The Autoblog Podcast is one of the oldest and most-listened to automotive podcasts anywhere. The show features a rotating panel of editors and guests hosted by Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore. The gloves come off and the lively discussion has everything from the most important news of the week to the best and worst cars we're driving. The show traditionally wraps with the popular Spend My Money segment. With nearly 700 episodes, the podcast is a must-listen for automotive enthusiasts everywhere.
Driving the Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro and GMC Sierra AT4 | Autoblog Podcast #713
Plus, goodbye to BMW's V12 and Bollinger's consumer EVs
C8s, V8s and the 2022 Car, Truck and Utility of the Year | Autoblog podcast #712
Plus, snow tires and a listener follow-up from our 'spend my money' segment
CES 2022 was huge for EVs | Autoblog Podcast #711
Plus Ram 1500 Power Wagon, Acura TLX Type S and Mini Cooper SE
2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5, Ram 1500 TRX and Toyota goes in on EVs | Autoblog Podcast #710
Plus the Ford Bronco, turbo-6 Dodge Challenger rumors, future classics and 'American Auto'
Technology of the Year Special | Autoblog Podcast #709
Plus, we chat about our time in the new Subaru BRZ and BMW M340i
2022 Honda Civic Si, Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring | Autoblog Podcast #708
Plus, we help someone decide if a Ford Maverick is right for them
“If you will”
Lol the first review I saw here matches what I came here to say — drink every time you hear “if you will!” (And please stay away from your car keys)
Uneven Show - Especially Lately
I’ve been hot/cold with this podcast ever since the Dan Roth hosting days. Roth was irritating, but was definitely a car guy and called out bad cars & stupid moves by manufacturers and the government. It made the podcast relevant and interesting to listen too.
Ever since he left, Autoblog podcast has turned into the reaffirmation hour - all cars, all design choices, all government mandates … nothing is ever really criticized. Cost of cars going through the roof? Oh well! Noticing that creature comfort bloat is ruining the fun & skill of driving, as well as driving up prices? Don’t come here for any critique - that’s just how it is! Don’t think cameras everywhere, your car being internet connected constantly (providing quite the mobile hacking target), & the government trying to put mandatory tracking/reporting laws in stimulus bills is proper or good? It will never even be mentioned at Autoblog! You will get more talk about the weather and beer - I’m not kidding - than anything substantive (meaning, more than ‘I really liked how it drives’) about car performance or the corporate/political/financial landscape surrounding the industry.
This where I might be expected to say I miss Innes Ireland, Csaba Csere, or Brock Yates. But you don’t need to go that far back or to some other media outlet. I miss Chris Shunk, Zach Bowman (ESPECIALLY Bowman) and yes, even Dan Roth.
Fun drinking game!
Every time Greg says “if you will” DRINK!!!