Car Stuff Podcast: Covid-19 Car Insurance Savings, Hyundai Sonata

Car Stuff Podcast: Covid-19 Car Insurance Savings, Hyundai Sonata
We record the Car Stuff Podcast from home for the third week, which means it's time for a hat. Oh, and I miss sports. (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

Our third stay-at-home edition of the Car Stuff Podcast kicks off with a discussion of insurance agencies giving savings to their customers because people are, you know, staying home — which means they aren’t driving. If your agency wasn’t discussed during the podcast or if you don’t know if you’re getting a discount, you should call your provider and ask.

We also talk about Tom’s test car, the 2020 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio. Though I haven’t driven it yet, I pointed to an article in the current edition of Auto Exotica Magazine, which I edit, that does a comparison between the Jaguar F-Pace SVR and the Stelvio Quadrifoglio — both of which were new for the 2019 model year.

The bulk of our discussion centered around the goings on at Hyundai Motor America with our guest Mike Evanoff, manager of product planning for Hyundai Motor America. Some of the things we touch on: “Smaht Pahk” and the Digital Key as well as the all-new Sonata, Sonata Hybrid, Elantra and Venue.

While I will continue to post the podcast to my blog each week, you can subscribe to the Consumer Guide Car Stuff Podcast on any podcast subscription service or visit the Buzzsprout link. New episodes are usually posted on Friday, and then the show itself airs on WCPT 820 AM on Sundays from 1 to 2 p.m.

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