The new Hyundai Veloster has a record-setting performance in one of our tests. We discuss how the hatchback has improved and where it slots among competitors. GM is dropping six sedans from its lineup; we talk about how it will affect consumers. Plus, we answer your questions on used car buying and if it’s safe to drive your car until the tank is almost empty.

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SHOW NOTES
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0:39 – General Motors drops 6 sedans

5:50 – 2019 Hyundai Veloster Test Results

12:02 – Send us your questions, TalkingCars@icloud.com

12:17 – Question #1: Replacing a hybrid battery on a Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

15:40 – Question #2: Oil change frequency vs. tire rotation frequency

19:12 – Question #3: Can you damage your car by driving with extremely low fuel?

22:10 – Question #4: Shopping to replace a 2001 Chevrolet Prizm for a college student

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