• Dec 29, 2009
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For this week between holidays, Reilly Brennan from AOL Autos stops by our clubhouse to join Chris, Sam, and Dan for Episode #159 of the Autoblog Podcast. While it's a question-centric podcast this week, we touch on a few news items before hitting a bunch of your emails. An in-depth chat about the Ford Mustang's new 5.0-liter V8 starts us off, before we turn to an equally pithy chat about Toyota's hybrid braking system concerns, and we briefly consider what Volvo's pending sale to Geely might mean. From there on out, it's listener-interaction central, and we break the two-hour barrier this week as a holiday treat(?) for everyone.

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Autoblog Podcast #159: Reilly Brennan from AOL Autos comes by the clubhouse



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      • 5 Years Ago
      I just took the Podtrac survey. I'm not sure why they ask about video. Maybe it's just canned content they use on surveys for all podcasts. Regardless, it's overall a good survey and a way to provide feedback.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Winter tires are a must. Anyone who says otherwise is a danger on the road.

      @Dan Roth
      I'm with you man. For every day use the Challenger is the way to go. I'm 28. I have an R/T Classic. Leave the SRT version for the 50-somethings (no offense guys). Save 10k and get 95% of the performance. Want a track car? Take that 10k you saved over the SRT and go buy a used Crossfire. Sure it's ugly, but it will hang with Miata's all day long in far more comfort.

      And Mr. Shunk ... the interior in the Challenger is boring -- don't confuse that will poor quality.
      • 5 Years Ago
      hey you guys are dead on about the winter tires! I just put some winter tires on my S2000 and they are killing the snow here in IL. I only slide when I want to :)