Another enormous edition of the Behind the Wheel Car Podcast – and there’s a lot of talk about car shows.
Last week, one of Australia’s biggest motoring festivals, the Deni Ute Muster went off with a bang.
We sent Marnie to the festival to talk to some of the biggest names in Country Music – tune in to hear from Shannon Noll, Sara Storer and the girls from country supergroup, the McClymonts
Motorclassica is set to be bigger than ever when it hits the Royal Exhibiton Building in Melbourne next Weekend. Event Director Paul Mathers joins us with details on an exclusive Ferrari 70th Anniversary surprise.
Simon Lai has been driving the new-generation Hyundai i30 – does it have Car of the Year potential?
The Toyota factory closed this week – and of course, there’s an imminent closure at the Holden plant – What all that actually means for Aussie workers and did it need to happen? Dave Smith from the AMWU has some thoughts.
And Rachel Franco is keen to talk about window tinting and all those other things dealers try to sell you when you buy a new car – are they worth it? Can you get a better deal elsewhere?
And why do dealer principal’s all seem to live in harbour side mansions when there’s supposedly no margin in new cars?
News this week about an Nismo tuned electric car, a seven-year warranty from Holden and the next generation Rolls Royce Phantom.
You’ll kick yourself if you miss this week’s Behind the Wheel Car Podcast…