Episode 221: Special Edition - Suzuki Vitara S Review

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Andrew had a Suzuki Vitara for a week, how will it stand up to the rigors of the Cracked Windscreen horde over that period? Listen in as we hear about how this surprised him, how using it in one dry grassy field cannot be considered “off-road” and why on earth he likened it to a puppy chasing a stick. Continuing the Motoring Podcast’s unique manner in which they review!


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Episode 182: It's Big - BMW Bugs, Hamburg Shuts a Street, Zip in an e-Golf, Tesla Model 3 Crashes, SMMT Drives

Andrew's away this week, so Alan's joined by motoring journalist Richard Gooding to talk about some of the week's news and then reminisce about their trip to the SMMT Drive Day last week.

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Episode 41 : Fear and Hope  - Ferrari thoughts, New Car figures, Suzuki Baleno, Tesla, Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, GM and Lyft, McLaren P1 Benchmarked, F1 helping hospitals, GT86 Shooting Brake

As ever, Alan and Andrew grab the week's motoring news and give it a dashed-good shake!

Covered this week:-

  • Alan's though some more about tasteful Ferrari revenue generation 
  • April new car registration figures
  • Is diesel doomed? Autocar thinks so...
  • Low, low Suzuki Baleno
  • Tesla. Again.
  • Alfa Giulia first drives
  • GM moving fast of autonomous cars
  • McLaren P1 vs real life
  • Phil Spectre's Evil Twin suggests F1 in central London. Again.
  • How Williams F1's pit crew is helping premature babies in Wales
  • Toyota's GT96 Shooting Break

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