PLUS: Tesla autopilot 'deceptive', more vehicles added to the Takata airbag recall, and Alpina's Andreas Bovensiepen talks about his racing history
Mandy Turner this week are Mike Stevens and Scott Collie.
In car news, the Mazda CX-3 launches in Japan with a
new 1.8-litre diesel, while the CX-8 goes on sale locally in July.
Another 1.1-million vehicles
have been added to the Takata airbag recall, Ford launches '2nd Car' for Australian buyers, and California begins a digital number plates trial.
Plus, two US consumer groups label Tesla's Autopilot system as
'deceptive', while Apple and Volkswagen collaborate on an autonomous Transporter van.
Mike Costello discusses the
more powerful 2018 Mazda 6, and Scott chats about attending the launch of the Nissan Terra in the Phillipines.
Mike Stevens gives an update on the
New Car Calendar which sees an onslaught of SUVs, and Scott talks to Alpina's Head of Marketing, Andreas Bovensiepen about his racing history, which includes a win at the 24-hour Nurburgring. Subscribe to the CarAdvice podcast: iTunes | Pocket Casts ( Android, iOS, web) | RadioPublic | Omny | Stitcher | TuneIn
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