30th October 2019
It's fair to say that Quentin Willson wasn't a fan of the Citroën Xsara Coupe, slamming its styling and interior ambience. But was Mr Two Ls right?
26th October 2019
Launched in 1991, the Citroën AX 4x4 was the French answer to the Fiat Panda 4x4. It's what the French snow plough driver would have driven. Probably.
21st October 2019
Nicholas Parsons, deranged socialites and a traffic warden scoffing eggs, it can only be the frankly terrifying advert for the Renault 5 GTX. Who's Sarah?
17th October 2019
A decade has passed since we waved goodbye to the Lancia Thesis. PetrolBlog asks: is it time to reevaulate the misunderstood Italian saloon?
3rd September 2019
PetrolBlog is back from a week in Brittany, which can mean only one thing: it's time to ponder whether 'Méhari Man' is living the French dream.
23rd August 2019
A Vauxhall Insignia was spotted in Blinded by the Light, a film set in the 1980s. This highlights the perils of watching films when you're a car enthusiast.
8th June 2019
PetrolBlog stumbles across a Peugeot 406 Coupe V6 which just happens to be for sale. The question is: should it be rescued? Answers on a postcard, please.
6th June 2019
Introducing the latest member of the PetrolBlog fleet: the very beige Tabbert FFB Classic 570 motorhome, which is based on a 1991 Fiat Ducato.
5th June 2019
It has taken the discovery of a Mk1 Renault Twingo plushie to wake PetrolBlog from its slumber. It's a joyful thing, and goodness knows we need more joy.
3rd January 2019
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'?
14th December 2018
PETROLBLOG takes the Citroën Xsara VTS shopping and reckons that Click and Collect is a Christmas gift for keen drivers. Here's why.
13th December 2018
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.