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Alfa Exec Clarifies Our Troubles With the Giulia

Alfa Romeo head Reid Bigland reached R&T to explain the issues we had in testing a Giulia Quadrifoglio.

<p>The <a href="http://quizcards.info/new-cars/road-tests/reviews/a27034/alfa-romeo-4c-spider-review/" target="_blank" data-tracking-id="recirc-text-link">Alfa Romeo 4C</a> is effectively a mid-engine&nbsp;Italian exotic for about a quarter of the price. It's got a loud engine, a dual-clutch transmission, and even a carbon-fiber chassis, with the looks to match. But like any Italian exotic, it had its flaws. People don't like their new expensive sports cars to have flaws, possibly why Alfa's only sold 457 units so far this year.</p>
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