On this week's episode of CarAdvice, Trent Nikolic and Paul Maric look at the sales numbers from January 2019, talk about Hyundai's first N-Line product, wax lyrical on the Dodge Challenger Hellcat, and talk hail damage with Steve Price.
First up: BMW has revealed its first-ever X3 and X4 M, complete with a hotter, meaner Competition variant. They're coming directly for the Mercedes-AMG GLC63 S, which has exactly the same amount of power...
Hyundai has a new performance-oriented sub-brand, and the i30 has been treated to a makeover. The artist formerly known as the i30 SR has been dubbed the i30 N-Line. How does it stack up?
The boys chat with Steve Price about hail damaged cars and ASV Tyres, which are designed to be far more puncture resistant than average rubber. They're also self-sealing, in case you do manage to puncture them. Cool, hey!
Plus, will the Dodge Challenger Hellcat make the journey to Australia? And the Range Rover Sport SDV6 and SVR go head-to-head with the Range Rover Velar, as the guys rove through the brands, er, range.
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