Dsouza, Kunal


Metroland Digital, wheels.ca



Way back when he was a kid all Kunal did was talk about cars. Now, much older and maybe a bit wiser, all he still mainly talks about is cars. Somethings never seem to change. Except now he also writes about cars when he isn't talking about them.

Kunal is currently the Content Strategist and Editor for Wheels.ca and Autocatch.com.

Wheels.ca is one of the top Canadian destinations for Car Reviews, News and Classifieds.


Recent Articles:

  1. Review: 2019 BMW M850i xDrive Coupe – WHEELS.ca

    Kunal Dsouza

    The M850i’s bite lives up to its bark with 523 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque generated from an extensively updated 4.4-L twin-turbo V8. That’s more than the Aston Martin Vantage and DB11 make from their Mercedes-AMG sourced eight-pots. It is also the only engine choice you get when you order the 8-Series in North Ameri...

  2. Head to Head: 2019 Mazda3 Sport GT vs. 2019 Honda Civic Touring – WHEELS.ca

    Kunal Dsouza

    For 2019 the Mazda 3 was redesigned from the ground up and enters its third generation. And for the first time ever it can be specified with all-wheel drive. A feature the Civic cannot boast.The 10th generation Civic, first introduced in 2016, gets restyled bumpers and some minor styling tweaks, while the addition of

  3. Review: 2019 Mercedes-Benz G 550 – WHEELS.ca

    Kunal Dsouza

    G-Class sightings today usually take place close to trendy shopping centres, the financial districts of major cities, and the Hamptons. Loved by Hollywood, major league athletes, musicians, and even the Pope, the G has gained star-status today but it wasn’t always in the limelight.

  4. First Drive: 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE – WHEELS.ca

    Kunal Dsouza

    The M-Class was renamed GLE in 2015 and has been completely redesigned for the 2020 model year featuring a host of new technologies that wouldn’t have been out of place on an S-Class launch. While the GLE is not a flagship per se, it's a volume model and an important one for the brand. And with the SUV trend here to st

  5. 10 Things You Should Know About the 2019 Subaru WRX STI – WHEELS.ca

    Kunal Dsouza

    Due to improved and upgraded internals, the new 2019 Subaru WRX STI makes…wait for it… 310 hp. That is a whole 5 hp more than last year. On top of that Subaru says they have revised the third gear ratio for better acceleration. 100 km/h can be achieved in a fleet 4.9 seconds.

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