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Top Gear: Bolivia Special is a special 76-minute episode of the motoring series Top Gear, originally broadcast on BBC Two in the United Kingdom at 19:45 on 27 December 2009. This is episode 6 of series 14.[1]


James May bought a Suzuki SJ413 which "...was blue in the picture," but red when delivered. The Suzuki had a 1.3-litre engine and was the smallest of the three vehicles. Despite this, it did not undergo modifications, and broke down the least (the main reason for it breaking down was when water entered the fuel tank while fording the jungle river). One disadvantage of this vehicle was its broken 4-wheel drive system, which made it a "3-wheel drive system;" May had not engaged one of the free-wheeling hubs to the lock position. Another major problem was that the alternator was broken, requiring his car battery to be swapped with Hammond's. It was still a very capable off-roader, especially when its small engine and size are considered, but the ride was consistently dreadful.


James May bought a red Suzuki Jimny with a 1.3 litre engine, which was the smallest of the three vehicles, and the most mocked. Despite this, it did not undergo modifications, and broke down the least (the main reason for it breaking down was when water entered the fuel tank while fording the jungle river). One disadvantage of this vehicle was its broken 4-wheel drive system, which made it a "3-wheel drive system"; May had not engaged one of the free-wheeling hubs to the lock position. He also noted that when he purchased it off the internet the ad said it was blue. It was still a very capable off roader, especially when its small engine and size are considered, though Clarkson's Range Rover was still declared to be the ultimate winner.


After almost four years of working together with the authorities of the Plurinational State of Bolivia in the fight against drug trafficking of illicit substances and related crimes through the project "Support to the special anti-drug forces in the application of Bolivian law", the European Union wants to continue the work already done with this new phase.


Finca Takesi's owners claim it is the highest coffee farm in the world, and we aren't arguing with them. Its extraordinary elevation seems to intensify the flavors of all its coffees, but most especially its Geisha. This lot combines the persistent sweetness and delicate florals that are a hallmark of the Geisha cultivar with a basket full of juicy fruit.


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