Harper, Brian


National Post, Post Driving, Postmedia Newspaper Group



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.


Articles récents:

  1. Tale of the Tape: 2021 Toyota Camry Hybrid vs. 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid

    Brian Harper

    We crunch the numbers between two highly respected and fuel-efficient midsize sedans from two highly respected automakers

  2. SUV Review: 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 4Matic

    Brian Harper

    Compact-sized upscale crossover can seat seven — sort of


  3. SUV Review: 2021 Mini Cooper S Countryman

    Brian Harper

    Mini's subcompact crossover has its own particular charms, with a pronounced fun-to-drive quotient

  4. Tale of the Tape: 2021 Genesis GV80 vs 2021 Lincoln Aviator

    Brian Harper

    We compare American apple pie to Korean nabak kimchi


  5. SUV Comparison: 2020 Acura RDX A-Spec vs. 2020 Ford Edge ST

    Brian Harper

    Can't fit your family into the hot hatch anymore, but want to keep driving something sporty? You have options

  6. SUV Review: 2020 Volvo XC60 T8

    Brian Harper

    In T8 Inscription flavour, the Volvo XC60 has an ambience that calms the senses

  7. SUV Review: 2021 Kia Soul EV Limited

    Brian Harper

    Kia's electrified Soul makes EV ownership a far less improbable proposition

  8. Tale of the Tape: 2021 Ford Expedition vs. 2021 GMC Yukon

    Brian Harper


  9. First Look: 2022 BMW iX

    Brian Harper

    The “new technology flagship” sport-ute will come with a long list of innovations and more than 500 km of range

  10. Audi ups its traction game with newest electric quattro system

    Brian Harper

    Added electric motor helps E-tron S crossover send more than 700 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels


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