Having chanced upon a picture of the Merstham Interchange in Surrey, PetrolBlog asks: what’s the strangest thing you’ve rescued from the tip?
Having sneaked a Toyota Camry and Renault Safrane through the door before Christmas, PetrolBlog will not be buying this Renault 25 Baccara for sale on eBay.
Reader Ben Day has written some words on his super-rare Mazda 323 Coupe. It features a PetrolBlog sticker, so it must be good.
The problem with working from home is that you don’t get to drive home for Christmas. Which is why I’m off to London to buy a £200 Renault Safrane.
The Hyundai Aura has been revealed. Although the Shatchback won’t be coming to the UK, it’s proof that you shouldn’t always believe a Tinder profile.
A 1973 Dodge Charger was one of the stars of the video accompanying The Verve’s 1992 single Gravity Grave. PetrolBlog has discovered that the car is history
(What’s the story) Romanian glory. The Dacia SupeRNova was the first car to be launched by the Romanian company following the takeover by Renault in 1999.
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.
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.
Stolen Shatchback! In 2003, the Vauxhall Belmont was Britain’s most stolen car. Home Office figured showed that 99 were stolen for every 1,000 registered.
PetrolBlog serves up an ace in the form of the Opel Corsa Steffi Special. You’ll love it, if only for the seat covers (and pictures of Steffi Graf).
The Citroën SM has been named HiKennys Car of the Year 2019, beating the Austin Apache and BMW 5 Series into second and third place.