11th November 2020
Bangerwatch is back. PetrolBlog reckons that the Mk1 Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec could be the ultimate budget all-rounder. Top Gear's Chris Haris agrees!
11th November 2020
Bristol Cars was wound up in March 2020, bringing to a close 73 years of eccentric British motoring history. Here are some delightfully British press photos
27th October 2020
It had a face only a mother could love, but PetrolBlog reckons the Subaru B9 Tribeca is worth a second look. Just don't look too hard at the aerosnout.
13th September 2020
The Citroën Xsara Windows CE was a digital car in an analogue age. There's one for sale at next weekend's Aguttes sale of collectors cars and automobilia.
27th August 2020
PetrolBlog spots a Vauxhall Meriva VXR in the wild. The bonkers version of the practical mini-MPV arrived in 2006 and there are fewer than 200 in the UK.
24th August 2020
In 2012, Jalopnik named Baby Poo Yellow (aka Baby Puke Yellow) as one of the worst car colours ever offered. PetrolBlog respectfully disagrees with this.
1st May 2020
When G-Wiz owner Linda Pilkington ran out of electric juice, Sharleen Spiteri of Texas fame was on hand to offer a plug socket and a cup of tea.
29th April 2020
There's a Mk2 Toyota Prius for sale for a touch over a grand. It's been to the moon and is on its way back, but could you give this old dog a home?
27th April 2020
There's a 2002 Lancia Thesis 3.0 V6 for sale in London for £6,999 and it's giving PetrolBlog sleepless nights. Does anyone have a spare £7k they don't need?
16th April 2020
In 2006, when Citroën decided to enter the Chinese supermini sector, it turned to Peugeot for help. The result was the Citroën C2, but not as we know it.
9th April 2020
Thoughts about the removable basket in the Nissan Almera Tino soon turned to memories of the Daihatsu Basket concept of 2009. See you on the veggie plot.
2nd April 2020
There's a really low-mileage Proton Satria for sale on Auto Trader. It's just as well the country is in lockdown, because PetrolBlog really fancies it.