11th December 2018
The Peugeot 309 was developed as the Talbot Horizon but became the first Peugeot to be built in Britain. But it's in danger of becoming extinct in the UK.
5th September 2018
The Automobili Amos Lancia Delta Futurista is the reimagining of a cult classic. So, why is PETROLBLOG left feeling so nonplussed?
23rd August 2018
The Renault 18 Turbo: the first mass-market turbocharged car and the first from a volume manufacturer. Let's celebrates the turbo saloon for the common man.
13th August 2018
Based on the 1972 Skoda 110 Super Sport concept, the Skoda Ferat appeared in a movie about a vampire-like car that ran on blood. It's fangtastic. Probably.
10th August 2018
With the front end of the Saab 99 and the rear end of a Saab 900, the Saab 90 was a bit of an oddball. A compromised saloon or the best of both worlds?
28th April 2017
PETROLBLOG dons its rose-tinted spectacles to pose the unlikely question: is the Daihatsu Charade XTE the best car in the world? Well, is it?
20th April 2017
PetrolBlog stumbles across a Dutch TV ad for the Renault 20 TS, complete with evocative Tangerine Dream soundtrack.
28th September 2016
PetrolBlog makes a case for the defence of the Spanish Renault 7, arguing that it deserves to be categorised as a good Shatchback. What do you think?
20th September 2016
It's time for another update of 'PetrolBlog in Unexpected Places', which this time features Chocky and a delightful Citroën CX Familiale.
19th September 2016
PetrolBlog stumbles across an advert for Richard Grant Accessories and starts to reminisce about the days when plastic was fantastic. Of sorts.
16th September 2016
PetrolBlog stumbles across a German television ad for the original Honda Jazz. It's guaranteed to funk up your Friday.
3rd August 2016
PetrolBlog stumbles across some wonderful footage of the Fiat Ritmo (Strada) and requests that Fiat's oddball is given greater respect.