Harper, Brian


National Post, Post Driving, Autovision, 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.


Recent Articles:

  1. SUV Review: 2020 Jeep Renegade

    Brian Harper

    Jeep's subcompact Renegade Trailhawk is ready and willing to forego tarmac for a romp on a trail

  2. SUV Review: 2020 Lexus RX 350 F Sport

    Brian Harper

    Lexus' Canadian-built RX is a balance of all things; luxury, comfort, power and amenities

  3. SUV Review: 2020 Hyundai Kona

    Brian Harper

    The Hyundai Kona's strength lies in the sum of its parts


  4. These 7 sports cars turned into championship-winning racers

    Brian Harper

    Sure, they were already fast in street trim, but in track spec, these two-doors couldn't help taking home trophies

  5. First Look: 2021 Bentley Bentayga

    Brian Harper

    The reworked Bentayga more closely adops the design DNA prevalent across the rest of Bentley's lineup

  6. Car Review: 2020 Toyota Prius Prime

    Brian Harper

    Toyota's plug-in Prius might have a less-than-inspiring drive, but it's much more than just a four-wheel appliance

  7. Car Comparison: 2020 Mazda3 vs. 2020 Subaru Impreza

    Brian Harper

    Until Subaru decides to give the Impreza more power, the Mazda3 is the king of the AWD compact sedan castle

  8. SUV Review: 2020 Ford Explorer Platinum

    Brian Harper

    Ford's new Explorer, a key player in the Blue Oval's SUV lineup, is a full-size “everyman” depending on the trim level

  9. Car Review: 2020 Subaru Impreza sedan

    Brian Harper

    The Impreza is still the most affordable all-wheel-drive compact sedan on the market, but no longer the only one

  10. SUV Comparison: 2020 Hyundai Venue vs. 2020 Nissan Kicks

    Brian Harper

    The all-new Hyundai Venue is a solid value proposition, even if it's a bit pricier than the Nissan Kicks

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