6th January 2021
UK new car registrations in 2020 plunged to their lowest level since 1992. What were the best-selling cars in the year of the recession?
24th November 2020
The Citroën ZX Furio was an insurance-friendly warm hatch powered by a 1.8-litre petrol engine. There's one for sale on Auto Trader. You should buy it.
16th November 2020
The Toyota Camry Sport was unveiled at the 1996 British Motor Show. It was designed to appeal to a youthful audience, but it failed to spice up the Camry.
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
10th November 2020
There's a Daihatsu Sirion for sale on Auto Trader. It's next owner will probably be its last, which is why PetrolBlog wants to spend the winter months in it
4th November 2020
Club PetrolBlog members were sent an email about a competition to win a copy of the book Cars We Loved in the 1990s. Here are the best responses.
29th October 2020
It hasn't been a good year for Elaine Beige the FFB Classic 570. Months in storage, weeks at a garage, and not a single night spent away from home. Oh dear.
26th October 2020
There are just four examples of the Citroën ZX 16v taxed in the UK. Is the hottest version of the Citroën ZX hatchback endanger of extinction?
23rd October 2020
Chris Barker returns to the pages of PetrolBlog to pen a poignant farewell to his trusty Volvo 850 SE. An epic beard meets black steelies. Great combo.
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.
20th August 2020
The first Proton Saga rolled off the production line in Malaysia in July 1985. Four years later, the first Proton arrived in the UK, with prices from £5,999