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  1. hoffmeister_fan

    hoffmeister_fan Well-Known Member

    Sat in a "run-of-the-mill" Ti and Lusso today. Big thumbs up. Was hoping to see a Quadrofoglio in person but they did not have one, alas...
     
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    • rs271

      rs271 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

    • Jimmy

      Jimmy Well-Known Member

      Oh...fair enough, I reckon.

      But this Giulia generation never fails to warm my heart. And let me re-live some driving experiences of my young adulthood. An era in which the brand Alfa-Romeo defined the very concept of the (relatively) affordable 4 door sport sedan.

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    • Cashmere

      Cashmere Well-Known Member

      Even smoked the M3 Competition Pack :ROFLMAO:
       
    • savage-It

      savage-It Well-Known Member

      January-February-March 2017 total selling of Giulia Q, M, C63 in Germany. I am not sure if this value included both M3 and M4 (but sure are included the standard and CP versions), btw:

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      • tristatez28lt1

        tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

        The Giulia is just not selling. Really disappointing.

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      • Centurion

        Centurion Well-Known Member Premium Member Contributing Member

        Don you not think sales will pick up as supply grows and people see more of them on the roads? It's a very new car and awareness of is picking up.

        The Stelvio will be good at pulling people into Alfa dealers and check out the Giulia too.
         
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