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20th June 2013
PetrolBlog heads to Munich to review the new Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid and achieves some quite remarkable economy results from a four-door that will do 167mph.
10th June 2013
PetrolBlog reviews the Citroën DS3 Cabrio and concludes that it offers all the benefits of the standard DS3 with very little drawbacks. The corned beef DS3.
5th June 2013
PetrolBlog has a go in three flavours of the Duster and ends up wanting to buy a Dacia Duster Access 1.6 4x4. If only we could create a watertight case for ownership.
30th May 2013
PetrolBlog reviews the ultra-expensive Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid and discovers it's a car with very few flaws. Just as long as you can afford the price tag.
20th May 2013
Toyota Hilux Invincible review: PetrolBlog spends a week with the boldly named Toyota Hilux Invincible. With the name like that, it's got to be good, right?
17th May 2013
PetrolBlog heads out to Sicily for the 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee review. A facelift and new eight-speed transmission are the most notable changes to Jeep's big SUV.
13th May 2013
Alex Wilcox has written a Real World Review of his Peugeot 206 GTi and despite one or two small issues, he's found it to be a quite delightful little car.
10th May 2013
BMW M135i review: PetrolBlog takes the explosive 3.0-litre 450Nm of torque BMW M135i for a quick drive for a swift pint of Coke at Dartmoor's remotest pub.
8th May 2013
PetrolBlog heads to North Wales to review the new Peugeot 208 GTi on some of the best roads Britain has to offer. And comes back feeling underwhelmed.
1st May 2013
PetrolBlog takes a Chrysler 300C 3.0-litre V6 diesel on an epic race against the night train from London Paddington to Penzance. It was close. Very close.
26th April 2013
PetrolBlog reviews the Volvo V40 D2 Cross Country SE by taking it on a long distance road test cross country up and down the A470 in Wales.
20th April 2013
PetrolBlog heads to Barcelona for a first drive review of the new 3-door SEAT Leon SC and, with the help of some great roads, finds that it's rather good.