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The 2022 Carnival is the new minivan (sorry.. multipurpose vehicle) from Kia. It will replace the Sorento and it’s a very, very good replacement. With technology aplenty, huge amounts of interior room, and more cargo space than a Suburban, the Kia Carnival sets a new benchmark for the minivan segment. Plus it gets decent fuel economy and is nice to drive. To say Aaron was impressed would be an understatement.

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In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about the all-new Toyota Tundra. Everything about it has changed and Kristin saw it unveil in person. Aaron has some issues with the new truck’s look and Kristin tries to smooth that out. The changes are phenomenal overall and worth detailing as a wrapup to our look at the all-new Tundra pickup truck.

Joe Moses gives an overview of the 2022 Tundra: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAcPbXhpd4o&t=59s

Mike Sweers on the Tundra’s aerodynamics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWsTSush0Lc&t=498s

Mike Sweers talks about the Tundra’s powertrains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVhKLM_Jrdo&t=1s

Mike Sweers explains the customer-centric bits of the new Tundra: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9PTMj5ax40&t=7s

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The Chicago Auto Show started this weekend and we were there for the press preview day before it began. This is the first major U.S. auto show in over a year, the last one being, you guessed it, the Chicago show in February of 2020.

Moving to a one-time summer format means that some of the show is outdoors and there is a lot to see and do. Here’s our quick rundown of what to see there.

For tickets and other information, see http://www.chicagoautoshow.com

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In this special episode, Aaron and Kristin talk about one of the most legendary supercars on the road: the Nissan GT-R. With it’s powerful, handbuilt engine, extreme performance numbers, and iconic looks, the GT-R is a difficult car to miss. While it does have some downsides related to its age, the Nissan GT-R is respected by every car person and performance enthusiast on the planet. Or should be.

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