Car Review: Long Jump: BMW M2 vs Honda Civic Type R vs Jeep SRT8 vs Caterham 620S | Track&Field

Car Review: Long Jump: BMW M2 vs Honda Civic Type R vs Jeep SRT8 vs Caterham 620S | Track&Field

Awesome Review: Long Jump: BMW M2 vs Honda Civic Type R vs Jeep SRT8 vs Caterham 620S | Track&Field



It’s the final day of the carwow games and the final event of the competition. We’ve tested break power, speed (in reverse), drifting and exhaust pressure. So now we come to our last event, the long jump, testing coasting ability! We would have loved to have actually launched these cars into the air but sadly that’s a bill we don’t want to pay, so instead we’ve slipped these cars into neutral and created a nail biting finish to our competition in true carwow fashion. Who will claim carwow glory and be crowned overall champion of the carwow games?

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Day 1: Reverse Drag Race —

Day 2: Drift Gymnastics —

Day 3: Exhaust Shot Put —

Day 4: Braking Javelin —

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32 Replies to “Car Review: Long Jump: BMW M2 vs Honda Civic Type R vs Jeep SRT8 vs Caterham 620S | Track&Field”

  1. Fucking clickbait, I thought it was a real jump over some obstacle. Come on, do it. Autoexpress jumped a 488 Spider, you can jump these too. They won't break.

  2. Hi there ,I was wondering if you can make a video comparison between different SUV or SPV to see what is the most dog friendly vehicle/for example loading hight ,any accessories,space….not all dogs can be lifted and not all can jump higher/,might be interesting I bet lots of dog owners might be considered.Thanks

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