• Mar 8, 2011
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Autoblog Podcast #220 is here, and Chris, Dan and Zach are joined by Consumer Reports' Jon Linkov. Topics start with the annual CR Autos issue and move on to the idea of a subcompact Jeep, the Smart ForTwo Electric Drive, a globally designed Mustang and, of course, your questions and feedback. It's an hour and fifteen minutes of fun this week – thanks for listening, we'll see you next week!

Autoblog Podcast #220: Jeep subcompact, Smart ED, Global Mustang, with Consumer Reports' John Linkov



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Guests: Jon Linkov
Runtime: 01:15:10




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      • 3 Years Ago
      @Autoblog,

      Hyundai’s warranty is still good for five years/60,000 miles when transferred to another party.
      • 3 Years Ago
      I enjoyed the guy who sounded like he was on Auto-Tune. It's great hearing T-Pain discuss automotive issues.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Great show this week guys. Jon was a great guest, and should be back often. I like hearing about the behind the scenes stuff from people who do what some of us would love to give up our day jobs to do. It was interesting that CR has a Nissan Leaf, but since they didn’t buy ( it only borrowing), they couldn’t publish about it. From what I’ve read online, a lot of folks don’t seem to care for CR, but at least they are honest. How many other magazines would go on record and say that (in reference to the Ridgeline) even though most of them wouldn’t buy it b/c they need a real truck, their readers would, so that factors into their decisions. You pick the best vehicle for your audience.