Jeremy tests the Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG. James road tests the Honda Element. Richard and James have a game of car football using the Toyota Aygo. Jeremy test the Land Rover Range Rover Sport by trying to avoid getting shot by a Challenger II tank.
Jeremy reviews Maserati's latest super-car, the MC12. The team are challenged to buy 2-door coupés that are not Porsches for under £1500, so James buys a Jaguar XJS, Richard a BMW 635 CSi and Jeremy a Mitsubishi Starion turbo, and they put them through a series of tests to see who got the best deal. Comedian Jack Dee is the Star In A Reasonably Priced Car.
James goes back to the 1970's when he reviews the Maserati Bora. Jeremy compares Germany's and Russia's interpretations of British sports cars, the Wiesmann MF3 and TVR Tuscan, and The Stig takes them both for a lap of the test track. Christopher Eccleston is the Star In A Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy reviews the Cadillac CTS-V, and The Stig takes it for a lap of the test track. Richard tests the new BMW 3-Series on the M4 corridor. The presenters' mothers compare three new small cars, the Renault Modus, Honda Jazz and Peugeot 1007. Britain's only Iranian comedian, Omid Djalili, is the Star In A Reasonably Priced Car.
James road tests Nissan's new 4WD, the Murano. Jeremy goes back to the 1960's in an attempt to define "cool" when he reviews the Aston Martin DB5 and the Jaguar E-Type, and The Stig takes them both on a lap of the test track. Richard goes to the Autodromo Riccardo Paletti in Italy to drive the new Maserati Gran Sport coupé. Damon Hill starts a new board for Formula One drivers when he takes the Suzuki Liana on a lap of the test track.
Jeremy, driving a Mercedes McLaren SLR, takes on Richard and James on a boat in a challenge to see who gets from Heathrow Airport, London to Oslo quicker. The Stig takes the Aston Martin DBR9 racing car on a lap of the test track.
Jeremy races a Fiat Panda against marathon runner A.C. Muir around the London Marathon circuit in the morning rush hour. Jeremy reviews the TVR Sagaris. Justin Hawkins is the Star In A Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy reviews the Ferrari F430. The trio take some convertibles, Jeremy an Audi TT, Richard a Nissan 350Z and James a Chrysler Crossfire, to Iceland to put them through a series of challenges. Sir Tim Rice is the Star In A Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy tests the Renaultsport Megane and the Vauxhall Astra VXR and compare both of them to the VW Golf GTi. Richard and James are having a game of "Road Test Russian Roulette", which involves them testing various cars while driving the car's owner back home (since the owners are drunk). Jeremy reviews the new BMW M5.
Jeremy tests the BMW 535d. Richard goes to Iceland to see whether is it possible to drive over a lake. James travels to Dubai to test the Bentley Continental Flying Spur. The boys test various off-road toys (buggies, ATV quad bikes, hover-crafts, etc.) to see which is the most fun.
Richard test the new Vauxhall Monaro VXR. James attempt to recreate the Top Gear theme song by using the engine noises from various cars. The winner of The Best Driving Song is announced. Jeremy tests the Ford F-150 SVT Lightning pick-up truck. Richard travels to Spain to test the Lamborghini Murciélago Roadster.
Jeremy road tests the new Porsche Cayman. Richard explains the history of British racing green. James and Richard play with life-size radio-controlled cars that is based on real life cars. Jeremy tests the new Audi RS4 by races it to the top Verdon Gorge in France against a speed climber.
The boys are having a road trip to the famous Milau Viaduct bridge in France in supercars of their choice (Jeremy in his own Ford GT, Richard a Pagani Zonda and James in a Ferrari F430 Spyder). In the news segment, the boys announce their Emmy win for Best Non-scripted Entertainment category. Jeremy reviews the Ford Focus ST.
Richard tests the new Pagani Zonda F. In the news segment, the boys mourn the death of rally driver Richard Burns. The boys were given 10,000 pounds each and were told to buy a supercar for less than 10,000 pounds. The catch is that the supercars they bought must be mid-engine and Italian. The end result is Jeremy buying a Maserati Merak (which it claimed to be an SS version), Richard a Ferrari 308 GT4 and James a Lamborghini Urraco. James reviews the new Renault Clio by having a race through the streets of Lisbon in Portugal against a downhill mountain biker.
Richard reviews the Marcos TSO GT2. James compares the new 4WD Porsche 911 Carrera 4 to the RWD Porsche 911 Carrera 2 by having the Stig doing a lap in both cars around the indoor exhibition rally track of World Rally Championship at the Millennium Stadium. The boys are having another epic race from Italy to England with Richard and James using a light aircraft (since James has a pilot license) against Jeremy in the Buggati Veyron
Jeremy tests the Volkswagen Golf R32 and the BMW 130i. Richard and James are having a time trial race at the Prescott Hill Climb Course by pitting an Austin-Healey Spite (representing the old generation) against a modified Peugeot 306 (representing the young generation) to settle an argument about modern day driving. Richard tests the new Mazda MX-5 by racing it against a greyhound at a dog-racing dirt track. Jeremy attempts to see if he can get around the Laguna Seca race track posting the same lap time as he did on the "Gran Turismo 4" video game (using the same ...