Hosted by Dan Roth, the Autoblog Podcast is the long-running no-holds-barred audio-only counterpart to Autoblog.com. On the show we drop the pretense of being professional automotive journalists so we can passionately talk about cars like the real automotive enthusiasts that we are. Special guests including other Autoblog.com staff and titans of the auto industry are also common, and every week we answer your questions.
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We talk winter tires and what we're driving in the early part of winter. And as always, we respond to your Spend My Money requests.

Mike and David go over some tips for people looking for reliable transportation, then go a little nuts recommending fun stuff for those who asked.

We recap last week's big auto show, wonder why more people don't buy vans, and answer two very different buying advice requests this week.

Set the temperature to auto, Mike says. Greg disagrees.

This week we take a look at the LA Auto Show, talk about the Chevy Cruze Hatchback and BMW M4, and set the record straight on how to use automatic climate control.

We recorded this before the election. We still like cars.

Custom cars and British celebs on this episode of the Autoblog Podcast.

We talk about the Lotus Evora 400, the Fiat 124 Spyder, and the week's Mustang news, then give out some solicited but free car-buying advice.

We highlight our favorites from the 2016 Paris Motor Show, talk Ford Bronco news, take a look at what we've been driving, and give out free car-buying advice.

Plus Spend My Money and a new game.

Reese Counts and Mike Austin host this week.

The latest news, driving impressions of the Porsche Panamera Turbo and GMC Acadia, and Mike has a rant about sexism.

There's an environmental theme here if you're paying attention, but we swear it was unplanned.

We recap Monterey Car Week and discuss what's been making news in the automotive world.

We talk rental-car olympics, Whopperitos, and of course the news, plus we spend someone else's money.

On Episode #483: 2017 Nissan Armada, Spend Alex Kierstein's money, and more.

On Episode #482: 2017 Ford Super-Duty trucks, Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck, an interview with Craig Smith, author of The Car Hacker's Handbook.

On Episode #481, we talk about the mid-engine Corvette spy shots, the Volkswagen diesel settlement plan, and the recently revealed Porsche Panamera.

On Episode #480, we catch up with Zach and Beth Bowman and have a highly philosophical discussion about life. Oh yeah, and some car stuff, too.

On Episode #479, we discuss the crossover phenomenon and if it means sedan dominance is forever doomed.

On Episode #478, Dave Sullivan from AutoPacific joins us, and we discuss the meaning behind the monthly sales numbers, talk rumors of Buick wagons and VW announcements, and also chat with Rod and Rhys Millen about Pikes Peak.

On Episode #477, we talk with Paul and Todd, the driving force behind EveryDay Driver.

We talk GMC crossovers, the convergence of technology and design, and the failed attempt to bring an Indycar race to Boston.

On Episode #475, we talk about Nissan's takeover of Mitsubishi, and we do a news speed round. We've also got a race van update tucked into the garage segment.

On Episode #474, we talk with Sam Abuelsamid of Navigant Research about the VW/EPA deal and transportation in 2050. We also talk with Alan Taylor from The Drive.

On Episode #473, we talk about the Tesla Model 3, Ford's investment in Mexico, a return to the US of French Cars, and more!

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