We’re back for episode 129! This week, we talk a bit about some news, and Joseph’s a smidge drunk.
Joseph kicks off the news with a bit about the new Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban.
Matt then talks about the new electric Ferrari coming in 2025, which delves into a bit of an argument with Joseph.
Matt and Joseph then talk about the new Nissan Navara N Trek, which is just a fancy Navara that still has the rubbish Renault engine.
Matt talks about Melbourne getting a new racetrack in the next couple of years, and it looks like it’ll be a hoot.
We then talk about Holden officially that they are killing off the Commodore, and the Astra, saying that they won’t be building any more and letting the current stock dry up into 2020; it will not be replaced. Instead, Holden plan to focus on SUVs and Utes.
Matt then briefly talks about Mazda refreshing the MX5, and Honda releasing a new Accord.
Matt and Mitch argue with Joseph about the Supra, that Joseph reckons isn’t a ‘real’ Supra.
We then take a listener email from Matthew in Ohio.
We then talk about issues we’re having with our personal cars.
Joseph then talks about his most recent track day, and his 86’s setup change.
Joseph then talks about the Germans only offering a 3-year warranty in Australia. BMW says their customers are content with only having 3-year warranty, and we talk about Ferrari taking the piss.
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