3rd February 2014
Is the 4x4 Antarctica 'Penguin' the best Fiat Panda special edition of all-time? PetrolBlog takes a look at 30 years of Fiat Panda history to find out.
23rd January 2014
Chris Barker doesn't think much about the Nissan 100NX. In fact, he rips the unsuspecting car to shreds. PetrolBlog tries to mount a case for its defence.
21st January 2014
FailCar is back to provide a list of FailSafe future classics worth ploughing your money into. PetrolBlog giving financial advice - what could go wrong?
10th December 2013
Chris Barker returns to PetrolBlog to spout some waffle on the terror of Japanese coupes. Only PetrolBlog has a bit of a problem. We happen to like them...
21st November 2013
Graeme loves his Peugeot 306 Shatchback so much, he's taken to having the odd shower with it. You could say that his love of Shatch is blossoming.
7th October 2013
There's a new addition to the PetrolBlog Fleet - a 1996 Audi A4 1.8, complete with battleship grey paintwork and poverty-spec trim level. Very PetrolBloggy!
26th September 2013
It's a real case of 'we're running a Shatchback, so you don't have to', as Graeme buys a Peugeot 306 saloon and finds himself slowly falling in love with it
19th July 2013
Rafel Neria is a proper friend of PetrolBlog. So it's great that he has put pen to paper to tell a story of regret involving his rather wonderful Saab 9000 Aero.
12th July 2013
As the Citroën ZX 16v passes its MOT with flying colours, PetrolBlog now plans to treat it to its first track day and to finally rescue the Citroën AX GT from the abyss.
24th June 2013
PetrolBlog believes it's too long since Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes was screened on TV. So, it's proposing a 90s version and here are some cars for Gene Hunt.
17th June 2013
Car Confessional: PetrolBlog declares a love for a trio of Far Eastern saloons - affectionally known as Old FARTS - Proton Impian, Kia Magentis and Hyundai Sonata.
6th June 2013
It's Old Gold Top Gear, which this week features Chris Goffey and the Peugeot 106. It's aimed at women, so where better to start things off than in a supermarket?