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.
27th August 2020
PetrolBlog spots a Vauxhall Meriva VXR in the wild. The bonkers version of the practical mini-MPV arrived in 2006 and there are fewer than 200 in the UK.
24th August 2020
In 2012, Jalopnik named Baby Poo Yellow (aka Baby Puke Yellow) as one of the worst car colours ever offered. PetrolBlog respectfully disagrees with this.
20th August 2020
The first Proton Saga rolled off the production line in Malaysia in July 1985. Four years later, the first Proton arrived in the UK, with prices from £5,999
14th August 2020
There's a 1985 Renault 25 V6 Limousine for sale at the Artcurial sale in September. Give PetrolBlog a shout if you have some Ferrero Rocher to deliver.
5th August 2020
Introducing Club PetrolBlog – a chance to show your appreciation for the blog and the rubbish YouTube channel. Includes a rather cool windscreen sticker.
2nd July 2020
According to Auto Trader, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class is the best new car for new drivers. With a list price of £24,000, surely there's been some mistake?
25th June 2020
The Nissan Pao was one of the four Pike Factory cars produced by Nissan in the late 1980s and early 90s. PetrolBlog has seen one and now it wants one.
19th June 2020
The 2009 scrappage scheme had a devastating effect on the classic car industry. The Save Our Scrap (SOS) campaign is calling for a fairer scheme in 2020.
13th June 2020
In the third and final installment, PetrolBlog looks at the number of Peugeot cars killed as part of the UK government's scrappage scheme in 2009.
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.
12th June 2020
Around 390,000 cars were victims of the 2009 UK scrappage scheme. Here, PetrolBlog reveals the Renault cars that were lost, including two Clio Williams.