• Nov 9, 2010
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Episode #203 of the Autoblog Podcast is here. Chris, Dan and Zach go over a few things from SEMA before talking about the Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake, Chrysler's recent financial good news and GM's impending IPO. Your feedback and questions finish it off at an hour and eighteen minutes. Thanks for listening, see you next week!

Autoblog Podcast #203 - SEMA, Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake and money for Chrysler and GM



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Cadillac CTS Coupe
Chevrolet Cruze LT
Ford Flex Titanium

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Hosts:
Dan Roth, Chris Shunk, Zach Bowman
Runtime: 1:18:21




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      • 4 Years Ago
      On the Flex Titanium interior compared to a regular Flex, Did you notice the Titanium's interior has all 3 rows of seats lined with real Alcantara inserts down the centers of the seats? Which is a little crazy for a 3 row people mover, but still pretty awesome.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I am the one who asked the question about diesels. I have never owned one, but I see the advantages in fuel mileage and torque and just all around capabilities and it is frustrating that technology that currently exists and has a ton of potential is being completely over looked. Automakers are looking into EVs and hybrids, which I personally find to be a pointless venture, seeing that once you pay the car off and the warranty has ended, all the money you have saved in fuel, you are just going to have to put into buying a new battery. On top of that, I am sure that maintenance on EVs and Hybrids are higher than diesel and turbo charging technologies.
      • 4 Years Ago
      When you mentioned upcoming wagons, you failed to mention the Acura TSX Wagon I'm guessing (based on the price of the TSX) that it will top out int he mid to high 30's and that you can get a pretty well equipped one for close to 30. Probably much cheaper than a used CTS sportwagon. And probably easier to find. If he currently drives a Saab, I don't think the FWD will be a problem for him.