After nearly 150 episodes, the CarExpert Podcast is getting an update.

    Launching in the coming weeks, the new Podcast will be available as an audio stream through your favourite podcast provider as is currently the case – but it’ll also be published on YouTube for the first time.

    Like any good automotive update, we haven’t thrown the old format away entirely. Instead, we’ve taken the bits we know people loved and refined them, and thrown away some of the things regular listeners didn’t like – call it the Porsche 911 approach.

    That means you’ll still be getting the latest news, reviews, and opinions about the motoring world. And where most facelifts come with a price rise in the motoring world, the CarExpert Podcast is still free…

    With this change, Mandy Turner will be leaving the CarExpert team for now. We’d like to thank Mandy for her audio expertise, professional presenter’s voice, and unwavering enthusiasm.

    If you ever see a beige Beetle on Melbourne roads, make sure to check if it’s her. If you see one parked on the side of the road with oil spilling out, chances are it’s definitely her.

    Where to find the CarExpert Podcast

    You can find the CarExpert Podcast on your favourite podcast platform. If in doubt, simply click on the RSS feed below, or follow the links to the Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts applications to subscribe.

    It’ll also soon be live on our YouTube channel. If you haven’t already, subscribe to get all the latest new car reviews.

    Scott Collie

    Scott Collie is an automotive journalist based in Melbourne, Australia. Scott studied journalism at RMIT University and, after a lifelong obsession with everything automotive, started covering the car industry shortly afterwards. He has a passion for travel, and is an avid Melbourne Demons supporter.

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