|Top Gear Australia|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Original network||Nine Network|
|Original release||30 August 2011 –|
28 April 2012
The fourth series of the television series Top Gear Australia aired in Australia from 30 August 2011 until 28 April 2012, consisting of six episodes. The presenting line-up featured Steve Pizzati, Shane Jacobson, Ewen Page and The Stig.
This would be the last series of Top Gear as it was cancelled in 2012 due to declining ratings of the last two series.
|22||1||Series 4, Episode 1||Volvo S60 T6 • Toyota FJ Cruiser||Blind rallying||Andy Lee||30 August 2011|
|23||2||Series 4, Episode 2||Redback Spider||Audi R8 V10 Spyder vs. VW Amarok mountain race • Jet powered Daihatsu||Hamish Blake • Andy Lee||6 September 2011|
|24||3||Series 4, Episode 3||Chery J1||Drag racing • Modified Suzuki Mighty Boy||Shane Crawford • Wendell Sailor||13 September 2011|
|25||4||Series 4, Episode 4||Jaguar XJ • HSV Grange||Movie stunts||Glen Boss • Damien Oliver||7 April 2012|
|26||5||Series 4, Episode 5||Ford Performance Vehicles GT • Renault Clio RS||Attempting a new Peel P50 world speed record • V8 Sedan (FPV GT) vs Hot Hatch (Clio RS)||Natalie Gruzlewski||14 April 2012|
|27||6||Series 4, Episode 6||Holden Efijy • Mitsubishi MiEV • Toyota Prius • Holden Commodore • Ford ECOnetic||Beach buggy battle • Alternate fuel cars||Jamie Durie||28 April 2012|
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