It's expensive but not over-the-top. It's fast and furious but classy as well. It has an Alfa badge and a Ferrari-worked engine. And it's a sedan.
I like it, but it's too big with too many doors.
Well at least it's getting good reviews.
Aussie website reviewers Cars Guide like it, even if they lack any depth of understanding about the earlier Alfas. All they can compare it to are regular, ordinary cars, as if that matters. It's a step forward in some ways, in that they aren't obsessing about quirky seating positions, but they really lack any insight beyond "sounds good" and "goes well". I like (and prefer) the quirky stuff myself.
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