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.
29th August 2018
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.
28th August 2018
The Renault Logan Stepway goes on sale this autumn and PETROLBLOG asks: is this the desirable Shatchback we've all been waiting for?
23rd August 2018
The Renault 18 Turbo: the first mass-market turbocharged car and the first from a volume manufacturer. Let's celebrates the turbo saloon for the common man.
8th August 2018
The Renault 16 coupe-cabriolet was developed alongside the pioneering hatchback, but the project was canned on the grounds of cost. A missed opportunity?
28th July 2018
French fancy: To mark 50 years since its launch in Paris, PetrolBlog asks: whatever happened to the Renault 6 family car?
20th April 2017
PetrolBlog stumbles across a Dutch TV ad for the Renault 20 TS, complete with evocative Tangerine Dream soundtrack.
28th September 2016
PetrolBlog makes a case for the defence of the Spanish Renault 7, arguing that it deserves to be categorised as a good Shatchback. What do you think?
24th September 2016
PetrolBlog visits the Manor of the Automobile in France and discovers that it's a little like French car heaven on earth.
29th July 2016
In 1992, Renault lent 1,500 cars to the Olympic Organisation Committee for the Winter Games in Albertville. The limited edition cars were rather special.
21st July 2016
PetrolBlog travels to Dorset to buy three goats and ends up returning home in a Renault Megane Convertible. Needless to say, the goats travelled separately.
11th May 2016
Nice pear? According to a 1983 review in the Motorists Guide, the Renault 14 was 'quite a nice car', but one that was unlikely impress the neighbours.