Inspired by a Jalopnik post, PETROLBLOG wakes up in 2019 to discover that it owns a fleet of nine cars. So, what are PB’s New Year ‘wrencholutions’?
PETROLBLOG takes the Citroën Xsara VTS shopping and reckons that Click and Collect is a Christmas gift for keen drivers. Here’s why.
How did you spend your honeymoon? Chances are it didn’t involve taking a Fiat Tempra on an 8,000-mile American adventure. We doff our hat to Jim and Alan.
The Peugeot 309 was developed as the Talbot Horizon but became the first Peugeot to be built in Britain. But it’s in danger of becoming extinct in the UK.
PETROLBLOG spots a Mk3 Vauxhall Astra and wonders whether it’s time to appreciate the 90s hatchas a rising gem. Or, has PB been sniffing highlighter pens?
You can come out from behind the sofa, because Mazda has just unveiled a desirable Shatchback at the Los Angeles Show of New Cars.
PETROLBLOG remembers the time it nearly bought a Scirocco Storm for the princely sum of £300, only to be denied by the cost of insurance.
PETROLBLOG has discovered something about road signs directing us to the airport, and life will never be the same again.
The Automobili Amos Lancia Delta Futurista is the reimagining of a cult classic. So, why is PETROLBLOG left feeling so nonplussed?
While others ogle supercars and members of the opposite sex, PETROLBLOG’s head is turned by cars with roof boxes. A problem shared, etc, etc.
It’s one of the most unreliable cars you can buy, so what’s a Renault Laguna doing on the PETROLBLOG fleet? Meet the #FrenchTat purchased for £100.
Based on the 1972 Skoda 110 Super Sport concept, the Skoda Ferat appeared in a movie about a vampire-like car that ran on blood. It’s fangtastic. Probably.