13th December 2021
How the Land Rover Defender and Range Rover SVR were upstaged by the Toyota Land Cruiser in the James Bond film No Time To Die.
2nd August 2021
PetrolBlog goes to the Festival of the Unexceptional in a Toyota Camry V6. It doesn't like corners, but it's exceptional in a straight line.
16th July 2021
Friend of the show and ace motoring journalist Andrew Brady is selling his 2005 Toyota MR2 Red Collection. You know you want it.
7th July 2021
Ben suggests a Toyota MasterAce Surf as a solution to transporting your surfboards. Warning: it contains references to a famous Nazi.
26th May 2021
Getting to grips with Shednesday is as easy as learning your A, B, C. Which is why Ben Carter has gone full alphabet for you.
28th April 2021
Not content with breaking the internet with his weekly Shednesday feature, Ben Carter introduces Spendsday. It's Shednedsay, but more costly.
15th April 2021
Justin Time is back with a second report on his Toyota Celica T230. He loves driving it, but he also appreciates the boot. Here's why.
25th March 2021
Based on the Toyota Yaris, the WiLL Vi was a small four-door saloon aimed at young Japanese winning. Here's how you can buy one in the UK.
19th February 2021
Making his PetrolBlog debut, Justin Time tells us why he bought a Toyota Celica T-Sport and why it has been good for his mental health.
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.
1st February 2021
MotorWeek claimed that the Toyota Camry's dual rear wipers were of modest value. Could the idea be due a comeback in the age of the SUV?
19th January 2021
In the first PetrolBlog fleet update of 2021, the Toyota Camry passes its MOT, the Renault Safrane smells of petrol and the Megane is flat.