Car Stuff Podcast: Chevrolet Silverado, Ram Dakota & Green Solutions
today at 2:22 pm
This week’s Consumer Guide Car Stuff Podcast kicks off with rumors about a new midsize pickup truck in the Ram lineup called the Dakota. The last time FCA had a Dakota it was in the Dodge lineup before Ram became its own brand. Though this is only conjecture right now based on a trademark filing, the time is right for Ram to introduce this new truck considering pickup trucks just outsold cars for the first time in the U.S. in April.
Continuing with the truck theme, the #cardujour discussed on this week’s show is the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Trail Boss. This is the more dedicated off-roady version of the Silverado with large tires and pumped up suspension. Competitors would include the Ford F-150 Raptor and the Ram Rebel 1500. We may give opinions on how the Trail Boss stacks up
Our guest this week was Robert Colangelo, founder of Green Sense Farms, who calls in to discuss various market-based solutions to environmental issues, both in and out of the automotive industry.
In all, this is probably one of the better episodes we’ve done.
BTW: I’ve been feeling guilty about the donuts, so I did finally bake some and deliver them to Tom and Damon.
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