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Episode #044 – Wagons Are The Correct Answer, More Grip Is Better

Episode #044 – Wagons Are The Correct Answer, More Grip Is Better
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This week Sam praises Volvo for continuing to build great wagons, Dan plays with a fast BMW and the guys discuss acquisitions, working overtime and more. Links Delphi buys nuTonomy Ford adds grip to the 2018 Mustang GT


Wheel Bearings Ep #23

Episode #23 – The Anti-Demon, Midsize Pickups, VW Ads & Ditching The Past

Episode #23 – The Anti-Demon, Midsize Pickups, VW Ads & Ditching The Past
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On this week’s edition, Dan and Sam discuss whether Fiat might have a better Miata than Mazda with the 124 Spider and whether midsized pickups like the GMC Canyon Denali might be too compromised to be truly useful. Volkswagen has some interesting new ads aimed at attracting buyers to the new Atlas SUV and the brand in general as it tries to recover from the diesel emissions scandal. Sam expounds on why stand-alone ride-hailing services are probably doomed and then the team ponders why Delphi is splitting itself up to leave powertrain systems behind. Dan interviews one of the masterminds […]


Episode #11 – A Refreshed Pony, Mazda Loses The Plugs & Don’t Forget Your Key

Episode #11 – A Refreshed Pony, Mazda Loses The Plugs & Don’t Forget Your Key
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This week Dan has been driving the Dodge Charger Rallye AWD and finds that despite the age of the platform the big FCA sedans are still surprisingly good. Sam finds the Toyota Corolla is a solid car that provides basic but utterly uninspiring transportation. For 2018, the Ford Mustang gets a mid-cycle update with design, powertrain and technology changes and Sam chats with vehicle engineering manager Tom Barnes. Mazda looks to dump the spark plug for its next generation SkyActiv engines and we provide a gentle reminder to bring your key fob along even if you can start your car […]