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Main theme: We dig into the overflowing CR mailbag and dedicate this entire podcast episode to answering questions from you, the Talking Cars video podcast audience.
The team discusses:
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• 10 Top Picks, episode 243
• Mercedes-Benz GLB, episode 242
• Super Bowl Ads, Cadillac CT5, episode 241
• Mercedes-Benz GLS, episode 240
• Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Diesel, episode 239
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- What’s a good three-row SUV, possibly a hybrid or electric vehicle, that can accommodate a family with three teenagers?
- What are the best tires for dealing with the temperature fluctuations in the San Francisco Bay area?
- What’s the best car for retired parents that have seats that are easy to get in and out of?
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