CNET Roadside Assistance 46: How to cozy up with Siri while driving Video
In this edition of CNET's Roadside Assistance, Brian Cooley and Wayne Cunningham are out, but Antuan Goodwin is in to answers questions about the Honda Fit, the Ford Fiesta, Bose audio, and something about a Kia and an Oldsmobile sharing the same design cues.
Skipping CDs, navigation CDs do you even need CDs at all these days? We'll let you know all about it, but first I'm about to totally nerd out about all-wheel drive systems. This is the 14th episode of CNET Roadside Assistance for Thursday, the 26th of May 2011 and I am Antuan Goodwin alongside Senior Editor Wayne Cunningham. This is the show where the car tech guys take a moment to answer your emails and highlight your comments.
Today, it's all about your email, calls, help & how-to around the high tech device that is today's car. Car Tech guys Wayne Cunningham and Antuan Goodwin answer your questions about cabin tech on a budget, start-stop technology, and aftermarket entertainment options. Later, Antuan gets on an old man rant about loud stereos and loud exhausts and we take a look at a device that could save you a few bucks at the pump on this episode of CNET Roadside Assistance.
There's an Easter Egg in Hyundai's color codes, what's the point of all of this advanced engine tech anyway, and where do we go for our DIY car maintenance needs? We get to the bottom of these questions and more on on this week's episode of CNET Roadside Assistance. I'm Antuan Goodwin alongside Wayne Cunningham, Stephen Beacham at the controls.
Wayne and Brian are kicking it Euro-style at the 2011 Salon International de l'Auto in Geneva, so you're stuck with me. I'm Antuan Goodwin and this is CNET Roadside Assistance, the show were the Car Tech guys take some time to respond to your queries and highlight your comments.
CNET Car Tech's own Wayne Cunningham and Antuan Goodwin discuss the highs and lows at the 2012 Geneva auto show.
CNET's Wayne Cunningham and Antuan Goodwin gives us the highlights and some lowlights from the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
In this episode of Roadside Assistance, we decide whether aftermarket is the way to go for car audio, come up with an alternative for HDD-based audio storage, and take a look at a potential revenue stream for the Ford Focus Electric.
Welcome to CNET Roadside Assistance...In this episode of Roadside Assistance, number 18, we find a listener a convertible for 25,000, tackle red light cameras, and answer the age old question of what a Suzuki Kizashi is.
Shown at CES 2007, the Ford Sync--powered by Microsoft Auto--is a fully integrated interface for hands-free control of your BlueTooth phones or digital audio devices while driving.