win a lot of people over here, the 2020 Hyundai Venue Trend has a mix of edgy looks, pleasing proportions, and opportunities for individuality.

  8. How does Lexus keep winning so many dependability awards?

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    There are a few reasons, but so much of it just comes down to culture


  9. ‘Ford v. Ferrari’: Prologue to one of Canada’s strongest Le Mans connections

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    The upcoming film covers Part One of a story that came full circle through Markham, Ontario

  10. Shopping for a large SUV? Allow us to do some van-splaining

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    If you’ll be moving a family around, what you really need is a minivan

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