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What's Wrong With Coasting?

11.25.2014

What's the best way to come to a stop when driving a manual? Car Talk explains, right here. 

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A Bad Camry in a Good Land

11.24.2014

Strawberry milkshakes, pet rats, and the best rest area to get a good night's sleep between California and Michigan. On the road with intrepid Car Talk blogger Jim Hanna.

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Auto News

11.24.2014

Report: Land Rover to lodge complaint with China over LandWind's Evoque copycat. It’s an amazing copy: the fake will never, ever actually go off-road either! More Auto News from Car Talk, right here. 

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Car Talk Auto News

11.21.2014

 Takata’s Switch to Cheaper Airbag Propellant Is at Center of Crisis. And we thought the can of WD40 and the match was a brilliant idea. More Car Talk auto news, right here. 

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Today: What's Causing Spongy Brakes?

11.20.2014

Chris is a rural mail carrier and drives his 2005 Scion XA for work. The problem? His brakes start out fine each morning and go spongy by midday. The next morning they're fine again. What's going on here? 

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The Ugliest Snout?

11.20.2014

An advance look at the Lexus LF-C2 from the Los Angeles Auto Show leaves us with one question... Help us answer it, right here. 

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Auto News from Car Talk

11.19.2014

GM getting good reviews from Wall Street, despite recalls. They'll change their minds when their Uber drivers show up in a '99 Cavalier. More automotive news, right here. 

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Toyota's Big Bet on the Fuel-Cell Mirai

11.18.2014

The zero-emission car can travel 300 miles on a five-minute fill-up, so the big challenge isn't the cars but the expensive refueling stations. But how does three years of free fuel sound?

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Today's Auto News

11.17.2014

Lincoln to launch “Black Label” program for MKC and MKZ in December. Here's hoping it's not just a bottle of whiskey in the glove compartment. More auto news, this way.

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On the Horn: VW's CEO on the Company's Golf-Flavored Future

11.16.2014

Michael Horn is charged with resuscitating Volkswagen's fortunes in the U.S., and he's leading with the new Golf, plus SUVs and compact/mid-sized cars.

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