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Motor Torque
Motor Torque
A car show for car enthusiasts. We talk all car topics, events and news, as well as having a laugh! We have an automotive quiz once a week to which one guest will be in the hot seat answering car questions to find the smartest car enthusiast. Join me Matty J every week for Car Torque, the car show from Australia.
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On this episode of Car torque, Adrian and Ed discuss underated cars of the 90's. We also discuss our latest car updates and say a possible goodbye to my daily... Don't forget to subscribe rate and review!By Matthew Janineh.
On this episode of Car Torque, Anthony, Adrian and Matt discuss who has the better daily, Anthony and Matt's run to the wreckers and the shenanigans that came along with it, as well as take questions live from Facebook. Don't forget to subscribe rate and review!By Matthew Janineh.
On this episode Matty, Adrian and Tyron talked all things car related, Tyron talks about his truck and his current gripes, Adrian talks about his new purchase, Matty challenges Adrian’s new daily against his daily and take questions from the live audience. We were also joined live by certain member of the YouTube Car community. Don't forget to ...…
Despite all of the talk of electric cars and the Labor Party’s policy that 50 per cent of our vehicle fleet should be electric by 2030 little has been said about what impact that would have on government revenues.
A week fully charged with talk on electric cars – the Labor Party if elected insisting it will legislate that 50 per cent of all cars sold by 2030 to be electric.
A week fully charged with electric car talk coincided with the release of official V-Facts car sales numbers for March and lo and behold the nation’s top three sellers were Utes, for the most part diesel powered.
Further to my editorial last week on the dangers of texting and driving – a special report by Trucking Australia this week detailed the thoughts of a Queensland truck driver who stated the one issue undermining the safety of the trucking industry was mobile phones and texting.
On this episode of Car Torque, we had a full house in the studio as Matty J was joined by Adrian, Ed, Tyron, Harley and Rob to discuss underrated cars of the 2000's, as well as give our pics to what we would get! Don't forget to subscribe rate and review!By Matthew Janineh.
Holden as a brand almost seems forgotten by buyers but there’s elements of its fully imported range that deserves attention and offers excellent value for money.
Talking about Nissan’s luxury brand Infiniti and more specifically their Q50 sedan – in this instance, the rip-roaring 3.0-litre twin turbo Red Sport flagship at nearly $75,000.
Mitsubishi freshened in small ASX SUV last year with some welcome updates –and our top-selling small SUV has really hit a sweet spot with buyers.
I had a call this week from a listener who’s a regular commuter on the M5 and he tells me that despite the increase in demerit points and fines he still sees many drivers texting while driving.
On this episode of Car Torque Matty, Adrian and Burak were on the show. We discussed trying to find Adrian find a new daily and giving up, talk about Australian Burnouts and all things inbetween! Don't forget to subscribe rate and review!By Matthew Janineh.
Jaguar has rationalized the latest mid-life update of its XE sedan from 15 units down to just 2 deleting the diesel models and now offering just one 2.0-litre 221kW petrol engine linked to an eight-speed automatic – The latest XE gets a mild facelift and new interior, pricing starting with the R-Dynamic SE at $65,670, running to $71,940 for the ...…
I’ve just experienced my first week behind the wheel of an electric car for my daily commute of 35 kms each way to and from the city.
Lexus quietly introduced a new ES sedan last September, the ES300H hybrid sedan is based on the Camry petrol/electric architecture but is a much more stylish, premium, sport and individual package and a big step up with far more luxury to earlier ES models.
The Lexus ES sedan has long been seen as just a dressed up Toyota Camry, but in the latest model launched last September it is a very much more an individual package.
On this episode of Car Torque, I was joined by Adrian and Ed as we talked all things timeless design, as well as discussed our favourites and debated what makes a car timeless.By Matthew Janineh.
We are back!!! we return for the Sunday Kickback from a different location, with the same faces! Matty J, Anthony and Alam discuss their latest with their cars, answer questions and discuss their car of the week. Don't forget to subscribe rate and review!By Matthew Janineh.
The NSW Opposition Leader Michael Daley recently announced that if elected he’d introduce a new luxury car tax in the form of increased stamp duty on new and used vehicles – raising stamp duty to $7 per $100 on cars over $100,000 and $9 per $100 over $150,000.
Talking further on Nissan’s luxury brand Infiniti – more specifically the small premium Q30 hatch and higher-riding QX30 SUV – both sitting on Mercedes-Benz A-Class and GLA-Class platforms powered by 2.0-litre 155kW turbo petrol engines with seven-speed dual-clutch automatics .
Talking about Nissan’s luxury brand Infiniti – a brand still relatively unknown in many quarters in fact having just tested several models I was surprised at the low recognition level of the brand and few people know of its association with Nissan.
The Australian Formula One Grand Prix circus kicks the year off in Melbourne this weekend and I am sure most Australian’s will be backing our own Daniel Ricciardo to take the chequered flag in front of a home crowd.
A new Toyota Corolla arrived last August – I vividly remember driving one of the first generation models back in 1967.
I guess we’re used to Elon Musk pulling surprises however I’m sure existing Tesla owners are rather dismayed by the recent announcement by Tesla Australia that it was slashing prices on it Model S sedan and Model X SUV.
Porsche has dropped diesel power from its latest Macan model with the refreshed all-wheel-drive Macan SUV now kicking off at $81,400 for the four-cylinder and 97,500 for the 3.0-litre V6 S model – price rises of 1,300 and $2,000 respectively.
A chance this week to sit down with the Kia’s Chief Operating Officer Damien Meredith.
On this episode of Car Torque, I was joined by Luka, Adrian and James from the Tuesday Review as we tried to find out what cars could Adrian potentially buy for under 5k as a daily (harder than we thought). We catch up with Lukas update with the Forester as well as talk about the most pointless but coolest features on modern cars. Don't forget ...…
Driving Lexus’s high-end flagship LC500 Coupe – a knockout design for Toyota’s luxury brand – above all else the Lexus LC500 is a very individual car.
It’s well documented that the 33 % luxury car tax fails to target mainly luxury cars with the main contributor the work horse Toyota LandCruiser Prado, a favourite with farmers and recreational off-roaders alike – a tax on a tax as it’s applied on top of the 10% GST enhanced price.
Holden suffered a 32.7 percent drop in sales last year – its first year as a full line importer with its market share dropping to just 5.1 per cent, well down on its 9.5 per cent in 2014.
First round of the V8 Supercars takes place in Adelaide this weekend with the Superloop sponsored Adelaide 500 to be run in what looks like record temperatures.
On this episode of Car Torque, Matty J, Adrian and Ed discuss their latest car updates, Ed tells us what his current inventory is and discusses a chase he went on to get back an old car thats been in his family since new in the 80's, we get the latest with Adrian's E46 M3 and Matt has some issues with the F6 Typhoon. Don't forget to subscribe r ...…
A fifth generation Subaru Forester arrived last September introducing a new level of technology that puts this all-wheel-drive SUV right up there with the very best in a body that offers far more room but disappointingly differs little in style.
Not surprisingly the move away from diesel fuel continues with private diesel passenger car sales in January dropping 46 per cent on January 2017 while non-private diesel passenger car sales fell by 8.8 per cent.
Talking further on the next generation Mazda 3 I previewed this week, due on sale in the second quarter.
The Mazda 3 has been a perennial favourite with small car buyers, and while it’s a close No.2 seller behind the top-selling Toyota Corolla it commands a larger proportion of private buyers.
An article appeared this week titled “Autonomous vehicles could spell the end of the car industry as we know it” – a report suggesting that fully automated vehicles could eliminate congestion - an on-demand ride share service would see less than 10 per cent
The move to electric cars is ramping up with Infrastructure Australia this week calling for a nationwide roll-out of electric fast charging sites – the independent government agency that vets major infrastructure proposals claiming the advent of electric vehicles could be as large a change to the economy as the move from steam to diesel trains.…
I’ve just been driving Ford’s Mustang in both Coupe and Convertible form, both 5.0-litre V8’s with the benefit of a new 10-speed automatic in lieu of the old six speeders, both with the benefit of manual shift paddles.
Ford’s Mustang in its sixth-generation has been a runaway success – the first factory right hand drive Mustang quickly becoming the top-selling sports car under $80,000.
On this episode of Car Torque I was joined by Alam, James and new comer Ed, as we talked about recent car events, the obsqure cars Ed owns and cars that have had famous peoples names or companies on them (most not very good...). Don't forget to subscribe rate and review!By Matthew Janineh.
On this Episode of Car Torque, we link up with Alam Via phone in Canberra, as we talk about his WRX woes, events that are coming up and spinoffs! In the studio was James from the Tuesday Review, Matty J and Alam! Don't forget to subscribe rate and review!By Matthew Janineh.
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