3rd August 2016
PetrolBlog stumbles across some wonderful footage of the Fiat Ritmo (Strada) and requests that Fiat's oddball is given greater respect.
26th July 2016
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.
11th May 2016
Nice pear? According to a 1983 review in the Motorists Guide, the Renault 14 was 'quite a nice car', but one that was unlikely impress the neighbours.
26th January 2016
From a 1961 Citroën 2CV Sahara to a 2007 Citroën C6, we list 10 cars most likely to appeal when part of the Trigano collection is auctioned at Retromobile.
20th January 2016
Bella! PetrolBlog falls in love with an Autobianchi Bianchina Panoramica - a shooting brake made for the middle class ladies of Milan.
5th January 2016
Line up your cheese footballs and don your party hats, because the Renault 5 Gordini – or more specifically, the Renault 5 Alpine – is turning 40 […]
24th September 2015
David Milloy charts the rise and fall of the rotary-engined Citroën GS Birotor, the French equivalent of the NSU Ro80.
30th July 2015
PetrolBlog is off to test the all-new Volvo S60 Cross Country. So naturally it's time to salute the AMC Eagle - the original American crossover.
10th July 2015
In the days before Vorsprung Durch Technik, Audi needed used pretty girls to add sex appeal to its cars. Well this was the 1970s.
30th June 2015
Now PetrolBlog is really spoiling you. Having spotted an orange Fiat 131 Racing in rural Germany, we had to take some photos and write some words.
18th June 2015
David Milloy remembers the Talbot-Matra Murena, the final sports car Matra would ever make and a car that's all but forgotten in the UK. PB flies the flag.
8th January 2014
Following PetrolBlog's nostalgic look back at the Lancia 2000 Sedan, we received a rather brilliant email from Italy about a 500,000-mile 'Ingrid Bergmann'.