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The Dodge Ram has always played third fiddle to Ford and Chevy. Even in it's best years, it only manages to sell half as many trucks as the leaders. But is the Dodge Ram secretly the Saab of the truck world, destined to be bought by those to want something just a little more rebellious? And where they ever any good? Today Steve and Adam get to the …
 
The Hummer came out at a very distinct time in American history - when bigger was better, gas was cheap, and global warming was something only Europeans cared about. It managed to live through a recession, 3 generations, and is now coming back as an EV. But are any of them any good? And can Adam get Steve to trade his Ferrari for a classic Hummer? …
 
If Lamborghini was founded as the anti-Ferrari, then the Miura was the car that first took the fight to Enzo in a serious way. This was Lambo's first big hit, and what it hit it was. The Miura turned into the template for just about every supercar that has ever followed, and even coined the term. But which Miura is best? And can Adam talk Steve int…
 
The Lotus Elise has spent it's entire life being a featherweight superhero, often out-punching much more expensive competition. But can it out-punch Adam's aversion to British cars? And is Steve really considering trading in the Fiat for one? All that this week, along with guest host Auggie as we explore this pint-sized roadster.…
 
The Alfa Romeo Spider was made famous by Dustin Hoffman in The Graduate, but did you know that Dustin's uncle is the reason the car was used at all? If facts like that aren't enough to entice you, we also have a special guest host this week with current Spider owner Carter! So listen up as Steve, Adam, and Carter argue over when the Alfa Spider was…
 
The Mitsubishi Eclipse/Eagle Talon/Plymouth Laser was a triumvirate of mid-level sports cars that was aimed at filling a fuel-efficient hole in Chrysler's model range. It lasted 4 generations, and has now morphed into an SUV. But were any of them any good, and either way which one was the best one? That's this week on Best in Class with Adam and St…
 
The Land Rover Range Rover started in 1969, and has been a luxury stalwart ever since. But back where it all started, we have what we now call The Classic. And The Motoring Club's Michael Rapetti owns one, so he's joining us today to discuss our back rent for the podcast studio, these old Land Rovers, and a world record event he has coming up soon!…
 
The Mistubishi Evo has a reputation for being driven by vape-smoking, Red Bull-chugging, mall kiosk-managing hooligans. As such, Steve and Adam have never owned one. But we know someone who has! Even better, she was a world-class co-driver and X-games participant. Jen is going to teach us about the rally Evo and put Steve in his place in this week'…
 
The Toyota MR2 lasted three generations, sold hundreds of thousands of examples over three decades, yet is often overlooked when there are discussions of Japanese sports cars. Why does everyone forget about the MR2? And which one was the best of the bunch? Today Steve, Adam, and expert guest Aaron will argue their way to the answer.…
 
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been THE standard for luxury cars since the 70's, as well as providing earthly transportation for various dictators, heads of state, and despotic rulers. But which S-Class should you buy if you happen to be in the market? Steve, Adam, and guest-host Chet will hash it out this week as we find the Best in Class.…
 
The Pontiac Trans Am is the meth-dealer's choice for rides these days (even though they stopped making them in 2002), but is that the best of the breed? Are any of them worth getting in the first place? And can the Trans Am ever escape Smokey and the Bandit? Today on Best in Class, Steve and Adam are attempting to find out.…
 
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