Which Fiat 500 is the best of all time? Clearly not Steve's, but since he owns one, he's required to argue for it on this week's podcast. So listen up while Adam makes Steve question every decision he's ever made on this week's Best In Class.
The Lexus LS changed the entire automotive industry, created a brand, and took up a permanent parking spot at every golf course in the world. But which LS is the best version, which comes with handbags, and do you have to be in the Yakuza to drive one? All this and more and today's Best In Class.
The Lamborghini Gallardo came in more flavors than gelato, but is it any good? And which Gallardo is best? And are you a rapper or an actor if you have one? Today's Best In Class dives into the baby Lambo and figures out the hard questions.
The Honda Accord has been a hatchback, a 2-door coupe, a 4-door sedan, and a wagon. It has sold all over the world, and won quite a few races. But which Accord is the best of all time, and can we get Steve to trade in his Fiat 500 for a Honda? All this and more on today's Best In Class.
Is the Chevrolet Camaro an also-ran to Ford's Mustang, or is it a performance car in its own right? Is it safe to buy one on from a bad neighborhood? And do they come with free tank tops? All these questions and more as Adam and Steve dive into Chevy's pony car.
Are you team barn door or team tail gate? Do you want two doors, three, or four? And exactly how much towing do you plan on doing? These are the questions you'll have to decide for yourself if you are looking into Suburban ownership. Luckily Steve and Adam have most of the answers for you already.
The Citroen 2CV was built for rural peasants, became a cultural export, and even pissed off the Nazis. But which model is the best? And what does Steve's French accent sound like? All this and more on today's Best In Class.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee was the first 4X4 SUV with an airbag. Is that why it has lasted 5 generations and reliably sold 200k examples almost every year? Possibly... But which version is best? Today there is a guest to help decide that, and to make fun of Adam and Steve's choices.
The Vantage is Aston Martin's entry-level vehicle, and has carried on with the brand since the 70's. But is it any good? And which one is best? Which one is worst? And how could Steve have picked such an ugly car this week? All this and more and this week's episode.