Justin Pritchard

Justin Pritchard

Contributor Send a tip For the past 15 years, Justin Pritchard has been an automotive writer, producer, presenter, and host of EastLink TV's Autopilot. His consumer-focused columns, videos and reviews can be found in numerous outlets. Justin is the co-chair of the Canadian Car of the Year Awards, an avid photographer, and an expert on used vehicles and maintenance.

Justin's Recent Reviews

Review: 2020 Honda HR-V

Review: 2020 Honda HR-V
The Honda HR-V is one of your many choices in a small crossover. Like all of those, it has some strengths, weaknesses, features, and functions that could make it the right choice for you. But it depends on what you’re after. Your writer found the HR-V to be a very willing and eager driving partner…

2020 BMW 330i xDrive Review

2020 BMW 330i xDrive Review
For decades, the BMW 3 Series remained the sole luxury sedan that always placed driving dynamics and adrenaline rushes over plush rides and complacent drivers. BMW sticking to its guns gave enthusiasts hope that all was not lost and that you didn’t have to choose between performance and family. That was, until the F30 came along….

2020 Ford Ranger FX4 Review

2020 Ford Ranger FX4 Review
I live in the countryside, way up north. We’ve got plenty of outdoor space, plenty of lakes and cottages and trails, and plenty of roads that are in spectacularly bad shape. 

Justin's Recent News Posts

Top 10 Upcoming EVs of 2020

Top 10 Upcoming EVs of 2020
The Electric Vehicle (EV) market continues to grow—giving the electric-curious among us more to learn about while expanding the range of options available to the in-market shopper. Whether as a primary or secondary vehicle, shoppers now have more choices than ever when they decide to make the switch to electric motoring. With competition heating up,…

The Best 3-Row SUVs to Consider in 2020

The Best 3-Row SUVs to Consider in 2020
For many in the market, the three-row SUV is today’s family-hauler of choice. It’s a popular game, everybody’s playing, and the selection of available products borders on daunting. That’s a good thing for you, the consumer: it means the market is very competitive, and that everyone in it is working their very hardest to get…