Harper, Brian

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National Post, Post Driving, Autovision, Postmedia Newspaper Group

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Retired deputy editor of National Post's Post Driving automotive section, with more than 40 years covering various aspects of the automotive business. Founding member of AJAC. Regular contributor to Driving.ca as well as Postmedia and Sun Media newspapers.

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Recent Articles:

  1. SUV Review: 2020 Mercedes GLE 350

    Brian Harper

    With its buttoned-down formality, Mercedes' redesigned GLE 350 functions best as upscale family transportation

  2. First Drive: 2021 Porsche 718 Boxster, Cayman GTS 4.0

    Brian Harper

    Porsche's GTS sports cars come steeped in grand motorsport history

     

  3. First Drive: 2020 Porsche Macan GTS

    Brian Harper

    Porsche provides yet another reason to get your Speed Racer jollies in the form of a crossover

  4. SUV Review: 2020 Mazda CX-3

    Brian Harper

    As with almost every other Mazda, the CX-3 places a premium on sporty handling

  5. First Look: 2021 Cadillac Escalade

    Brian Harper

    The leading full-size luxury SUV isn't going electric yet, but you can get a diesel for the first time

  6. Car Review: 2020 Mercedes CLA 250

    Brian Harper

    If you're after something a bit more individualistic, resist the urge to get a crossover and scope out the Mercedes-Benz CLA instead

  7. Car Review: 2020 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid

    Brian Harper

    The Honda Clarity is a reasonable solution for buyers wanting to reduce their carbon footprint

  8. Looking Ahead: The luxury SUVs we can’t wait to see in 2020

    Brian Harper

    What does next year have in store for upscale utilities? More luxury, more power and more of them

  9. Car Review: 2020 Toyota Corolla

    Brian Harper

    The redesigned 2020 Corolla is a pragmatic sedan for a broad audience

     

  10. First Drive: 2020 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster

    Brian Harper

    This Aventador is $700K worth of high-tech, in-your-face, blindingly quick outrageousness

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