PLUS: Ken Block special, CarAdvice merge with Drive, Australia’s politicians and EVs, and Renault Trafic owner review

On this week's podcast, you are joined by Mike Stevens and Scott Collie.

In car news, Kia is developing neater tech for emergency services, Isuzu has announced a six-year warranty and seven-year capped price servicing, Australian orders for the Tesla Model 3 will be opening in May, and Toyota has opened a Nurburgring-inspired test track.

Scott compares the Kia Rio GT-Line and the Skoda Fabia 81TSI Monte Carlo.

Mike Costello talks about his opinion piece, 'Australia’s politicians are childish on EVs'. You can read more about how long it takes to charge an EV, listen to our EV podcast special, and when we spoke to the Australian EV Council and JET Charge in this podcast special.

We talk to CarAdvice CEO Andrew Beecher about our Hyundai Kona Electric long-termer, and discuss what's happening with CarAdvice and Drive.

Lastly, we chat to Roger about his owner review of the 2017 Renault Trafic LWB Crew.

BONUS! Paul Maric sat at a round-table chat in New Zealand with Gymkhana king, Ken Block. Listen to the podcast special below.

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