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Thread: New Alfa Giulia!

  1. #671
    I know there have been a lot of reviews etc. done on this car already but it's good to finally see Harry Metcalfe reviewing the Alfa.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xymF-E7KDN4

  2. #672
    Car & Driver - "We can't in good conscience recommend that anyone buy one"

    https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews...bility-update/
    When a man opens a car door for his wife, it's either a new car or a new wife.

  3. #673
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    I'm up to month 4 with the Stelvio - I'm liking it a lot more than expected.
    Nothing has fallen off and it hasn't exploded yet.

  4. #674
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike205 View Post
    Car & Driver - "We can't in good conscience recommend that anyone buy one"
    I have the QF 14 months now and it's been faultless, granted it hasn't done 30K miles. But, it's been so good the new GTV will likely be its replacement if AR go ahead with the 600+BHP hybrid version.

  5. #675
    I know a lot of people on here would like to get behind the wheel of a Giulia at some stage (well I do anyway) but looking at this post on Pistonheads they seem to be coming down nicely in price.
    Ones for sale at £35k.

    https://www.pistonheads.com/news/ph-...-spotted/41589

    I wonder if there will be many coming onto the second hand market here in the next year or two?

    Their obviously cheaper in the UK but I wouldn't fancy playing Russian Roulette with the nice folks in the Vrt office.

  6. #676
    ..2020 performance car of the year for Whatcar;

    https://www.whatcar.com/alfa-romeo/g.../review/n17264


    And Car seemed to enjoy their long-termer "estate" too;

    https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-re...o-2017-review/



    ..it's sort of depressing that they're shifting so few of them around here. Fastest production saloon ever around the 'ring, safest car ever tested by Euro NCAP, and a few years later it can still take awards like that Whatcar title.. strange old world.

  7. #677
    They do seem to not have many issues for owners who have had them a few years.

    Has the Quadrifoglio gone into the next tax/vrt bracket since the new WLTP rules came in?

  8. #678
    Quote Originally Posted by Titan View Post
    They do seem to not have many issues for owners who have had them a few years.

    Has the Quadrifoglio gone into the next tax/vrt bracket since the new WLTP rules came in?
    I'm coming up on 2 years of ownership in March. It's had one unscheduled visit to an AR dealer as it would pop out of Race mode under hard lateral loads.

    It was a quick fix and, other than that, it has been flawless and an absolute joy to drive.

    It's in tax/VRT band F as of Jan 19. Prior to that it was in band E.

  9. #679
    It's great to hear your really enjoying the car and nothing major relating to reliability issues.
    The worst part of ownership seems to be the dealers themselves,in the UK anyway.

    They dont seem to have many dealers here.

    Just out of interest what are they like on tyres?
    I've read that due to the camber they run,they can take it out of the tyres.

  10. #680
    Nice one. It's a cracking car for sure.
    I'm with the resistance

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