• Feb 8, 2011
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Autoblog Podcast #216 is a retrospective of Superbowl Ads, rumination on the Kubica crash (yes, we know we mispronounced his name) and rumors of restarted effort on Honda's new supercar, picking up where the NSX left off. Chris and Dan are joined by Chris Paukert and AOL Autos/Autoblog contributor David Kiley for the hour and nineteen minute extravaganza. We wrap with your questions and comments, as always, and we'll see you next week. Thanks for listening!

Autoblog Podcast #216: Superbowl ads, Kubica crash and Honda NSX with Dave Kiley


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2011 Honda Accord Special Edition
2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser
2011 Toyota Camry

Runtime: 01:19:05




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      Kubica... Yet again, stay off motorsports news, please. Those of us who want it know where to get it, and it ain't here. But I do come here for the great auto news.

      Accord 2.4.... Great milage? Are you nuts? I have one and am currently getting Mahindra milage! Yes, lots of cold short runs (Montreal, QC), but the milage is a BIBLICALY EPIC FAIL! My 2000 Maxima (with a stick), in the exact same driving conditions, same daily commute, never saw worse than 20MPG. Hell, it sever saw worse than 20 at any time of year, giving me MANY more smiles per KM!I just tanked and got 18! The only place this thing saves gas is long-haul highway, and it is not that much better.

      As for the Mahindra situation, I thought that they were trying to tank the GV deal also.