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#1504: The PII Range Rover

Original Air Date: 01.24.2015
This week on The Best of Car Talk, Danni bought a used Range Rover in the midst of what she calls Pregnancy-Induced Insanity. Reality quickly set in, as her skyscraper-esque husband couldn’t fit in the car, and it racked up a few thousand dollars in bills. Should she cut her losses?
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