Elliott, Lacey

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Lacey joined Driving Television as the “average consumer” voice. Over the years she has greatly expanded her knowledge and expertise. Lacey has been the spokesperson for Autotrader.ca and has written for several online publications including the Toronto Star’s Wheels.ca. She realizes that most women have different priorities when shopping for a new vehicle and it gives her great satisfaction to be a trusted source of information people can rely on. In summer 2018 she bought her first travel trailer and is looking forward to expanding her knowledge. Test and reviewing the towing capabilities of larger SUVs and trucks. She will be posting videos of her travels on her YouTube channel.

www.drivingtelevision.com
www.wheels.ca,
www.laceyelliott.com

Recent Articles:

  1. He Said/She said: 2019 Toyota RAV4 Trail – WHEELS.ca

    Lacey Elliott

    2019 Toyota RAV4 Trail Review: Toyota hopes that owners of this Trail will be more adventurous and do some off-roading, the RAV4 has actually become kind of cool

  2. Review: 2019 Mercedes-Benz G550 – WHEELS.ca

    Lacey Elliott

    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.

  3. Review: 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander  – WHEELS.ca

    Lacey Elliott

    Review 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander: The Outlander is one of the most affordable seven-seat SUVs on the market,this gas-powered Mitsubishi starts at $29,198.

  4. Driving Innovation Archives | Canadian Car Reviews | Driving Television

    Lacey Elliott

    Nissan Automotive Innovations, new car features and advanced technology.

  5. 2019 Lincoln Nautilus | Canadian Car Reviews | Driving Television

    Lacey Elliott

    Style, comfort and intuitive technologies are yours to discover with the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus

About our members

The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) is an association of professional journalists, writers and photographers whose focus is the automobile and the automotive industry. The majority of our journalists test-drive, and report on, new vehicles on an on-going basis in various media across the country.

We offer our expertise to consumers in a variety of ways so that they may benefit from our journalists' professional experience.

If you have a question about automobiles, we encourage you to read our journalists' articles in newspapers and magazines, listen to their radio programs or watch their television shows all across Canada.

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