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. William is now a freelancer who collaborates to a wide variety of Canadian and American media outlets. Fluently bilingual in both English and French, he also actively collaborates to Québecois media outlets and has an active presence on Radio-Canada (CBC Radio).
Equipped with a manual transmission, my Daewoo Lanos would be my weapon of choice against Chevy Cavaliers and Nissan Sentras. And to my astonishment, that little thing did quite well!
After Clavey compares the 2021 Honda Clarity to Robocop's helmet, he admits that it's a darn good plug-in hybrid sedan. Read about it in his latest review.
While the electric vehicle division has a long journey ahead in beating Elon Musk, it does have an edge in one major aspect — build quality.
Ce nouveau Sorento semble être sur la bonne voie pour devenir le leader de sa catégorie.
Clavey drives the 2021 Polestar 2 and admits that the entire Polestar brand has what it takes to take on the entire Tesla brand.
What’s more, the M440i is equipped with a 48-volt mild hybrid system that contributes to adding 11 horsepower to the engine, as it’s building boost. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is therefore claimed by BMW in just under four seconds, which is downright mind-blowing for this category of cars. Remember, this isn’t even the M4 yet.
It’ll definitely be interesting to see how this new Grand Cherokee L will fare in a sea of heavy hitters from all corners of the industry
Clavey isn't sure about the grille on the 2021 BMW M440i, but he admits that the car remains an impressive luxury sports coupe.