Main theme: You have questions, we’ve got answers. Back by popular demand, this week’s show is an all-questions episode.

The team addresses:

  • Why have car batteries become so expensive?
  • What car can possibly replace a Toyota Camry with 400,000 miles?
  • How can the car-buying experience be improved?
  • What are the downsides to using winter tires on dry pavement vs. using all-season tires in snow?
  • Does an automatic emergency braking system override the gas pedal?
  • What is a fun-to-drive, reliable car with good fuel economy and four seats for a commute on winding roads?
Panelists Keith Barry, Mike Monticello, and Jen Stockburger
Panelists: Keith Barry, Mike Monticello, and Jen Stockburger

As with other “Talking Cars” episodes, this one is available free through Apple Podcasts. (Subscribe to the audio or video.) You’ll also find the audio on Spotify (log-in required) and video on YouTube.

• Volkswagen Arteon, episode 214
• Cadillac XT6, Trusting New Tech, episode 213
• Tire Buying, Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, episode 212
• Audi E-Tron, Lee Iacocca, episode 211
• Hyundai Palisade, Road-Trip Cars, episode 210

Have a Question?

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