The long wait is over. The boys are back. And it's straight down to supercar business with Richard driving the £800,000 Pagani Huayra. James, rather appropriately, is in a Bentley. Rather inappropriately, he's in a Continental GT Speed and he takes it rallying. Meanwhile, Jeremy, the word's tallest motoring Journalist, has built the world's smallest car.
Damian Lewis is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Stig gets to play with the new Bentley Continental Supersports, whilst Jeremy enters the exciting and sometimes topsy-turvy world of the three-wheeled Reliant Robin. James drives a Toyota Hilux up a volcano in Iceland - yes, that volcano - and Richard says goodbye to the reasonably-priced Lacetti. He and Jeremy then host a 'star-studded' barbecue to introduce the new Reasonably Priced Car: a Kia Cee'd, affectionately known as the cee - apostrophe - dee.moreless
The unthinkable happens when Mickey is conned by Mervyn Lloyd, a cocky business man, who dreams of becoming a successful entrepreneur like 'The Dragons'. As Mickey's luck will be bad now, due to the Grifting Code, the gang set about conning Mervyn without him. Meaning the baton has passed to Ash.moreless
A new Ford Mondeo or a used luxury car of yesteryear? Jeremy and James demonstrate which is the wisest choice when they compare their own luxury cars: a Mercedes 600 Grosse and a Rolls-Royce Corniche Coupe respectively - bought for the price of the standard family Ford.
Jeremy drives the Nissan GT-R - again - around Japan's Fuji circuit. Stig drives the GT-R around the Top Gear track to set a fast lap.
Whilst Jeremy and James busy themselves with their cars, Richard indulges in a spot of fox hunting - Top Gear style.
Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis are the Star(s) in a Reasonably Priced Car. Although 'stars' is maybe stretching it a bit.moreless