Spike drives an Army surplus Humvee to meet a couple who are looking for an adventure vehicle they can take off the grid for a year.
Spike offers suggestions to a rocket engineer looking for a tuner-friendly vehicle that can also serve as a daily driver.
Spike takes a ride on a prototype Confederate Fighter motorcycle; an art director seeks a stylist motorcycle with a sidecar so he can take road trips with his dog.
Spike takes a Jaguar F-Type Project 7 to meet model Alyssa Arce, whose current means of transportation is calling for an Uber driver.
A mechanic seeks the Mini Cooper of his dreams; Spike selects three different variations of the iconic vehicle to show the buyer.
Spike offers recommendations to blogger Andreea Cristina, who needs help finding a luxurious, retro-styled camper.
Spike drives the Ferrari 488 GTB, with over 661 horsepower, to meet a professional rodeo competitor who usually sticks to one horse's power at a time.
Spike drives an Amphicar over land and sea; a microcar enthusiast hopes to expand his collection of unusual vehicles.
Spike takes a ride on actor Keanu Reeves' Arch KRGT-1 motorcycle and offers suggestions to a makeup artist who has outgrown her beginner bike.
Spike recommends a Bentley Continental Flying Spur, a Lexus GS 350 F Sport and a BMW 650i to a former professional football player who totaled his daily driver.
Spike travels to the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance classic car auction in Florida to help a buyer interested in comic Jerry Seinfeld's 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 IROC RSR.
Spike offers three suggestions to a Joshua Tree, Calif., artist who desires a vintage four-wheel-drive vehicle that can handle the rugged desert terrain.
Spike recommends a Jaguar XJL, an Audi A8 L Quattro and a Mercedes-Benz E63 S AMG for social media star Karrueche Tran.
Spike picks up a sommelier in a $300,000 ICON Dodge D200 Reformer, then suggests three possible trucks that could satisfy the businessman's wine-hauling needs.
Los Angeles Angels pitcher C. J. Wilson takes Spike for a ride in his custom color McLaren P1; teammate Tyler Skaggs seeks an upgrade to his 2009 Chevrolet Tahoe.
Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Genevieve Morton seeks a vintage American muscle car suitable for weekend cruising.
Spike recommends a Toyota FJ Cruiser, a Land Rover LR3 and a Chevrolet Colorado to a dirt biker in search of a rugged transport vehicle.
Spike suggests a Range Rover Autobiography, a Maserati Ghibli and a Mercedes-Benz E250 BlueTEC sedan as suitable options for a real-estate agent looking to upgrade her vehicle and impress her clients.
Spike suggests crossover SUVs from Volvo, Audi and Mercedes-Benz as stylish alternatives to a soccer mom who is looking to upgrade her minivan.
A tattoo artist needs a suitable replacement for his Camaro that was destroyed in an accident; Spike's sporty and safe suggestions include a Bentley Continental GT.
Spike suggests a Dodge Viper SRT GTS, a 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL and a 2016 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S as the perfect weekend vehicle for a Los Angeles plastic surgeon.
A cinematographer seeks a vehicle that will hold both collectible value and camera gear; Spike's suggestions include a 1976 Ford Bronco, a 1979 Mercedes-Benz 300TD wagon and a 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
The garage of football player Donald Penn; Spike lines up a 1961 Cadillac convertible, a 1972 Buick Riviera and a 1968 Ford F-100, to add to the collection.
A professional basketball player seeks a new vehicle with swag and plenty of legroom; a baller from the Los Angeles Clippers shares his opinion.
Spike takes a sensible-minded chef to Magnus Walker's Urban Outlaw Shop for a ride in a classic Porsche.
Spike helps Matt Farah of The Smoking Tire log miles on a 1996 Lexus LS 400; band Citizun desires a spacious and stylish vehicle for its next tour.
Spike helps a construction manager find a truck to suit the needs of his growing family and business; three double-cab work trucks and an off-roading experience prove that trucks can be just as fun as they are practical.
Spike recommends a 1968 Ford Country Squire, a 2015 Subaru Outback and a 1963 Chevy C10 Stepside truck as possible vehicles for a woodworker and her husband.
Spike suggests three different vehicles for a restaurateur who drives a custom Scion equipped with a sausage-making grill; Formula DRIFT driver Joon Maeng.
A television reporter's rental-fleet Hyundai is replaced with something more appropriate; actor Patrick Dempsey provides a lesson in speed racing.
A winemaker who wants a large vehicle that can transport guests around his vineyard takes a look at a Pinzgauer, a Volkswagen pickup and a "Uni-Dodge."
Spike helps "Best Bars in America" co-host Jay Larson find a classy, reliable second car for weekend cruising.
Bassist Darryl Jones of the Rolling Stones test-drives a Mercedes, a Jaguar and a BMW during his search for a fast and refined ride.
The owner of a fashion marketing company seeks a perfectly tailored car; Spike's three "unique, yet understated" suggestions include a restored 1964 Lincoln Continental.
Spike tries to convince a Los Angeles DJ who drives a beat-up sedan that a nice car is just as important to one's image as nice clothes.
Spike tries to convince a food-truck entrepreneur that his late-model Bentley is conveying the wrong message to the world.
A new father gets a insider's tour of a Porsche design center and hopes to find a speedy vehicle that will make his own father jealous.
Spike tries to convince his younger brother who lives in New York City to buy an all-wheel drive vehicle; guests include comics Jerry Seinfeld, Will Forte and Seth Meyers.
A wealthy investor hopes that Spike can find the perfect birthday vehicle for his mother, an 80-year-old "Magnum, P.I." fan who likes to drive fast.
Spike assists a Web designer who desires a vehicle big enough for himself and his equally large dogs.
The owner of a hamburger restaurant chain seeks a special edition Jaguar; Spike and his client view actor Steve McQueen's 1956 Jaguar XKSS.
A car show model hopes to find the perfect ride in time for her wedding; a collision at a kart racing school could leave Spike unable to help.
Actress Diana Popick is looking for a sexy, budget-friendly car; Spike teaches her how to beat the dealership.
Spike attends a Los Angeles lowrider convention with the owner of a tanning salon to find the appropriate vehicle for the first-time boss.
Spike plays car hunter and marriage counselor when he meets a woman who wants a flashy new SUV and her husband who prefers a more budget-minded vehicle.
Spike seeks ideas from the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles to find the perfect superhero-inspired vehicle for graphic artist Michael Buntyn.
Spike shows a San Diego resident who loves vintage muscle cars that powerful modern vehicles such as the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang California Special are actually better suited to his lifestyle.