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Welcome to episode 19 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, Mandy Turner is joined by Mike Stevens and Mike Costello to form The Triple Ms (can we be sued for that?), talking all about the latest news and reviews in the Australian new-car market and around the world.

As always, expect shenanigans. 

What happened in this week’s episode?

In the news this week, the new Northern Territory government has confirmed it will axe the open speed limits installed by the previous government, and Hyundai hits back at Volkswagen for disparaging comments about the desirability of Korean cars.

Holden revealed a number of new models, including the big Acadia SUV, all supported by a polished logo tweak and some new music.

Volkswagen has added a powerful new 206TSI model to its Passat range, and the Citroen CXperience concept has been revealed as a possible preview for a new C6 model.

Mandy visited Victoria’s first German auto show, and Wardy called in to talk about his review of the new Subaru Levorg (is it a WRX wagon in disguise?).

We also run listeners through our latest What Am I? contest. Have you guessed the latest car’s identity..?


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New episodes will go live online from every Sunday afternoon, just in time for a lazy listen at the end of your weekend or a fresh start to your Monday morning commute.

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