Top Gear Season 17 Episode 6

Top Gear Season 17 Episode 6 is already the last episode of Top Gear Season 17. In this episode of Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson and James May pay a visit to the seaside in electric cars: the Nissan Leaf and the Peugeot iOn. In May 2011 the boys had already been sighted shooting for this episode. Jeremy also 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 that attempts to set a new lap record at the Top Gear Test Track.

Chat about this Episode 6 of Season 17 of Top Gear in the comments below! The new episode airs today July 31st 2011 at 8pm on BBC2 and BBC HD.

Update: Download Top Gear Season 17 Episode 6 torrent here.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Hm and again the only interessting part seems to be the Aventador, the rest doesn’t float my boat really.
    To be honest I’m dissapointed of this season so far and it is IMO the weakest TG season. I won’t say bad because it still got the TG charisma but the challenges were not so good as I hoped they would be and I miss a good old Cheap Car Challenge.

    I hope this was just a minor cliffhanger and the next season will be as good as the previous ones.

  2. At the end of the day, to watch a proper car show you need to tune into fifth gear, its definately a more car orientated show but its all a bit rushed because its only about 20 mins long due to adverts and it has nicked plenty of ideas from top gear to evolve from a rubbish channel 5 show to a more respected car reviewer. But Top Gear has the comedy, charisma and all round entertainment. Its a top programme but you do get the sense its always set up to generate laughs, unlike past seasons when it was much more natural and off the cuff humour. But for all its faults it still appeals to the masses and they have had to become the show it is today because people want to be entertained. Keep up the good work Top Gear.

  3. No one else FURIOUS to see Collins back? Of all the drivers associated with TG why, oh why send him? I got so mad I couldn’t concentrate on the rest of the piece which I’d found really interesting until that point.

  4. @Laurie, I loved it. Especially, the reaction of Richard Hammond saying hi to him :p

    In the end I do not think it was a good idea, because we all understand the story behind the Stig, but does the average person watching the show know that they swapped Stigs?

    I still here people talking about episodes from years ago, because they are here on the local channel. The new ones will air next year so a lot of people do not have a clue what is happening.

    I even saw 5 minutes of the Australian show. I did not have time to watch it completely but I will do next week.

    MR

  5. I cannot believe the number of people who have tagged this series ‘not as good as usual’ etc…etc…

    You people are vultures! – do you not understand what is required? The hard work it takes to continue such a phenomenon? Particularly under such budget restrictions?

    This is just three guys…talking about cars in their own UNIQUE way…for our entertainment. It works. Don’t mess with it – leave it to the experts. They do it better than anyone else could – that’s why they are where they are.

    This season has been brilliant…as have all the rest – and I for one thought the mark of solidarity towards Collins showed that they were more than ‘annoyed, petulant children’ Collins was asked, and he chose to appear – that shows maturity on both sides and I applaud that.

    I apologise for my rant – but I implore the producers of this show to NOT.CHANGE.A.THING. You know what you are doing.

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