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There's a rather British feel to this week's episode. Jeremy drives the new Jaguar F-Type along some of the country's finest, most scenic roads. Richard drives the new Range Rover Sport in Cheshire (it's natural habitat) and James drives one of Britain's most iconic vehicles - the new 'Bus for London', which boasts a turbo-diesel generator and electric motor.
In a grand finale, Jeremy, James and Richard meet on the Mall, outside Buckingham Palace, to celebrate the British motor industry.
Mark Webber is the F1 Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Richard travels to Italy to drive two Lamborghinis: the Aventador Roadster and the limited edition and not very inexpensive £2 million Sesto Elemento. Jeremy and James get the far less exciting task of testing the Mazda CX-5 and Volkeswagen Tiguan crossovers. There are caravans involved, too... James also drives a modern recreation of the Porsche 911.
Steven Tyler is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
In recent years, parts of Britain have become prone to flooding. While Government dithers on how to protect vulnerable areas, Jeremy, James and Richard offer a transport solution for vulnerable areas by building a car that can turn into a hovercraft, which they then demonstrate on the River Avon.
Jeremy is on the track with two variants of the Mercedes SLS AMG: the 622bhp Black Series and the 740bhp Electric Drive, which is powered by four electric motors.
Hugh Jackman is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
The boys travel to Spain in an attempt to ease the country's struggling economy. How they think think they can do this driving the Ferrari 458, Audi R8 V10 and the McLaren MP4-12C spyders, turning a Madrid town into a street circuit, drag racing on an abandoned runway and cruising the mountain roads is anyone's guess.
Benedict Cumberbatch is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Jeremy drives the 730bhp, V12-powered Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Richard is in charge of cocking about this week as he finds a novel way of discovering the world's best taxi and James has the run of the recently closed Television Centre with a motorbike and two Parkour enthusiasts. There's also a look at the BAC Mono; a single-seater, road legal sports car.
Ron Howard in the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy races a Toyota Corolla against James, in an America's Cup AC 45 yacht, along the coastline of New Zealand's North Island. Richard gets the sensible job of reviewing three hot hatchbacks: the Renaultsport Clio 200, Peugeot 208 GTI and the Ford Fiesta ST.
To celebrate the arrival of a new reasonably priced car, Jeremy and Richard host one of their delightful barbecues.moreless
In the second part of the African special, Jeremy, James and Richard travel through Rwanda and Tanzania. After a perilous river crossing and many punctures, their adventure reaches a dramatic climax as they race against each other, on foot, to claim the glory of discovering the true source of the River Nile.moreless
Jeremy, James and Richard are in Uganda to discover the definitive source of the River Nile. In the past many explorers have claimed to have done just that, but were unlikely to have done it in three estate cars bought for no more than £1,500.moreless
If you thought Britain's Pensioners needed a car designed especially for them, it's unlikely that you would think Jeremy and Richard were the men for the job. However, someone did think the Pensioners of Britain needed such a car. And it probably was Jeremy and Richard because tonight, that's exactly what they do with the help of some brave members of the elderly community.
James May, 50, drives the new Range Rover around London and in Nevada, wher he competes against the TerraMax: an unmanned truck controlled by computers.
James McAvoy, 33, is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Jeremy drives the new Kia Cee'd. Not in a fast lap around the track, but in a proper road test. If, indeed, a proper test includes Hollywood 'royalty', a rock legend, some eels and James May...
As a consequence of finishing last in the race to the Mexican border in Episode 2, Richard tests the Mastretta MXT. A Mexican car. In Mexico. How hard can that be?
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Which is the quickest mode of transport to get you from Wembley stadium in London to the San Siro stadium in Milan? Jeremy believes it's the car - specifically the Shelby Mustang GT500 - and 'the other two' believe the European rail network will do the job. This sounds very much like one of Top Gear's famous races. And indeed it is.
Back home, on the track, Jeremy slides, spins and shouts 'power!' (probably) at the Toyota GT86 and Amy Macdonald is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
This week the boys are in the western United States. Travelling from Las Vegas to Los Angeles via Palm Springs, they make their journey in three front-engined supercars: the Lexus LFA, Dodge Viper and the Aston Martin Vanquish. The trip involves a race against the police and a dash to the Mexican border, where the last man to arrive faces a 'terrifying' penalty.
Mick Fleetwood is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
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
Can you go motor racing for less than it costs to play golf? A question no badly dressed person has ever asked. This week, Jeremy, James and Richard see if you can go motor racing for less than it costs to play golf.
Richard is on track duty this week with the new twin-turbo, V8-powered BMW M5 and James drives a Ferrari 250 GT California. Kimi Raikkonen is the F1 Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Slash is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
The boys pay a visit to Donington Park to drive the Morgan Three Wheeler, KTM X-Bow and the Caterham R500. A Bentley with an aircraft engine? Sounds like a (noisy) job for Jeremy...
Alex James is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
James and Jeremy pay tribute to Swedish car maker Saab. Richard, in a Skoda rally car, races a rocket-propelled 'flying' man and Jeremy compares the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale and the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series.
Matt Smith is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Mobility scooters - we have all seen them and secretly wanted to have a go on one. Jeremy James and Richard feel the same, so this week they take possession of three scooters and they do, of course, modify them...
Ferrari's four-wheel-drive FF and the revised Bentley Continental GT play in the snow, meanwhile, in Florida, James drives the Fisker Karma and plays with AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson.
Michael Fassbender is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
It's a brave move to remake The Sweeney. It's even braver to let Jeremy and Richard help choreograph a car chase scene. That's going to go well...
James drives the Vauxhall Corsa VXR Nurburgring. He also gives his thoughts (waffles on for a day) on the updated Fiat Panda.
Ryan Reynolds is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Jeremy and James travel to Beijing to cast their eyes over the rapidly expanding Chinese motor industry. Whilst there they encounter Stig's boisterous Chinese cousin...
Richard is in Texas where he drives the pace car at a NASCAR race at the Texas Speedway. Back at the Top Gear test track, Jeremy drives the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster.
Matt LeBlanc is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
The boys return and get straight down to business with a road-trip through Italy in a McLaren MP4-12C, a Noble M600 and a Lamborghini Aventador. Starting in the southern town of Nardo, they head to Imola, via Rome, taking in a series of challenges along the way.
will.i.am is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
The boys travel to the former jewel in the former crown for tiffin and tea. On a less important note, they embark on a trade mission to help boost trading links between India and Great Britain. In order to travel cross this vast country, the boys have a budget of £7,000 to buy three British cars that won't fall apart or drown in their own puddles of oil. Rule Britannia!moreless
Jeremy and James pay a visit to Lincoln in electric cars: the Nissan Leaf and the Peugeot iOn. Jeremy drives the new Lamborghini Aventador and Richard spends the day with a rally team; the members of which are all ex-military amputees.
Louis Walsh is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard are tasked with demolishing a row of derelict houses more quickly than the demolition experts. This, perhaps, explains why the trio have chosen to use military hardware as their weapons of mass demolition. On the track, Jeremy drives the Lotus T125 and an updated version of the Jensen Interceptor.
Bob Geldof is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
This week, Jeremy, James and Richard attempt to make train travel better by replacing the locomotive and carriages with cars and caravans.
On the track, Jeremy compares the Jaguar XKR-S and an updated version of the Nissan GT-R
Rowan Atkinson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy and Richard see who can buy the best-value second-hand cars for the same price as the cheapest car available in Britain - the Nissan Pixo - priced at £6995.
The McLaren MP4-12C is on the track, where Jeremy compares it to the Ferrari 458 Italia and James May is in Death Valley with the Range Rover Evoque to test its durability as a 4x4, and in Las Vegas to test its chauffeuring credentials.
Sebastian Vettel is the F1 Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
The boys are in Italy to test (or play with) three high performance hatchbacks: the Renaultsport Clio 200 Cup, Citroën DS3 Racing and Fiat 500C Abarth. After winding their way through various Italian towns, they find themselves on the streets of Monte Carlo during the grand prix week-end.
On the track, James drives the Aston Martin Virage and Ross Noble is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The 50th birthday of the Jaguar E-Type is marked, by Jeremy, in typically brash style. The BMW 1M is on the track and James gets to play with Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams... and a Mini rally car. Jeremy drives the Eagle Speedster, whilst Richard travels to South Africa to play with the Marauder; something even bigger, louder and more destructive than Jeremy.
Alice Cooper is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy attempts to drive the new Jaguar XJ faster that the Earth rotates [that's a maximum speed of 1,038 mph - 1,670 km/h]. At sunset he will set off from Land's End - the most westerly point in the British Isles - and try to arrive in the most easterly point - Lowestoft, before sunrise. James travels to the U.S. to drive NASA's latest exploration vehicle, whilst Richard pulls the plum job of driving two supercars from the 1980s: the Porsche 959 and the Ferrari F40.
Baron Prescott of Kingston upon Hull is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. No, seriously, he is.
Snow. Just one flake of it needs to fall on Britain and the whole country grinds to a halt. The boys have decided to find a solution to this national embarrassment and head to Norway which, unlike Britain, can cope with a flurry of snow flakes. On the track, Jeremy compares the new Audi RS 5 to the BMW M3.
Amber Heard is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The boys are in the market for second-hand convertibles - each costing no more than £2,000, but they end up buying the same model car: the BMW 325i. On the track, Jeremy drives the Pagani Zonda R.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are the Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car.
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