14th December 2019
The UK market Kia Pride may have died in the year 2000, but thanks to the mighty Saipa Motor Corporation, it's still available to buy new in Iran.
6th December 2019
PetrolBlog has added a 1997 Toyota Camry V6 to the fleet, a car that could have been worth up to £7,000 on a manufacturer scrappage scheme. Shudder.
27th November 2019
The Peugeot 106 Palm Beach was a special edition not sold in the UK, but its black bumpers and exposed steels wheels make it worthy of your attention.
21st November 2019
The Porsche C88 was a four-door saloon designed and built in response to the Chinese government's Family Car Project of 1994. It was VERY PetrolBloggy.
30th October 2019
It's fair to say that Quentin Willson wasn't a fan of the Citroën Xsara Coupe, slamming its styling and interior ambience. But was Mr Two Ls right?
28th October 2019
The new Seat Mii Electric isn't the company's first EV. That honour belongs to the Seat Toledo electric car produced for the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.
23rd October 2019
A new Honda Jazz is coming. While this is exciting, it's worth noting that, once upon a time, the Honda Jazz was essentially a rebadged Vauxhall Frontera.
19th June 2019
You might know David as the man behind Lobster Diecast, but the crucial thing here is that he's just bought himself a Mk1 Renault Twingo. La joie!
8th June 2019
PetrolBlog stumbles across a Peugeot 406 Coupe V6 which just happens to be for sale. The question is: should it be rescued? Answers on a postcard, please.
6th June 2019
Introducing the latest member of the PetrolBlog fleet: the very beige Tabbert FFB Classic 570 motorhome, which is based on a 1991 Fiat Ducato.
13th December 2018
How did you spend your honeymoon? Chances are it didn't involve taking a Fiat Tempra on an 8,000-mile American adventure. We doff our hat to Jim and Alan.
7th December 2018
This is the Skoda Felicia Fun, arguably one of the most 90s cars of the 1990s. To celebrate 20 years since its launch, PetrolBlog says hello to yellow.