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What's on WhichCar TV this week...

By Tom Fraser, 23 Jul 2020 Season 2

This Sunday we analyse the cars that Australians are buying by the boat load and how our tastes have changed over time

WhichCar TV Season Two Episode 23 preview

What's on WhichCar TV this week?

Australia's favourite cars!

This week we're having a look at how Australian car tastes have changed over time. 

 

40 years of the Mazda hatchback

2020 Mazda 3 G25 Astina

Hatchbacks have long been a consistent presence in the Australian market since the 80s. But put a 1980 Mazda 323 and a current generation 2020 Mazda 3 back to back and you can truly see how far we've come. 

From Aussie muscle to import

While we've often been transported by the humble hatchback, the Aussie muscle car is the one we really lusted after. Let's take a look at one of the greatest Aussie cars of all time, the Ford XY Falcon GTHO Phase III, and compare it to the current performance favourite, the Ford Mustang.

The ute over time

Even the utility vehicle hasn't escaped drastic changes over time. From workhorse beginnings, we take a look at how the meaning of 'ute' has expanded over time to encompass adventure, off-road and even performance connotations. 

The current favourite... 

The Toyota RAV4 can count itself as one of the founding fathers of the SUV craze, which has now become the most important style of car in the world. The Mitsubishi ASX and Kia Seltos are two cars vying for attention in the same space - so which is the better of the two?  


WhichCar TV Season Two Episode 23

4:00pm Sunday July 23, Channel 10 

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Tom Fraser @tommyfraser

WIN A TRIP TO THE MALDIVES WITH WHICHCAR

For season two, we're also offering an amazing prize for our viewers. How does a trip to the Maldives sound? Pretty awesome, right? 

The competition is open NOW so make sure you tune into WhichCar TV on Channel Ten at 4pm Sunday AEDT.

And, if for some reason you can't (and it had better be a good reason!) then there's a host of ways to catch up on the show, check out behind-the-scenes stuff and find out more about the cars Aussies want to buy.

For example, our weekly podcast, our Facebook page and our YouTube channel are standing by 24/7. 

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