In the latest episode of the motoring show, Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris are on a mission to find used cars for less than £500.
The vehicles rolled around a scrapyard before being crushed.
However, the challenge’s finale left BBC viewers out of the show, with many expressing their dismay on Twitter. One person with an angry face emoji wrote: “Why scrap them? What a waste of good cars “
Echoing his comments, someone else said
Just caught channel surfing and BBC’s Top Gear crushing Mazda – what a waste! That car could have put other better examples on the road. While a third commented: “Shame how Top Gear destroys half-decent cars forever, when they could easily be donated to struggling families.” Huh.”
Handed over the keys to the beautiful new Maserati MC20 at the show
After getting into the car seat—which reaches 200mph and can go from 0-60 in 2.9 seconds—Harris stuffed the boot with takeaway pizza. Harris’s argument was that, although the rear of the car was not suitable for a supercar Quite big, it’s also right next to the engine.
Harris Resists Typing Himself
This apparently makes it “perfect for keeping things warm,” including enough pizza to make delivery for the evening. Harris couldn’t resist tinkering with himself, managing to burn his mouth and calling it “very hot” was declared.