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Muddy boots and simplicity: Justin’s Toyota Celica T230

Justin Time is back with a second report on his Toyota Celica T230. He loves driving it, but he also appreciates the boot. Here’s why.

Cop a load of this ex-police Range Rover P38A

This ex-police Range Rover P38A was part of the fleet operated by Cheshire Constabulary. The P38A was an incredibly popular cop car.

Shednesday: Mk1 Honda HR-V

Ben Carter shares PetrolBlog’s love of the Honda HR-V. For this week’s Shednesday, he’s selected four prime cuts from the Facebook counter.

Bucking the trend: everybody loves the Proton Jumbuck

A high survival rate and strong values aren’t things you’d associate with a Proton. It’s why the Proton Jumbuck pick-up is bucking the trend.

Shednesday: Suzuki Baleno

Ben serves up a Suzuki Baleno feast for Shednesday. Would sir or madam prefer the hatchback, saloon or estate? Everyone’s a winner.

Shednesday: Jaguar S-Type V8

Ben Carter has downed a packet of brave bills for this week’s Shednesday. A tatty Jaguar S-Type V8 with some rust and questionable stains.

Not just for girls: the weird and wonderful WiLL Vi

Based on the Toyota Yaris, the WiLL Vi was a small four-door saloon aimed at young Japanese winning. Here’s how you can buy one in the UK.

Shednesday: Mid-life crisis coupés

Ben Carter is on the verge of a mid-life crisis. He’s been looking at coupes, but only because he knows that he doesn’t want one. Or does he?

William has had enough of these top ten lists

William Dickey has had enough of top 10 cars lists. Here, he names the worst offenders, including ‘worst cars’ and ’worst car names’.

This Opel Monza will make your mouth water

There’s a 1979 Opel Monza 3.0 E available via a Car & Classic auction. Come for the 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine, stay for the red velour.

Shednesday: A plethora of Proton cars

Ben Carter is settling into his role of Grandmaster Shednesday. Here he picks a plethora of Proton cars, including a Satria GTI and Jumbuck.

Shednesday: Honda Integra 1.5 automatic

Monday, Tuesday, Shednesday. Here’s Ben Carter with a tempting Honda Integra for sale on Facebook Marketplace. No, not THAT Integra…

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The French Car Critical List 2020: Peugeot

Using DVLA registration data, PetrolBlog has updated the French Car Critical List. These are the rarest Peugeot models of the 70s, 80s and 90s.

The French Car Critical List 2020: Renault

Using DVLA registration data, PetrolBlog has updated the French Car Critical List. These are the rarest Renault models of the 70s, 80s and 90s.

The French Car Critical List 2020: Citroën

Using DVLA registration data, PetrolBlog has updated the French Car Critical List. These are the rarest Renault models of the 70s, 80s and 90s.

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Hands up if you think the DS is a Citroën

Citroën has chosen to airbrush the DS and SM from its family tree, a decision that has left PetrolBlog feeling a little irritated. Sacrebleu, etc.

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Time to say goodbye: Honda Civic Type-R

It’s last orders at the bar for the Honda Civic Type-R. Production for the UK market has ceased due to the Euro V emissions regulations, so […]

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