I have only had my Quadrifoglio for about a week....but you know as soon as you get in, that you are driving something special. I have a relatively well-optioned car including the carbon ceramic brakes, MSRP about $87k. This car gets a LOT of thumbs up...get used to it! You can dial the personality you want this car to have...in Dynamic mode (haven't tried "race" mode yet, want to break in the car properly!) it feels really tight...in "natural" mode, a comfortable daily driver....but you always have the feeling this car wants to run fast. Unlike some reviews online, i found the interior to be of very high quality...the dashboard looks like it came from a Ferrari. I am considering a set of Michelin Pilot Sport high performance all season tires, as I can already tell the Pirelli PZero Corsa tires will not last more than about 7,500 miles on the high end! I have the standard seats, but if you purchase a car with the optional carbon fiber seats, definitely try them before you buy....the basic seats have plenty of bolstering and more power adjustments. Not that it matters...but so far, in relatively gentle driving (again...trying to break it in for the first 500 miles or so)...average MPG is about 19 according to the on-board computer. I have the Rosso Competizione exterior color...it looks fabulous...but i did notice that most dealers first Quadrifoglios were Vulcano black. Although the black looks nice, IMO it doesn't do the car justice, as the carbon fiber bits kind of get "lost" in a sea of black....Overall impression...it's even better than I expected!!!!
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quad offers extraordinary performance and yet can be reasonably driven as a freeway cruiser. The seats are comfortable. The controls intuitive and the fit and finish at a high standard. There's something wonderful about being in a four door sedan powered by a Ferrari-derived engine that handles like a race car. I've only 500 miles on the odometer but so far I've had no issues of any kind. And I forgot to mention that the car is drop dead gorgeous.
The 2017 Giulia Quadrofogilio is a sleeper compared to BMW, Mercedes and even my Porsche 911 4s. I am baffled by some reviews from journalists in that I think that they have never driven the Quadrofogilio. 505 horsepower. 4 different driving modes including race, ceramic brakes and a carbon fiber driveshaft, roof and hood and movable front aero an interior that is far superior to BMW, Mercedes, Porsche or Jaguar. My son is 6ft tall and is more comfortable in the back seat than the BMW 3 series or the Jaguar xe or even the Mercedes 300. The infotainment and navigation is better than my Porsche which cost $160k. For a performance vehicle in a sedan who outperforms BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes, and handles as good or better than my 2017 Porsche 9114s for $80 k plus a warranty that is the best in the industry how can you not like the Italian design, handling, comfort and price. This car looks like a regular family sedan but is built for the track. It is funny how BMW's , Mustangs, and even Corvettes, want to race you and you have the last laugh when you fly past them and they have a look of despair.
Bought this car for a airport/errand car and find myself driving it more than my 488 or Huracan and even full sized RR. Just a blast to drive and I've owned every brand under the sun many times over. From $50-$400k. This car is just blast and fun to get up and go. I own Quad so cannot speak to other models, but this is the one to own. Great car to have a blast and not worry about where you are parking it like Ferrari. Just a great daily. Thinking about dumping my new RR and just use this car instead.