The Behind the Wheel Car Podcast is bigger than Ben-Hur this week!
Livinia Nixon has just launched a new book, Henry’s Pirate Adventure – she joins the boys with all the details.
Livinia also chats about her current ride, and may even spill the beans about the schenaningans that go on behind the scenes of Nine News!
We’ve got reviews of the performance editions of the latest Mark 7.5 Volkswagen Golf. Pete and Chris have been driving the Volkswagen Golf GTi and the Volkswagen Golf R.
Joel Helmes makes a welcome return with a great yarn about the origins of car names and their meanings.
Pete may even put to bed an urban myth about the origin of the name Mitsubishi gave to the Pajero.
Simon Lai has been driving the Hyundai i30 Premium – does it have Car of the Year potential?
Rachel Franco wants to talk tyres. She has rubber on her shopping list and some interesting thoughts on strategies to choose the right tyre for your car.
The clever folk at Bosch have come up with some brilliant tech to make towing safer and easier – we’ll find out what and how it works with Mark Jackman, Head of Vehicle Safety Systems for Robert Bosch Australia.
James Scrimshaw calls in with details on the stunning new Range Rover Velar which has just landed – and he’s got news on a new version of the Range Rover Sport that does more than 100 miles per gallon!
Get comfy and get in to this weeks edition of the Behind the Wheel Podcast…