CarAdvice on YourMoney, 7 November 2018: What’s on this week’s show?

“CarAdvice” airs every Wednesday at 8.30pm AEDT on free-to-air channel 95 and Foxtel channel 601.

On this week’s episode of CarAdvice, Paul Maric and Trent Nikolic discuss Elon Musk’s stock market snafu and production achievements, the Ford Territory’s anticipated ‘it’s not a replacement’ replacement, and the newly arrived Chevrolet Camaro.


In the news, Elon Musk has been forced to step down as chairman of Tesla, after negotiating with America’s SEC over some cheeky tweets about taking the brand private. On the plus side, Tesla has met Musk’s promised production targets for the Model 3.

Ford says the new Endura isn’t a replacement for the beloved Territory and, in most ways, it’s not. But you’re totally going to think of it as one. Get the full pricing and specs right here.

The muscly Chevrolet Camaro, a rival to the Ford Mustang, is now on sale in Australia. Is it too expensive?

Moving on…

Ford, Holden and Toyota no longer manufacture vehicles in Australia. When their plant closures were first announced, there was a heavy public backlash… but now the dust has settled, so, what is the state of play? Paul Trent discuss the brands and products that have fared better than others.

McLaren 720S vs Audi R8… the boys take sides as to why each is their favourite and are these the new ‘attainable’ supercars?

ADVICE:With the VW Tiguan as an example, Trent and Paul discuss the pros and cons of diesel- versus petrol-powered vehicles.


“CarAdvice” airs every Wednesday at 8.30pm AEDT on free-to-air channel 95 and Foxtel channel 601.

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