20th August 2021
Club PetrolBlog members were asked to name the most beautiful PetrolBloggy car for the chance to win an exclusive illustration by Russ Wallis
12th August 2021
It upset members of Parliament and people in France, but the man from Porsche seemed to like the Unmistakeably German ad for the Citroën C5.
26th May 2021
Getting to grips with Shednesday is as easy as learning your A, B, C. Which is why Ben Carter has gone full alphabet for you.
29th January 2021
The Citroën ZX is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Here's why the family hatchback deserves to be remembered for its understated brilliance.
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.
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?
13th September 2020
The Citroën Xsara Windows CE was a digital car in an analogue age. There's one for sale at next weekend's Aguttes sale of collectors cars and automobilia.
12th June 2020
There are rumours that the government will introduce a new scrappage scheme in 2020. With this in mind, here are the Citroën cars that were lost in 2009.
15th May 2020
Using DVLA registration data, PetrolBlog has updated the French Car Critical List. These are the rarest Renault models of the 70s, 80s and 90s.
17th April 2020
There's a delightful, low-mileage, Citroën AX Salsa for sale on Auto Trader. PetrolBlog asks: is it worth the £2,500 asking price? Well, is it?
16th April 2020
In 2006, when Citroën decided to enter the Chinese supermini sector, it turned to Peugeot for help. The result was the Citroën C2, but not as we know it.
20th February 2020
The Citroën Xsara Enterprise was a van based on the Xsara estate. But did you know there was also an Irish market van based on the Xsara Coupe?