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Season 2 Episode 9

Series 2 Episode 9

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jul 13, 2003 on BBC Two
9.3
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James drives the Hy-Wire, a hydrogen-powered concept car. Jeremy tries the new Volvo S60 R - claimed by Volvo to be a rival for the BMW M3. He also drives the new Vauxhall Signum - from the back seat using a hoe and string. Richard drives/rides the Carver, a three-wheeled tilting bike from Holland.

Graeme Le Saux argues the case for the Audi Quattro as the greatest car of all time and Patrick Stewart is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.

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  • What a great episode this was and I really remember this episode because of the big claim made by Volvo.

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    What a great episode this was and I really remember this episode because of the big claim made by Volvo.



    The claim was that Volvo had built a car to rival the BMW M3. Could not stop laughing cause the people who buy Volvos dont know M3 exist. Turns out that the S60-R was a nice car but doesnt quite live up to the big claim.

    We also have Richard Hammond driving/riding the Carver, a 3 wheeled vehicle thats a cross between a bike and a car. I couldnt believe a vehicle like that existed but what was even more amusing is seeing what Richard and Jeremy done. Watch it and see for yourself. If you want to drive one, make sure you dont get motion sickness.

    James looks into the future of GM and discovers the Hy-wire. It really is a case of a playstation controller on wheels. Its awesome.

    By far the funniest part of the episode was Jeremy driving a Vauxall from the back seat using ropes and poles. Priceless.



    The star in a reasonably priced car is Patrick Stewert from Star Trek and X-Men. This was a very interesting chat I personally really enjoyed it.



    Fantastic episode. 9.3/10moreless

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