CarAdvice podcast 67: Driving Holden's new Commodore

PLUS: Holden's new race car, Volkswagen Driving Experience, Escape range review, reader comments and win an automatic roller door system!
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Joining Mandy Turner this week, are Paul Maric and Mike Stevens, bringing you the latest car news from the past week.

This includes, the new Ford CEO backing away from 2021 target for full autonomous cars, the Ferrari boss is shying away from a modern version Dino, Skoda Kodiaq gets a diesel, and the 2018 BMW M5 has been revealed.

Also, Fiat, Jeep, Nissan, Volvo and others opts out of Frankfurt motor show, Holden reveals its newest race car, the 2018 Volkswagen T-Roc has been revealed and Audi drops engine displacement badges in favour of power ratings and has confused us all. Oh yeah, and we chat briefly about the stunning new Ferrari Portofino!

Paul reviews the 2018 Holden ZB Commodore and compares some specifications to the Australian-built Commodore.

Reader comments returns, plus Trent Geddes takes part in the Volkswagen Driving Experience, and Mike Costello conducts a range review of the Ford Escape.

You also have the chance to win a PowerLift MyQ garage door opener! This space-age garage door opener will send your dad into a spin. You can enter by filling out this form!

PLUS: Want to phone in and leave a question to be played on the show and answered by our team? Now you can! Dial 0434 690 099 (or +61 434 690 099 if you’re overseas) to leave us a voice message. No texts, folks!

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