• Mar 9, 2010
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Episode #169 of the Autoblog Podcast has arrived, and it's Chris, Sam, Alex, and Dan again this week. As usual, the Autoblog Garage starts us off, this time with a couple Suzuki Kizashis, a Ford Transit Connect, and the Cadillac SRX. The first topic for discussion are the latest developments in the ongoing Toyota Recall issue. The Cadillac CTS-V Wagon catches our fancy next, and we stay on the wagon tip to talk about the Acura TSX Wagon, which will debut at the New York International Auto Show. Honda's CR-Z is next, before we go big and talk about the 2011 Ford SuperDuty. Wrapping up on a sporting note, we offer totally uninformed commentary on the Carl Edwards NASCAR wreck before taking a few listener questions and calling this turkey done. Thanks for listening!

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Autoblog Podcast #169: Wagons and SuperDuty and NASCAR, Oh My!


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Did I hear Alex say that *lighter* color cars look more expensive? If so, I totally disagree.

      Lucas.
        • 4 Years Ago
        ..unless it's gray.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Oh, hell yeah. Thank you, Dan.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Lighter INTERIOR colors
      • 4 Years Ago
      you really don't get why the same guys who would be into the crx would hate the crz?

      imagine if the next gen camaro had been hybrid only? or if the next vette was 4000 lbs and 4 seats

      hybrids are what our moms want, it is a mandatory 'feature' that stands in stark contrast to what a crx was all about. simple light and small.

      WHY DID THEY NOT JUST USE THE FIT POWERTRAIN?!