Behind the Wheel Podcast 447

Behind the Wheel Podcast 447

It’s a hard-hitting Behind the Wheel Podcast this week.

We confront the Takata Airbag scandal. These faulty airbags can cause serious injuries, demonstrated in a relatively minor smash in Darwin last week –  and there are literally thousands of cars on Aussie roads that still have them fitted.

Acting Senior Sergeant Mark Casey, from the Northern Territory Police Major Crash Unit, joins the show with details and advice.

Andrew Leigh, Federal Member for Fenner and Shadow Assistant Treasurer, joins us with his thoughts on data sharing and why local mechanics workshops are becoming a thing of the past.

We’ve got a review of the Range Rover Evoque Convertible, Joel Helmes checks out the all new baby car from Kia – the Picanto, and he’s been celebrating big successes with the guys from Isuzu Ute.

James Scrimshaw joins the show from Jaguar and Range Rover with news on the new Range Rover Velar, a four-cylinder Jaguar F-Type and reveals why they defaced centre court at Wimbledon for the Jaguar XF.

Paul Pottinger from Volkswagen Australia brings news and prices for the Volkswagen Golf 7.5, then puts his Skoda hat on to talk the new seven seat SUV, the Kodiak.

Rachel Franco wants to talk parking, in particular about people who can’t and what they should be doing about it.

Simon Lai is driving the Ford Mondeo, there’s all the latest new releases and updates, and even the Benny Hill Theme – it’s a Behind the Wheel not to miss…

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