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 Podcast 234 John and company give their thoughts on the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco. Then, they look ahead at the recently revealed Nissan Ariya E.V. and look back at a recent drive in the Honda CR-V Hybrid. The Lightning Round covers a brand that’s shrinking its lineup and a viewer has a question about something he sees every day.
In Podcast 233 the MotorWeek crew breaks down Ford’s new Bronco sub-brand. Then they discuss the all-new Ford F-150 and Kia K5, plus their recent drive in the Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport. The Lightning Round looks at the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette and a viewer has a question about how MotorWeek’s drivers test straight line performance.
In Podcast 232 the gang gives a look into MotorWeek’s 40th Anniversary production of Goss’ Garage. Then it’s on to new cars: The 2021 BMW 4 Series, Nissan Rogue and Ford Mustang Mach 1. Finally, they give some insight to a viewer who has a question about wheel size.
In Podcast 231 John and the MotorWeek crew discuss the all-hybrid 2021 Toyota Sienna, the second generation Acura TLX and the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB SUV. The lightning round covers the newest Mustang in the stable and a viewer has a question about the MotorWeek Goes for A Drive episode.
In Podcast 230 John and company continue to meet virtually from the comfort of their own homes to talk about the latest auto industry happenings, including the 20th Anniversary Toyota Prius and Ford Mustang Mach-E. The Lightning Round covers livestream car reveals and a viewer has a question about the Retro Review marathons.
In Podcast 229 John and the MotorWeek crew give a behind the scenes account of their unique virtual drive through historic Annapolis, Maryland and over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Then they discuss the prospects of the 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLA and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. Things wrap up with a viewer question about EVs and America’s aging electrical infrastructure.
In Podcast 228, Pat Goss and Lauren Morrison join in to talk about the Coronavirus pandemic’s effect on the auto industry at various levels.Then the crew gets back to the usual setup of talking about cars: some new SUVs from GM and VW as well as a pair of high-powered Cadillacs.
In Podcast 227 the MotorWeek crew broadcast from their respective homes to discuss the effects of the global pandemic on the show. Then it’s back to cars with the Genesis G80 sedan and an update of the Long Term test fleet. Things wrap up with a discussion about the future of auto shows and a viewer question about ineffective washer fluid.
In Podcast 226 the MotorWeek crew talks about the most powerful STI ever, the S209. Then they move up a few classes and give their impressions of the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro. Stephanie talks about some of her latest FYI stories and things wrap up with a discussion about a new trend in automotive customization.
In Podcast 225 Dave Scrivener talks about his track drive in the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette. Then, the crew keeps with the V8 theme and discusses the Charger Daytona 50th Anniversary as well as the Lexus RC-F Track Edition. Things wrap up with a debate over semi-autonomous systems and a viewer question about fuel mileage readouts.