AAH #349 – Driving With Payne

September 29th, 2016 at 2:30pm

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01:20Lola 90 Racer
23:55Ford Performance Sales
29:38Doctor Data
32:05 – Do Diesels have a passenger car future?
44:36Jeep unveils Compass….in Brazil?

SPECIAL GUEST: Henry Payne, The Detroit News
Vehicle in Studio: 1988 Lola 90 Racer

PANEL: John McElroy, Autoline.tv and Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production

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One Comment to “AAH #349 – Driving With Payne”

  1. BP Says:

    Can you fill me in on what’s so great about German engineering? I see great engineering as the ability to create a product with minimal compromises. A well engineered consumer product should be highly functional, reliable over a long life-cycle and an excellent value. Among the German makes only Mercedes is above average in long term reliability, Audi and especially VW are among the worst. I have never owned an FCA or VW product and I find it odd that outsiders bash FCA for reliability while praising VW for engineering.