i stand by my view that all top gear's apart from the UK one are rubbish. there is no need for them. yes, top gear is a successful show, but thanks to a little thing called "globalisation", we can buy pretty much any car we want all around the world,
Let me tell you about the situation here in the First World, otherwise known as the United States. You can't buy any car you want from around the world. American cars, yes. Japanese cars, from their Big Three and their subsidiary branches, yes, but otherwise, it's difficult. Even Subarus are difficult to get a hold of. Korean cars, only from Hyundai and Kia. For German cars, there are more combined dealers than stand-alone ones; just to cite one example, my local Honda dealer is also my local Merc and Audi dealer. You can get VWs, but you can't get Skodas and Seats. Swedish cars are pretty rare, and they're mostly sold through combined dealerships. Italian cars are also pretty rare; you can't get a Fiat here until FiatChrysler brings the 500 over next year. British cars are a slightly different story. When Ford owned Jag, they built up the dealership network as an independent marque, and when Tata bought them, they maintained the dealer network. That combined dealer near my place also is my local Jag dealer (and, yes, I'm very, very tempted). Astons and Bentleys, though...I think there are less than a dozen Aston dealers in the US.
So, no, you can't get anything you want, even in the US. And the imported cars we do get in the US are different than the Euro models due to emissions regulations and such.
Let me cite one major difference that illustrates why we in the US need a localized Top Gear: your gallon is 1.2 of our gallons.
ETA: Realized I forgot about the frogs. No, we don't get any Citroens, Peugeots, or or Renaults here either. Nor do we want them, but that's a different story.