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Our first live Autoblog Podcast is in the books, and we thank our fantastic listeners for participating with us as we tried something new. Chris, Zach and Dan covered the Ford Ecoboost three cylinder and eight-speed transmission, the F20 BMW 1 Series, five-star crash ratings for both the Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf and Ford's tech glitches before moving on to a full-on interactive podcast with listener feedback in real time.

Check it out to hear how it went down live, and you can catch it as it happens next week at our UStream channel, as well as the traditional ways we've always offered. Our Q&A module switched to live mode during the recording as well, and we've embedded that after the jump for you to scroll through and follow along, too. Thanks for listening!

Autoblog Podcast #233:

In the Autoblog Garage
2011 Volvo S60
2011 Hyundai Equus
2011 Chevrolet Equinox



Hosts: Dan Roth, Chris Shunk, Zach Bowman
Runtime: 01:17:13

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      • 3 Years Ago
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      peter1dav
      • 3 Years Ago
      Dan Roth's snoring sounds during "Ford tech glitches" chapter is just plainly rudeness in the middle of interesting opinion. Zack Bowman's review of Chevrolet Equinox is not worth even $5 and totally useless for any small SUV shoppers. Sloppy job all (except Chris Shunk)
      CarSnaab
      • 3 Years Ago
      FYI, the Focus (and variants) have a control blade rear suspension that supposedly adds passive rear steering. Saab has something similar called Reaxis.
      CarSnaab
      • 3 Years Ago
      I couldn't agree more with your comments on MyFordTouch. I've been saying it for a while now, and it's nice to hear others agree. Let's hope the industry starts righting that ship.