AAH # 64 – The Unusual Suspects

July 23rd, 2010 at 1:35pm

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This week our dear leader is on the road, so Peter De Lorenzo, the Autoextremist, grabs the wheel and takes over. We’ll discuss the news of the week and other pressing topics: Is Ford running a risk having too many similar vehicles (Explorer, Edge, Flex) on the road? Can we ever realistically expect subsidy-free electric vehicles to be viable in the marketplace? Honda has lost its mojo — can it go green to get it back? Peter’s in studio with special guests Frank Markus from Motor Trend and Scott Burgess from The Detroit News.

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One Comment to “AAH # 64 – The Unusual Suspects”

  1. alloverx Says:

    I had an explorer, and after the engine imploded at 120K and with the dealership (after only being serviced expensively at the dealership) would not work with me in any way. No more fords/subsidiaries (or recommendations) for me or any of my family/friends.