• Oct 19, 2010
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We celebrate the milestone of Episode #200 of the Autoblog Podcast by welcoming back Editor in Chief John Neff and Executive Editor Chris Paukert. We talk about the garage, and what significant milestones have passed in the last 100 episodes. We also reminisce about some of our favorite experiences while testing vehicles, and then we wrap it all up with some of your questions. Thanks for listening, and we'll be back with a normal 'cast for Episode #201. See you next week!


Autoblog Podcast #200 - Scion FT86, Toyota Prius MPV, Chevrolet Volt transmission



In the Autoblog Garage:

Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Infiniti M56X



Hosts:
Dan Roth, Chris Shunk, John Neff, Chris Paukert

Runtime: 1:17:29




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      • 4 Years Ago
      I love Autoblogs photography. Keep it up guys.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Congratulations on 200 Podcasts. Please get the Q&A profile section fixed; it seems stuck on "limited" account access levels.
      zapperdude60
      • 4 Years Ago
      Congrats, guys!
      • 4 Years Ago
      I totally believe the bit about the Olive Garden in Cheyenne. When I lived there from 2000 - 2006, it seemed like that was the one thing all the locals wanted built in their community. The parking lot at the nearest Oliive Garden in Fort Collins, Colo was always jammed with "2 county" Wyoming plates. Truly, Frontier Days at the end of July notwithstanding, Cheyenne really has few things to do apart from chain dining.