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The third series of the television series Top Gear aired in the United Kingdom on October 26, 2003 and concluded on December 28, 2003, and contained 9 episodes.

Episodes Edit

Episode Number Film(s) Power Test SIARPC
1 Jeremy heads to Detroit to drive the Ford GT before seeing if the Diesel powered Volkswagen Lupo is more economical than the petrol one by doing a lap of the M25. James reviews the all new BMW 5 Series. The Stig is killed when attempting to drive the Nitrous Jaguar on the HMS Invincible Ramp Porsche 911 GT3 (Richard) Martin Kemp
2 Jeremy heads to the Isle of Man to drive the new BMW M3 CSL before introducing a new Stig while playing a tribute to the old one. James and Richard then head to the Isle of Man to drive a series of legendary BMW M Cars. All three presenters then reunite to find the best two seater convertible on sale in the Isle of Man. Richard attempts to see how many Caravans a Volvo 240 can jump. None Stephen Fry
3 Jeremy heads to the English Riviera to drive the Bentley Continental GT, before racing a Saab 9-5 Aero against a BAE Sea Harrier. James reviews the Subaru Outback. Richard investigates the danger of drowning in a car. Saab 9-5 Aero (Jeremy) Rob Brydon
4 Richard has a look at several new tuned Mins before having a look at Lamborghinis Genesis with the Miura. James has a look at his dream supercar, the Lamborghini Countach comparing it to a Ferrari Boxer. Lamborghini Gallardo (Jeremy) Rich Hall
5 Jeremy sees how tough a Toyota Hilux Pick Up Truck by putting it through a number of tests. Richard sees a number of cars which will be considered future classics. James drives the new Fiat Panda. Mazda RX-8 (Jeremy) Simon Cowell
6 James puts the Hilux on top of a building to see how indestructible it is before driving the 1977 Aston Martin Vantage. Richard compares the Peugeot 307CC to the Renault Megane CC. Jeremy drives the Citroen C2. Holden Monaro (Jeremy) Sanjeev Bhaskar
7 Jeremy has a look at the new Porsche Cayenne Turbo. Richard drives the new McLaren Mercedes SLR. The presenter argue over the best British Car made today. Which professor can do the best burnout? MG XPower SV (Jeremy) Rory Bremner
8 Jeremy has a look at the 1960s Mercedes 280SL. Richard compares the new Nissan Miura to the Boeing 747. James reviews the 1970s Aston Martin Lagonda. Audi TT (Jeremy) Johnny Vegas
9 Jeremy drives the new Chrysler Crossfire. Richard has look of the Brabus Smart Roadster. James reviews the new Jaguar XJ6. Honda Civic Type R, Honda NSX Type R (Richard) Carol Voderman