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Talking Cars (MP3)

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Join our experts at the Consumer Reports Test Track as they discuss cars, answer buying questions, and share insights on everything automotive.

Customer Reviews

Nice listen

Getting better with every episode. I like the audio version so I can here it on the road. I have been reading CR forever and it is great to hear the brains behind the ratings.

Just OK...

The one guy says 'Uhhhhh' way too much. Also he's hard to hear. I listen in the car and this podcast has the typical problem of others: the music is very loud to start it and the volume of the people talking varies so much it can be hard to hear some of them and then others are way too loud. The content seems good, but it's hard to get past the sound quality/volume issues and the constant 'uhhh' makes me crazy

Nice way to keep up on the automotive industry

Sure, it would be nice if they spent more time talking about what they like about any given car. And they have their biases. But it’s a quick way to keep up on what’s happening with the automotive industry. You can always dig deeper elsewhere if you hear something that interests you. And we’re all entitled to our own opinions.

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  • Category: Automotive
  • Language: English

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