28th June 2011
According to howmanyleft.co.uk, there is only one Sao Penza left (legally) roaming the streets of Britain. That’s right, just one Sao Penza. And you’d forgotten all […]
20th June 2011
PetrolBlog launches a new series called Bangerwatch and kicks off with the Volvo 480. Sadly you won't find Kate Humble here.
6th June 2011
Two months and 1,781 miles of life with the PetrolBlog Shed. So how is the Honda Accord Type-Shed performing so far?
3rd May 2011
Glam metal band Cinderella once sang that you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone. Many a true word spoken by the long haired rockers […]
11th April 2011
Inspired by James Ruppert and Bangernomics, PetrolBlog buys a shed. Surely this can only end in tears? Driving on a wing and a prayer. And a budget.
9th December 2010
It is the kind of detail only a petrolhead would notice. Forget the controversy surrounding a cold dog, I doth my cap to John Lewis for […]
17th August 2010
The Nissan X-Trail has been around for the best part of a decade and as such is quite a common sight on Britain’s roads. But there’s […]
15th June 2010
Skeletons in the closet and guilty pleasures. PetrolBlog enters the confessional and declares a fondness for the Skoda Superb and Ford Probe.
12th May 2010
Remember the Sao Penza? The South African-built hatchback was essentially a rebadged Mazda 323. Good luck spotting one on Britain's roads.
7th May 2010
PetrolBlog takes look at the VW Polo Harlequin, Volkswagen's version of Joseph's Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Only with less singing. And no coat.
28th March 2010
PetrolBlog travels to London to buy a Daihatsu Cuore Avanzato TR-XX R4. Here's the story so far, including a report from the journey home.
25th March 2010
The Fiat Panda Italia 90 was the one of the best – and worst – special editions to grace the planet. Shouldn't more cars come with football hubcaps?