21st January 2021
The talented Mr Chris Barker pens his first PetrolBlog post of 2021 by addressing the subject of gender neutrality in the car world.
20th January 2021
Nobody seems to talk about the Volkswagen Eos, so it might surprise you to discover that prices have dropped below the £1,000 mark.
20th January 2021
The Peugeot 309 XS is one of the rarest French cars in Britain, so this Mathewsons auction car has caught the attention of PetrolBlog.
19th January 2021
In the first PetrolBlog fleet update of 2021, the Toyota Camry passes its MOT, the Renault Safrane smells of petrol and the Megane is flat.
14th January 2021
Exmoor is prime Subaru country, so it shouldn't be a surprise to discover that a Dulverton apartment includes a Subaru MV in the front room.
8th January 2021
Fancy a luxury small car? PetrolBlog has pulled together a list of 10 small but perfectly formed luxurious motors, including the Clio Baccara.
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?
2nd December 2020
Move over, Portillo, because William Dickey has been on a virtual tour of the UK using his collection of Chrysler UK car brochures as a guide.
1st December 2020
Jerry and Janice Huot of Minnesota have completed an incredible 414,000 miles in a 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage. That's 16 times around the world.
27th November 2020
The Mercedes-Benz Museum has issued a selection of photos of Mercedes cars at the car wash. It's prime 10 of the Best fodder for PetrolBlog.
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.
17th November 2020
In an attempt to improve the mood of BMW fans across the world, here are some photos from a time when BMW made people smile. Even Demi Moore. Probably.