The Cars Of... - a new feature in which PetrolBlog documents its travels around the world (well, Europe), by snapping pics of a PetrolBlog nature.
A radio station came under fire today for what its listeners claim was a deliberate attempt to mislead them into entering a competition to win a Volvo XC90.
Exclusive news: ahead of its debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, PetrolBlog gets the lowdown on the all-new 2015 Vauxhall Viva.
Auction world left shocked as a rare Italian two-seater fails to meet its pre-auction estimate at the prestigious Pebble Mill Concorde d'Extraordinary.
Hands up if you remember the Fiat Argenta. Anyone? No? OK, well let PetrolBlog take you down memory lane as we pay tribute to the oft-forgotten "luxury car"
With only 16 cars left on the road, the Daihatsu Applause is close to extinction in the UK. Time to save the car that put two fingers up at the Shatchback?
So here I am, once again regretting the sale of a car. This time, it’s a 1994 Honda Prelude 2.2 VTEC, purchased just nine months ago. Back then I was looking for a sporty coupé because, after seven years of driving big saloons, I fancied something lighter and a little more fun to drive. I would […]
PetrolBlog says goodbye to the Daewoo Musso 2.9 TD, which has left for pastures new. It's been an interesting 12 months, but there are no regrets.
Confessions of a serial car tart. No, not the name of a 1970s-themed PetrolBlog movie, more a confession from our editor and chief waffler.
As Fiat unveils the Panda 4x4 Antarctica 'Penguin' special edition, PetrolBlog takes a look back at the best Panda special editions of the past 30 years.