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That, then, was programme four. And that means we’re more than halfway through the current series. Boo and indeed hiss.

As we know from the comments that appear below these blogs, all of you lovely people out there on the webernet are more than capable of telling us what you did and didn’t like about each show – and we really do appreciate that feedback – so rather than going over what you’ve just seen, let’s look forward to what you can expect when Top Gear returns from next week’s enforced break.

We’ve got Jeremy, Richard and James taking over an art gallery, we’ve got the Lexus LF-A, we’ve got Jeremy’s cost-effective test of the BMW X6 and we’ve got possibly the most epic and amazing special Top Gear has ever made as the boys attempt to get from the heart of the Bolivia rain forest to the coastline of Chile in three 4x4s they bought from the local version of Auto Trader. Trust us, that one will really be worth a watch.

In the meantime, please do let us know what you thought of tonight’s show…

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