We talk about the Ford Ranger being the number one vehicle in September, GM is strongly committed to Holden for the long-term, Toyota Australia’s Altona factory closes, and the 2018 Renault Clio RS Trophy pricing and specs have been released.
Plus, another Nurburgring SUV record breaks with the 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, Holden confirms a 7-year and 175,000km warranty, and Lexus states hydrogen is the future and not battery-electric cars.
Mike Costello discusses new car sales figures for September, which sees sales down for the previous month.
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Matt Campbell reviews the 2018 Nissan Navara N-Sport Black Edition.
Sydney Correspondent Peter Ronis visits a car collection on the 5th floor of a Las Vegas casino.
Teenager Will Varvari submitted an owner review of his grandparents’ 2015 BMW X3 (from the passenger seat) and we chat to him about it.
Lastly, Paul reveals what we will be doing with the Kia Stinger and Holden Commodore, and how you can check these cars out at the CarAdvice garage this Saturday!
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