2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia Alfa Romeo Featured Test Drive Reviews 

2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia Test Drive Review

Alfa Romeo has been working on its return to the United States for the good part of the past decade. It all started with an extremely limited allocation of the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione V8 supercar and the Alfa Romeo 8C Spider. Following that little tease of the Italian automaker’s return, the brand released the mid-engined and lightweight 4C Coupe and the convertible 4C Spider. Finally, Alfa Romeo brought the Ferrari-derived V6-powered Giulia Quadrifoglio and its 505 horsepower. All these aforementioned Alfa Rome models are quite limited and pretty expensive….

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Alfa Romeo Giulia QV, the BMW 3 series fighter debuts with 510hp

The Alfa Romeo contender to the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class has made its appearance at the official launch in Italy. The Alfa Romeo Giulia has been revealed to the world in Quadrifoglio Verde (QV) trim that shows off the sedan’s performance intentions. Its proportions, with a long hood and short deck, are clearly aimed directly at German mid-size sport sedans. From certain angles, we see lots of the new Jaguar XE, but that would have to be coincidental since their reveals are so close together. The Giulia QV…

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Top 10 Things You Should Know About The 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C

In 1995, the Fiat-owned Italian brand Alfa Romeo stopped exporting cars to the United States with the last model being the 164. Many will tell you that that was the last time we ever saw an Alfa Romeo on U.S. soil – however, that would be wrong. In 2008, Alfa Romeo built only 500 units of the 8C Competizione with only a couple of them coming to the United States. Of course, all of those were purchased by Alfa Romeo brand enthusiasts or those that wanted an exclusive set of…

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Video: Mike Jackson on 2016 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider at Detroit Auto Show

The triumphant return of Alfa Romeo to the United States is finally here after a 19 year absence. Bowing out in the mid-1990s, the Italian manufacturer steadily advanced in Europe under the ownership of FIAT. Their first offering back in North America has come in the form of the mid-engine 4C sports car. With the initial version of the 4C Launch Edition just arriving now, Alfa Romeo has slated plans for a more cost-effective standard coupe model mid-year, and recently unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit the…

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