Justin T. Westbrook
justintylerwestbrook
Staff Writer, Jalopnik
1/10/20
12:04 PM
10

That quote is from the auto news article, written by someone who lives in Detroit, according to their Twitter profile. Leave NY outta this.

1/7/20
2:03 PM
30

In 2009, it was widely reported the Swift would follow the Kizashi before Suzuki’s plans shifted. We almost got the third-gen, it would seem. Therefore, we lost out when Suzuki left. If I had just written “lost out on” instead of “lost,” which arguably means the same thing, you wouldn’t have had this wonderful Read more

1/7/20
1:57 PM
9

This car exists as a limited edition in the Netherlands. There is now a widebody version. It’s almost a guarantee it would have the same powertrain.

1/7/20
1:47 PM
12

Cars are priced differently in Europe, often more expensive than they would be in the U.S. That’s why so many people there don’t.... drive limited edition cars.

12/30/19
12:54 PM
10

yeah if they can’t do the build quality (they can’t, let’s be honest) they’d have to go for a really, really nice service and dealership experience and a great warranty 

12/30/19
11:57 AM
20

Not done packing the golden parachute yet (but also the CEO just resigned if you hadn’t heard)

12/30/19
11:55 AM
20

They should have considered elevating Alfa up to Porsche, which they’re now going to do with Maserati. Who cares if it’s expensive and breaks if it’s ridiculously stylish, very well adorned inside, and people feel good driving one (and it’s not their only car). Read more

12/30/19
11:47 AM
7

Fiat should phase out what’s left of stock, restock Chryslers with the DS4 Crossback, DS6, and ideally a large-ish future DS sedan, take the Toro ute and Panda from Europe and sell them as Jeeps, and leave the Americans to take care of Dodge because they’re doing pretty good right now. Read more

12/24/19
4:16 PM
5

Yeah, earlier this year I even drove around for awhile looking for a blue building to shoot a red car. Background is important!

12/24/19
4:13 PM
1

Yeah I’m just a bigger fan of doing as much in camera. I’m too lazy to sit through layer editing. But I have mad respect for anyone who can be that committed.

12/24/19
4:11 PM
2

Love the ultrawide. I also love my smeary images because I think it captures the absurdity of auto shows, the displays of beautiful objects for consumption, as visually glamorous as it all seems in person. 

12/24/19
4:09 PM
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Yes, I agree. I wrote this kind of assuming someone looking at filters would already have software. 

12/19/19
5:15 PM
13

I’m also experiencing a... range of issues... along with the new layout. I’ve been told the new layout testing will be for 3 weeks and then reverted and reviewed. Feel free to report any issues (or compliments!) using the Kinja menu.