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16th January 2012
PetrolBlog is invited to the press launch of the Bond In Motion exhibition at Beaulieu Motor Museum. Here are the highlights.
31st December 2011
PetrolBlog ends the year driving a trio of Renaultsport hot hatches. At 3,200 words, it's PetrolBlog's biggest review to date, so you might want to grab a cup of tea and a Hobnob first.
30th December 2011
PetrolBlog spends a week in the company of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ-300. As you'd expect, it's rather good to drive. But should you buy one?
20th December 2011
PetrolBlog tests the Peugeot 308 CC. It may not be a PetrolBlog car as such, but it does a good job of doing what it sets out to do. A perfect car for the British winter then?!
2nd December 2011
Audi is launching a 5-door version of the A1. Which is nice. Gives PetrolBlog an excuse to remember the A2. Which is nice. [sponsored post]
22nd November 2011
Rob Griggs-Taylor is back on PetrolBlog with an update on his Vauxhall Insignia. Respect to the man for getting a mention of the BMW 2002 in there too!
19th November 2011
Prices of the Rover 75 are well within Bangernomics territory. Here's engineer and automotive writer, Ralph Hosier with a few words on his.
30th October 2011
PetrolBlog drives the standard Suzuki Swift and thinks it could just be one of the best superminis on sale in the UK today.
26th October 2011
PetrolBlog is invited to Farnborough to test drive some of the latest SEATs. There's no excuse for the title of this blog post - apologies in advance for any offence caused.
20th October 2011
PetrolBlog takes a look at an intriguingly named book called that invites people to enjoy 'motorway walks for drivers and dogs'.
19th October 2011
PetrolBlog takes a look at the unashamedly boxy and gloriously retro Volkswagen Santana. A desirable Shatchback? Perhaps...
13th October 2011
Richard Gooding of PoloDriver.com fame has written a few words about his latest purchase. It's a rather delightful Polo GTI. He also owns a Polo Coupé. Nice.