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In episode #8, MotorWeek has the scoop on the North American International Auto Show. Host John Davis and the MotorWeek crew highlight what they think is the best from Detroit, including the Cadillac Converj, Chrysler 200C EV and Ford Taurus - just to name a few. They also take a look at whether Honda got it right with the Insight - the most affordable hybrid yet. Plus how the Mazda3 just keeps getting better. Featured guests include producer Brian Roberts, Road Test producer Brian Robinson and writer Shamit Choksey.
In episode #7, MotorWeek takes a look at high performance on a reasonable budget. Host John Davis and the MotorWeek crew discuss the evolution of the 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart, why the 2009 Subaru WRX is a major improvement and whether Ford's makeover of its iconic Mustang is a hit or a miss. Featured guests include Road Test Producer Brian Robinson, senior writer/reporter Dave Durso and assistant producer Ben Davis.
In episode #6, host John Davis and the MotorWeek team discuss the merits of Mustang adding a glass roof option, BMW making a diesel version of the 335 and whether all-wheel-drive improves the capabilities of the Infiniti G37x. Featured guests include senior writer/reporter Dave Durso, Road Test Producer Brian Robinson and assistant producer Ben Davis.
In episode #5, host John Davis and the MotorWeek crew offer their no-holds-barred reviews of the all-new Chevrolet Traverse and Suzuki Equator, as well as the newly redesigned Audi Avant 4 and Acura TL. Plus, "Hot Import Nights," where cars, music and youth culture collide for one unforgetable evening. Featured guests include senior writer/reporter Dave Durso, assistant producer Ben Davis, writer Shamit Choksey and reporter/producer Steven Chupnick.
In episode #4, host John Davis and the MotorWeek team talk coupes, crossovers and a creative twist on racing. Hear MotorWeek's take on the trendy, new 2009 Toyota Venza crossover, the sporty and upscale 2009 Volkswagen CC and the newly redesigned 2009 Mazda6. Plus, a cutting edge motorsport featuring souped up lawn mowers. Featured guests include senior writer/reporter Dave Durso, writer Shamit Choksey, assistant producer Ben Davis and reporter/producer Steven Chupnik.
In episode #3, MotorWeek goes international! Still reeling from jet lag, and in dire need of caffeine, host John Davis and the MotorWeek crew share their insights from the 2008 Paris Motor Show. Plus, impressions of the 2009 Dodge Ram and 2009 Chevy Aveo5, as well as important child booster seat ratings. Featured guests include Road Test Producer Brian Robinson, writer/reporter Jessica Choksey, senior writer/reporter Dave Durso and assistant producer Ben Davis.
MotorWeek host John Davis and panelists discuss, debate and dissect everything automotive. Episode #2 highlights MotorWeek's Clean Power Drive Special, with impressions of the VW Jetta TDI Diesel and a side-by-side comparison of the Toyota Camry Hybrid and Chevy Malibu Hybrid. Plus, how the Challenge X collegiate competition is shaping the future of the auto industry, and why you might want to check out the 2009 Fuel Economy Guide. Featured guests include Road Test Producer Brian Robinson, writer and reporter Jessica Choksey, senior writer and reporter Dave Durso and assistant producer Ben Davis.
MotorWeek host John Davis leads a lively discussion about fuel economy, what it's like to actually drive a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle and what women really want in a car. Plus, MotorWeek's impressions of the Honda Fit, Cadillac CTS-V and a pair of three-wheelers, the Can Am Spyder and Piaggio MP3. Featured guests include producer Brian Roberts, consumer reporter Yolanda Vazquez, senior writer and reporter Dave Durso and Road Test producer Brian Robinson.