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2018 Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio AWD

2018 Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio AWD
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  • Price: $54,987
  • Make: Alfa Romeo
  • Model: Quadrifoglio AWD
  • Year: 2018
  • Mileage: 3,277 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Int. Color: black
  • Stock no.: ALFA1
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Sport Package, AM/FM/NAV Radio w/ 6.5in Display, Compact Spare Tire, Driver Assist Static Package w/ Front Sensors, Dual Pane Sunroof, Leather Seats w/ Accent Stitching w/ Black Seats, Vesuvio Grey Met. Safety Checked

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Four Canadian Alfa Franchises Announced
As promised in Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne's 5-year plan a few weeks ago, Alfa Romeo is returning to North America. Things are moving fast, and the company has announced the locations of 86 North American Alfa franchises, including 4 in Canada. We've known for some time that Alfa is on it's way, but we were never clear as to whether it would rate it's own dealership network, or be sold through Maserati showrooms. There was also the possibility that it would show up in Fiat dealerships, alongside the 500. It turns out, all of the above. Most of the initially authorized dealers are existing Fiat studios, who will be branching upmarket. Some are Maserati dealers expanding downmarket. No Ferrari showrooms will carry it. Lucky Canadian franchisees are FIAT of Vancouver, Maranello FIAT in Vaughan, ON, LaSalle FIAT, and JD Fiat, located in Boischatel, QC. Most of the U.S. locations are centred around California, Texas and Florida. More

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Seven New Alfa Romeo Models On The Way
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has ambitious plans for boosting their flagging Alfa Romeo brand. By 2018, the automaker intends to increase sales fivefold, and will release seven new models to make this happen. Beginning in 2016, we will see a convertible Spider released, which will be followed up with the Giulia and Alfetta models in both sedan and wagon versions, in 2017 and 2018, respectively. For those not familiar, the Giulia sedan will run up against the BMW 3 series, while the Alfetta sedan is more along the lines of the BMW 5 series or Mercedes' E-class. The Alfetta will be a little smaller than the Alfa Romeo 166, and closer to the size of the Maserati Ghibli. Also in 2017 and 2018, Alfa will launch two crossover SUVs, one large and the other a compact. It's quite possible that one of these will be twinned with a new Jeep. Currently under development for these new models is a new rear- and all-wheel drive platform code-named Giorgio. Existing MiTo and Giuletta front-wheel drive hatchbacks will not get replacements. In fact, the Giulia sedan will replace the current 159 model. More

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Alfa Romeo unveils new 4C
As you probably know, Fiat is the majority stakeholder in Chrysler Group. After a 27 year absence, Fiat recently returned to North American markets, and is bringing it's portfolio of brands with it. Fiat owns Ferrari, Lancia, Maserati and Alfa Romeo among others. Alfa Romeo is getting ready for this year's Geneva Motor Show and is preparing to unveil it's much-anticipated production model based in it's 4C concept car. The brand is renewing it's entire European range of vehicles, including hatchbacks, sedans, convertibles and crossovers. Since the 4C concept was introduced at the Geneva show two years ago, fans have been eagerly awaiting the production model. More

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