There's nothing we like more here at MotorWeek than talking about cars. But we can't really squeeze everything we want to say into a 30-minute weekly show. That's why the conversation continues on MotorWeek's podcasts. It gives us a chance to share our candid, and sometimes comical, thoughts about the cars we test drive, as well as our auto shows adventure and the most recent new vehicle launches we've attended. We hope you enjoy listening! Would you rather watch?! Head over to our YouTube channel for our Video Podcasts!
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In MotorWeek Podcast 167, the gang talks about a recent comparison test of compact SUVs. Greg Carloss discusses his drive of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, and the crew also goes over the new Lexus LS 500. Next, the panel debates whether the U.S. should make the pickup truck the “national vehicle”, and they try to help two viewers with tire questions.
In MotorWeek Podcast 166, the gang talks about the latest from the Frankfurt Motor Show. Brian Robinson discusses his drive of the Dodge Challenger Demon and the crew also goes over the Mazda MX5 RF. Next, the panel debates whether millenials will really upend the car industry, and they try to help a viewer understand the habits of some high-speed hybrid drivers.
In MotorWeek Podcast 165, the gang talks about MotorWeek's recent drive of the Porsche Panamera. The crew also discusses the wild Ford F-150 Raptor and the new Hyundai Ionic Hybrid. Plus, Reporter Zach Maskell talks about his latest adventure. Next, the panel talks about Mazda's new advanced engine designs, and they help a viewer figure out what kind of car to get his son.
In MotorWeek Podcast 164, the gang talks about MotorWeek's test of the limited-run Lamborghini Centenario. The crew also discusses big family haulers, Honda Odyssey and Chevy Traverse. Plus, we learn what's new (and old) down at Goss' Garage. Next, the panel talks about what new cars they're looking forward to in a Season 37 of MotorWeek, and they help a viewer get better MPGs in his SUV.
In MotorWeek Podcast 163, the gang talks about MotorWeek's test of the all new Toyota Camry The crew also discusses the wild HondaCivic Type R and a pair of new crossovers: the Chevy Equinox and VW Tiguan. Plus, the panel talks about Volvo's bold electric proclamation, and theyhelp a viewer decide which small sporty SUV to buy.
In MotorWeek Podcast 162, John Davis and the gang talk about MotorWeek's latest comparison of luxury sedans. The crew also discusses the stunning Aston Martin DB11 and the unique Range Rover Evoque Convertible. Lauren Morrison reports on her trip to the Simeon Foundation Automotive Museum. Plus, the panel talks about Apple's “do not disturb while driving” feature for iPhones, and they also answer a viewer question regarding the reliability of 1st-year new vehicle designs.
In MotorWeek Podcast 161, John Davis and the gang talk about road-testing the new Maserati Levante. Zach Maskell reports on his recent
adventures in the Honda Civic Si and Chevy Colorado ZR2. Plus, the panel talks about flying cars, and they also answer a viewer's questions on elec-tric vehicles.
In MotorWeek Podcast 160, Brian Robinson and the gang talk about MotorWeek's latest comparison of $23,000 compact sedans. The crew also discusses the family-sized Volkswagen Atlas 3-row crossover and the incredible Porsche 911 GT3. Plus, the panel talks about what modern vehicles will be collectable in 30 years, and they also answer a question from a young viewer about the difference between supercars and sports cars. Panelists include Online Content Coordinator Greg Carloss, Writer Garick Zikan and Editor Joe Ligo.
In Podcast 159, John Davis and the MotorWeek gang talk about the latest news from the New York International Auto Show. They also discuss the luxurious new Lincoln Continental and the hydrogen-powered Honda Clarity Fuel Cell. Plus, the panel discusses the future of sedans in American, and they answer a viewer question about keeping rodents out of parked cars.
In Podcast 158, John Davis and the MotorWeek gang get you up to speed on one of the last Doge Vipers ever: the VooDoo II. Then it’s a a few laps in the Nissan GT-R Track Edition. And some first impressions on the new Jeep Compass, and Kia Niro.The lightning round focuses on what a “utility” is anymore . And a viewer question on center consoles. Panelists include Writer/Producer Brian Robinson, Road Test Producer Ben Davis, Assistant Producer Greg Carloss, and Writer Garick Zikan.