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Alfa Romeo Giulia Begins Arriving Ashore

Alfa Romeo Giulia Begins Arriving Ashore

It seems every automaker is launching a headline product just in time for year-end. In this case, the hotly anticipated Alfa Romeo Giulia is officially arriving to port in the U.S. The Italian brand highlighted the launch on the company’s Facebook page, where is published a few photos of the Giulia at a U.S. port.

“From Italy with love. Alfa Romeo USA is proud to announce that the Giulia Quadrifoglio is on its way to U.S. dealerships,” stated the brand’s page.

Apparently the first batch exclusively contains the 505 horsepower Giulia Qaudrifoglio, while the 280 horsepower “normal” Giulia will arrive shortly thereafter. The Giulia Quadrifoglio will end up in dealerships in the coming weeks with a base price of $72,000 before destination charges.





 

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  1. Dequindre
    I can't wait until Jeremy Clarkson tests this thing! He has a love/hate thing with Alfa.
    mrickan
    nsaporito
    I'm seriously considering one. I'd buy it solely because it's NOT one of the three primary luxury brands.

    I'm a Millennial.


    Kids these days. ;)

    Hopefully FCA ups their game on the QA side. Beautiful car but their track record is spotty.
    JBsC6
    I like the Alfa TI awd verde that's rumored to have 350 hp for 50 grand. I hope these alfas sell...otherwise fca is in big trouble.
    arutherford
    nsaporito
    I'm seriously considering one. I'd buy it solely because it's NOT one of the three primary luxury brands.

    I'm a Millennial.


    Prepare to have to use that company Volt a bit more... lol
    nsaporito
    mrickan
    As much as I find the design in many ways to be derivative of both BMW and Lexus, this is a nice car.

    The real issue is whether or not people will consider it to be aspirational enough to buy it over one of the three segment leaders.

    It really may end up being stuck in the same sort of Genesis limbo.


    I'm seriously considering one. I'd buy it solely because it's NOT one of the three primary luxury brands.

    I'm a Millennial.
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