Buyer's Guide

Alfa Romeo

Returning to the mainstream U.S. market after a two-decade hiatus, Alfa Romeo offers upscale vehicles that emphasize performance, style, and luxury. The automaker's lineup isn't as diverse as other automakers', but in the segments it competes, its vehicles are among the most enjoyable to drive.

Least Expensive: The Giulia sedan starts at about $40,000, making it the least expensive Alfa Romeo. For that price, it includes a 280-hp turbo four, leather seats, and gorgeous Italian styling.

Most Expensive: Starting at over $80,000, the Stelvio Quadrifoglio is Alfa Romeo's most expensive vehicle. Considering its 505-hp Ferrari-derived engine, the Stelvio QF might be something of a bargain—but is nearly double the approximately $42,000 starting price of the standard Stelvio.

Most Fun to Drive: Every Alfa is a blast to drive, but the 4C Spider was purpose-built for fun. Its carbon-fiber chassis, unassisted steering, and turbocharged power make it an exciting miniature supercar.

MotorTrend Top Pick: MotorTrend's Car of the Year awards the best new car on sale, and the Giulia won in 2018. The range-topping Quadrifoglio version is gloriously sporty, but it was the base model that clinched the calipers. It proved that Alfa had created a better sports sedan than the German status quo.

Luxury Utility
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