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Consumer Issues

Issues automotive consumers face in today’s market.

In this special episode, we talk to Teia Collier of Dallas Single Mom (https://dallassinglemom.com/) about vehicles for single parents. With three children of varying ages, Teia knows what it’s like to tote kids around on your own. In this video, we talk about a myriad of vehicle choices for various price ranges and needs. Informative and fun!

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Based in the midwest, Current Automotive not only has a nice double meaning to their name, but also specializes in helping customers find used EVs to match their lifestyles. Got questions about an electric car? Wondering which one might be right for you? Hoping to get an EV but don’t live where that particular model is sold? Current Automotive has you covered. Check these guys out.

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At the Chicago Auto Show, we got a sneak peek at the newest generation of FCA’s infotainment system. Called UConnect 5, this interface is far superior to the already excellent UConnect 4 in vehicles now. Chrysler’s Vince Galante walks us through the new system and how it operates five times faster than the current version, all with a simpler user experience for easier and safer use.

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Kristin teams up with Natasha Nicholes of HousefulOfNicholes to talk about family cars at the Chicago Auto Show. Natasha brings a mom-oriented and humorous perspective on what to look for in a ride and shares her experiences with the vehicles on display at CAS2020.

Find Natasha at: http://www.housefulofnicholes.com

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Radio host and automotive journalist Daryl Killian of Auto Nsider (https://waok.radio.com/shows/autonsider-daryl-killian) joins Kristin in the all new 2020 Nissan Sentra. After having driven the new sedan, the two compare notes about the vehicle and who should be checking it out as a purchase option.

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What’s at the Houston Auto Show this year? Here’s a taste. Automotive shows are about more than just supercars and hot rods, though that is always a great feature. They’re about consumer experience. Think of the auto show as an easier (indoor) way to walk down dealership row and see everything available to you, but without any pushy salespeople. So head on out and get your auto on at the Houston Auto Show!

For more information on the show, visit https://www.houstonautoshow.com/

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