Love their rebuttals to our comments.I stopped reading it a couple years ago when it just seemed to become a site for snarky Millennials who think they know something about cars. Though I realize they don't compete for the same space, as a car fan, for some time now I've far preferred spending my free minutes at work with Petrolicious. After the J'pnik hit and runs on Giulia, I expect I'll never go to there again. Why waste my time on what a clueless 22 year-old wants me to think of the car industry.
After seeing the responses in this thread, the only thing to learn is to listen to the people that actually own it and not some journalist. Often these days auto publications lack good people aside from a few. Its so bad that vloggers have taken over.
Playing devil's advocate here... it's been a **** of a lot more than one publication that has had a Giulia break down or go into limp mode on them....and while one journal did receive a non software updated car, your generalizations are unwarranted and once again, inaccurate.
Leasing was not an option for those of us with the first batch of Quads. You paid cash or took a loan.There are some cheap shots in the article, but the lease deals on the Quad really are insane. Is there anyone on this forum that has leased a Quad? Everyone has bought as far as I know. Alfa is not even making an effort the move Quads through the lease market. You want one, you buy. But by 2020 you'll be able to lease one for under $700. Patience is a virtue.