Usually seen moseying along on Fm 1092 and wilcrest.. with occasional loose interpretations of speed limit and "safe" driving.
One advantage is the Alfa dealership is on the route so any problems(none so far except some weird metal chunk that had slipped into the wheel well and was causing a leak) need resolution do not require me to drive too far.
2017 Giulia TI AWD in rosso competizione tri-coat, purchased in February 2017 November 2016 build date. Just crossed 20,000 miles, regularly driven to job in medical center in Houston, and two trips to date from Houston to Wisconsin.
Got excited seeing a Black Sport with Yellow calipers until I realized it was just the dealer giving a test drive to someone. Oh well, its OK to be a rare bear and get the "nice car man" wherever I park.
I don't have one yet, but pretty sure in the next 9 months I'll be getting a QV, likely white or grey.
Live in Sugar Land and my office is in Stafford, about one mile from the "Sugar Land" Helfman Alfa. Anyone with experience from them?
Current DD is a 2014 Audi S5 which has been flawless other than eating tires every 10k miles. With 500+ hp, I'm betting my tires will not last as long either.
I've only seen one on the road: Hwy 6 and Williams Trace in SL. A red base or Ti.
That's where I got mine. I drive a Monte Carlo Blue Ti Lusso. My office is off Gillingham, so if you see me wave.
I liked the team at the SL Alfa. I had some issues early on with some repairs, not Helfman's fault they tried really hard to help me, but all of us 2017 buyers have.
I will say that Helfman says they will provide a loaner car but I have yet to get one. Any time I take the car in I get a Dodge Rental - so usually a **** minivan - still a free car but now sure how a basic Caravan is equivalent to my fully loaded Alfa.