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Welcome to episode 13 of the CarAdvice.com podcast! If you missed last week’s episode, or you’d like to know more about the show, catch our earlier articles here.

This week, it’s Paul Maric and Mandy Turner discussing the latest CarAdvice news and reviews from across the automotive landscape and Australia’s new-car market.

As always, expect shenanigans. 

What happened in this week’s episode? 

In the news this week, Tesla handed down local pricing for its new Model X SUV, while Audi revealed an indicative starting point for the small new Q2 SUV. Did we mention… SUV?

Hyundai handed down another teaser for the upcoming i30 N hot hatch, and BMW launched its special new M3 30 Years Edition car in Australia.

The government of Washington, D.C, revealed it might contract Uber and taxi services to transport workers to less urgent 911 cases, and Citroen’s DS E-Tense concept was spied driving through Paris – a spot of viral marketing? Seems likely.

Alborz calls in to tell the gang of his hate for right-lane hogs, and the team speaks with Mark Allen, the international head of design for the Jeep brand.

Lastly, Paul talks about his drive of the Volkswagen Touareg V6 TDI, and Wardy chats about his time in the more compelling Porsche Macan GTS.


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