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28th June 2021
David Milloy has written an excellent book on Lesser Spotted Classics. It's better than a book on the Lesser Spotted Woodpecker. Probably.
18th February 2021
Lost Bullet is a Netflix film starring a Carmen Red Renault 21 Turbo. It's like a French Fast & Furious movie, but shorter. And better.
3rd February 2021
As the last Toyota GT86 is sold in the UK, PetrolBlog recalls the time it spent a glorious week in the company of this brilliant sports car.
18th December 2019
PetrolBlog takes delivery of a Peugeot 508 SW GT Line 1.5 BlueHDi. Over the next six months, we'll find out what it's like to live with the stylish estate.
9th December 2019
Friend of the show Craig Stewart has written a book and was generous enough to send one to PetrolBlog. Fans of stockings and Vaseline will love Car Hacks.
24th September 2018
The new Suzuki Jimny: great for picking up a hitchhiking Claudia Schiffer on her way to a quarry, and your skiing chum in Bruges, but not at the same time.
27th April 2016
Ten months and 14,000 miles with a Citroën C4 Cactus: enough time to write a few words on life with Citroën's quirky crossover? PetrolBlog thinks so.
15th April 2016
PetrolBlog returns from Germany muttering things about the 2016 Audi A4 allroad being the most PetrolBloggy Audi since the A2.
18th March 2016
Daniel Bevis spends a week with a Citroën C4 and seeks to find out if it shares much in common with the eccentric greats from Citroën's past.
7th October 2015
PetrolBlog reviews the all-new Nissan Pulsar DIG-T 90 and is surprised to find it dripping in PetrolBloggyness. A unlikely Q-car, if ever there was one.
22nd July 2015
PetrolBlog introduces the latest member of the fleet, a 2012 Isuzu D-Max Yukon with the optional Truckman Grand Leisure Canopy.
2nd July 2015
The SsangYong Tivoli is arguably the most PetrolBloggy compact crossover you can buy. It's excellent value and has a rather nice interior. Good stuff.