I pulled out 39A _ Romeo: ALFA because whenever we see an Alfa Romeo parked while we walk, I point it out and announce to Calah (who is now my wife yay!) that it’s going at the average Alfa speed. You know, because the Alfa Romeo is notorious for being broken.
They say you can’t be a real auto enthusiast if you haven’t owned an Alfa Romeo. If you want to be one of those, and also have a desire to never arrive at your intended destination, we have the car for you. Car and Driver has confirmed that a dealership is selling the magazine’s former long-term Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, which spent 80 days in the shop over 14 months of testing.From a worthwhile Jalopnik article “Car And Driver’s Nightmarishly Unreliable Alfa Romeo Giulia Is Up For Sale”
I will be finishing this post a little later with the theme.
Finished this one in 29:23.
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