Finally! It’s Here!

05.25.16 - Alfa Romeo Giulia

The automotive world has been one that has experienced delays in a way that others haven’t. Most of the time a delay in the automotive world causes moans and groans, but is somewhat expected, especially when the delay is for a much anticipated model that could be the next great sports car from a boutique brand name or is expected to take over a segment. Regardless of the reason or the subject of the delays there is usually an understanding that the automaker ran into some problems during testing or the final production isn’t quite adding up to the numbers expected.

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How Could They Leave Us Out?

03.31.16 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta

Do you want a small luxury hatchback to drive? The number of hatchbacks that come from luxury and exotic automakers that are sold in the US tells us we really don’t want to spend more for a small car. That is unfortunate because Alfa Romeo has come out with the Giulietta which could be a sporty and fun hatchback sports car for us to fully enjoy and love, but it’s not coming to the US anytime soon. This car has made the European tour, which is where it will be sold, but no argument has told us this car is coming to our shores. Here are some reasons we should all want this car on our market to drive:

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What is Coming from Alfa Romeo?

Alfa Romeo Giulia

The two door coupe of the Alfa Romeo 4C was a head turner for several years and has been a sports car that sits well near the top of the luxury sports car world.  As one of the premier names in the world, Alfa Romeo knows it has to have vehicles that are nearly perfect in every way when they hit the streets.  The next offering from this legendary symbol of excellence was already known to be a four-door sedan, but what it would look like was kept under wraps for a long time so we could all marvel at the genius at one time. Continue reading

A European Sports Car Comparison

Alfa Romeo 4C

Taking a drive in either the Alfa Romeo 4C or Porsche Cayman offers a precisely controlled driving feeling that allows you to traverse the various road and elevation changes offered throughout the beautiful continent of Europe. The only thing missing from this drive comparison is a couple test drivers to run the cars, I would love to volunteer for this one and think you would too, but too bad for us the test drivers at Car and Driver have already taken care of business and found these two exciting luxury sports cars to be a lot of fun on the road and amazing to look at when done driving for the day.

The Alfa Romeo 4C and Porsche Cayman are the middle of the road models from these highly regarded automakers, making it so you don’t have to have upwards of six zeros in your bank account to be able to afford one of these beauties. In a test that lasted over 650 miles the goal of finding which one of these two was the all-around better car seems like more of an excuse to drive them longer than anything else, but here is what was found. Continue reading