• Mar 28, 2008
After being endlessly mired in the '80s, the Autoblog Podcast has now climbed its way up to #90. Alex took a sick day, so John and Damon hold the fort. We've been in New York, and that's the main focus of the podcast, although we have had more than just John's Alero in the Autoblog Garage. Ford's sale of Jaguar and Land Rover comes up, as does some of the news that's ensued between the end of the New York show and now.
We've got a new podcast-specific email: podcast at autoblog dawt com, so please send in your questions about the show, about us, or about anything car-related you want to know, and we'll make up the best answers we can. Thanks for listening!

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      • 6 Years Ago
      Love the podcast! You should take a tip from the guys at the Engadget HD podcast and add links to the posts you discuss in time stamped order. I think its more important for you since you talk about photos in those posts.
      • 6 Years Ago
      The 'El Camino' as you know it the Aussie / NZ Holden ute that has been popular here for years.
      Ride height critism is valid, though the target is tradesmen types. Builders, sparkies etc.

      I dont know why they dont build a 'cab plus' one with some back seat?????? I have wondered for years.


      PLEASE have pics at least in the podcast. 90% of the NZ fleet is JDM + BMW & the aussies, I don't know what you are talking about??
      • 6 Years Ago
      Suzuki makes there own version of the GM 3.6L. They currently use it in the XL7.