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KIZASHI TRACK TIME ,BRAND ON THE RUN
First Drive: We put Suzuki's Kizashi Premium midsize sedan through its paces on the back roads and the track. Steve Younan will stop by to fill us in on
Brand Loyalty On the run. A recent study shows why the game of consumer loyalty has completely changed and its good news for some.
Caprice: the latest chapter now Chevy is going to build the rear drive sedan but you might not be allowed to buy it.
The name Michelin and racing go hand and hand.. We'll learn why putting tires on the track is so important to Michelin.. motors ports manager Silvia Mammone is our guest
CRUISE CONTROL 10/10/09
AUDI SCORES BIG, FISKER LOAN and CLUNKER LIST plus
M5 LESS CYLINDERS MORE POWER, MIDSIZE REPRIEVE
Audi scores big with with high MPG marathon numbers.
And speaking of scoring Fisker gets the nod for a 528.7 Million dollar loan from the US Government for development of his high end plug in cars.
Well you thought the Cash for Clunker program just trashed some real junkers well you might be surprised
to know some of those car were collectable and rare
and many were green we will run down the list.
M5 plans are revealed and they involve two less cylinders and some technology from F1 and speaking of Formula 1 would it work in New York city?
CRUISE CONTROL 10/03/09
GM hits the kill switch on Saturn after a deal between Penske and Renault goes
away. Saturn RIP 1990 to 2009
It's the driving that’s distracting. Hard to believe but some addicted texters think that sending messages is the most important thing when behind the wheel. A shocking point that was revealed at this weeks Distracted Driving panel.
Seems like GM's love affair with the V8 powered rear drive G8 will not end. Now
there is yet another plan for it to resurface on US roadways?
Plus dismal clunker hangover sales numbers, popular paint and why its never good to attach a travel trailer to the underside of a blimp. Just ask Top Gear's James May.