PLUS: Nissan CEO Richard Emery, VW Club takes a look at the 718 Cayman S, Ranger owner review
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Mike Costello joins Mandy Turner this week to cover the biggest car news of the week.

Mazda is launching compression-ignition in 2019 and has announced autonomous tech plans. Meanwhile, Mazda and Toyota have bought shares in each other, and announced a joint US factory.

Nissan has announced pricing for its 370Z Nismo and slashed 370Z prices, the Renault Zoe will launch two variants for Australia, and Sergio Marchionne says the Ferrari crossover will "probably happen”.

Trent Nikolic talks to us about the Hyundai Tucson, while sitting in a Mitsubishi Triton, getting ready to do a Holden Trax video.

Mandy takes the Porsche 718 Cayman S to a Volkswagen club meeting and gets the members to give their first impressions of it.

A report into Australia's automotive industry has been released, and we talk to VACC Executive Director Geoff Gwilym.

Steve Bird submitted an owner review of his 2017 Ford Ranger FX4, and we chat to him about how the car is going after buying it a month ago.

Bullsh*t spin of the week returns, and this time Mazda is in the spotlight with its 'Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030' vision, and Mike talks to Nissan CEO Richard Emery.

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