I know that some in this forum have touched on this, but I wanted to open a dedicated post to the distinction of Q2 vs Q4 in the Giulia. I'm wondering whether to spring for the Q4 or not. Here's my story. My heart is always with a rear wheel drive car. I've owned a few BMW's and I love the handling of RWD, but I've had a tendency to get the rear ends loose in anything but perfect weather. I live in Florida, so snow is not an issue. The main issue is rain. In my particular area, there is a micro-climate which means I get over 270 days per year of some amount of rain. Wet streets are not so great. I also drive in an urban environment where I have to make aggressive left turns across traffic, or pull out quickly from side streets and merge into fast moving traffic or risk getting rear ended. My last 3 cars have all been AWD. And I love the fact that I never have traction issues, even with not-fresh tires. These cars are always clawing for traction and find it, even when the power is laid on. If one wheel is slipping, I know at least the others are picking up the slack. Is Alfa's limited slip on the RWD car good enough to compensate for losing traction and still keep the car moving? There's nothing scarier than turning left across oncoming traffic and the car starts limping because the wheels have lost traction and are spinning. Put aside the issue of having the 'right' kind of tire - I'm well versed with that issue.