29th April 2014
The hair-raisingly rapid Volvo V40 T5 R is something of a stealth missile. At least, it would be, if it wasn’t so very, very blue. Daniel Bevis reports.
24th April 2014
The new Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid R-Design is here. Now, even more than ever, the eco-warrior estate car can show its full Jekyll and Hyde characteristics.
18th March 2014
PetrolBlog takes a drive through the Somerset countryside in the new 2014 Vauxhall Meriva. Whisper this, but the new 1.6-litre diesel engine is quite good.
4th February 2014
PetrolBlog reviews the 2014 Volvo XC70 and finds that, whilst it remains a class act in so many ways, it's no longer the default choice in the segment.
3rd February 2014
The PetrolBlog review of the all-new Peugeot 308. Take it from us, it's a highly credible, convincing and - dare we say it - premium five-door hatchback.
27th January 2014
The Peugeot RCZ R is a reminder that Peugeot knows how to make a thrilling performance car. Which is potentially great news for the 208 and 308. Bring it on
20th January 2014
PetrolBlog reviews the Peugeot 208 GTi and finds that, after two weeks, it shows its true colours as a thoroughly modern interpretation of the hot hatch.
13th January 2014
PetrolBlog flies off to Madrid to review the all-new British-built 2014 Nissan Qashqai. And the conclusion? It's probably the best family car you won't buy.
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
What's PetrolBlog's favourite 4x4? Why it's the Fiat Panda 4x4 of course. Here are 10 reasons why you need one in your life. Just ask a Tuscan hill farmer.
23rd December 2013
There's a lot resting on the MG3 - it's a very important car for MG. PetrolBlog spends a week with the MG3 3Style and finds its character rather endearing.
9th December 2013
PetrolBlog is invited to Barcelona to see the new Ford Mustang that's destined for Europe in 2015. Will the right-hand drive Mustang live up to its promise?