14th February 2014
Renault is to build the rear-engined, rear-wheel drive Twingo! Good news. So we celebrate by taking a look back at our favourite rear-wheel drive Renaults.
13th February 2014
Bangerwatch celebrates the timeless beauty and pure elegance of an unlikely hero. No, not Jenny Hanley, the Pininfarina-designed Peugeot 306 Cabriolet.
12th February 2014
What are the rarest French cars in Britain? PetrolBlog takes a look at cars from the 1970s, 80s and 90s to discover just how many cars have fallen below 100
10th February 2014
PetrolBlog asks, is the Tomorrow Never Dies car park - namely the Atlantic Hotel garage - the most PetrolBloggy car park in the world? It might just be.
4th February 2014
A seductive Italian has caught our attention, and we can't take our eyes off her. It's no good, we're falling for the charms of the Fiat Tipo 16v. Oh dear.
4th February 2014
The Mercedes-Benz Magic Body Control TV ad is causing problems at PBHQ. The chickens aren't happy, and are keen to tell Mercedes-Benz all about it.
3rd February 2014
Is the 4x4 Antarctica 'Penguin' the best Fiat Panda special edition of all-time? PetrolBlog takes a look at 30 years of Fiat Panda history to find out.
1st February 2014
It's PetrolBlog's Weekend Waffle, which this week takes a look at a quite remarkable Citroën AX, a truly lovely Volkswagen Jetta and the Renault 8 Gordini.
29th January 2014
It's 30 years since the original MK1 Renault Espace was born. After a very slow start, it went on to define the MPV sector. PetrolBlog says happy birthday.
26th January 2014
PetrolPod! Robin Brown and MajorGav present more waffle and bunk for your ears, podding from the launch of the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso.
11th January 2014
Nissan confirms that it plans to launch a 300hp, all-wheel drive Nissan Qashqai Nismo. In a stroke, the Qashqai just got interesting. PetrolBlog says do it.
8th January 2014
Following PetrolBlog's nostalgic look back at the Lancia 2000 Sedan, we received a rather brilliant email from Italy about a 500,000-mile 'Ingrid Bergmann'.