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Main theme: We discuss some of the insights we gleaned from our recent survey of nearly 35,000 tire buyers. What prompts them to make a new tire purchase, what are their best strategies for getting the best performing tires, and how do they get the best deal?
Driven this week: 2019 Toyota RAV4 hybrid
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• Audi E-Tron, Lee Iacocca, episode 211
• Hyundai Palisade, Road-Trip Cars, episode 210
• Jaguar I-Pace, Kia Soul, episode 209
• Best Time to Buy a Car, Turbo Stress, episode 208
• BMW 3 Series vs. Volvo S60, episode 207
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