E73: How Is That Fist Worthy?

We’re back for episode 73!

This week starts off the rails immediately, with our return special guest Ben asking us what our favourite car-themed movies are, which insights some lively discussion about car movies.

After 11 minutes, we finally move onto some news. We start off with a bit of news about Volkswagen’s passenger vehicles no longer having manuals, including their performance range.

We then talk about HSV’s second go at the Colorado; the HSV Sportscat R. The Sportscat R features some red decals, pumped guards and hood, but no performance improvements.

Then we talk about the Ford Ranger Raptor’s television commercial being pulled from television due to it depicting super-fast acceleration inside a shed.

We then talk about Jeep’s Gladiator ute, a car that Mitch and Ben think is ugly, but Matt and Joseph like… Then we ask whether 1 chicken wing is equal to 3 (4) chips.

Mitch then brings up how Mitsubishi has no immediate plans for a new Pajero to replace the current 20+-year-old model (with facelifts).

Then we talk about Toyota Australia bucking the trend from Toyota Japan/Global in not wanting a full range of plug-in hybrid’s as most Australian consumers aren’t interested in them.

We then talk about the update to the Mitsubishi Triton, which is rumoured to become the basis for the future of the Renault-Mitsubishi-Nissan Alliance ute platform, which would presumably include the Mercedes ute, too.

And while Mitch, Joseph, and special guest Ben look for the best V8 cars; 4 cars each, for 4 separate categories: Track Car, Drag Car, Best Value, and All The Money In The World.

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