Alfa is indeed suffering a so-so reputation and probably wel deserved too... This doesn't mean the 4C is bad choice though. Things change.Isn't that only being sold in Europe right now? I just haven't seen or heard much of the AR 4C. It makes me weary of the brand. I have this feeling that they aren't very reliable and are prone to problems.
Yep, who knows...at least you didn't bother waiting on it, rather enjoying this now, who knows maybe later you'll want to buy the 718.. but what's more important is that you have something fun to play around with now
I've seen three 4Cs on the road in NJ within the past two weeksIts italian, what did you expect at least they gave up those nasty habits of attempted suicide and self immolation...
Maybe Ive been under a rock but what is this "news" exactly? Do you have a link? thanks.Sad news about the 718 not really happening any more. What are you guys going to look into instead? Another Porsche? The Miata? Something else?
Ha ha joke is on me... just realized this thread is from 2014 LOLMaybe Ive been under a rock but what is this "news" exactly? Do you have a link? thanks.
German versions of Opel rocked! There are marque clubs in Germany for Opel. I had a Cadillac Catera back in the day. The car was very well-built. The problems were related to all the Cadillac gee-gaws that were slapped on them. Self-locking doors caused a customer to have to crawl over the console and get out the driver's door one day. That was the end of it. Not Opel's fault. Opel closed because they couldn't make money, not because of poor quality. They were nice cars.Alfa is indeed suffering a so-so reputation and probably wel deserved too... This doesn't mean the 4C is bad choice though. Things change.
Fact is that German cars in general (Audi, BMW, Mercedes, VW - not the US owned Ford and Opel) and certainly Porsche are genuinly thoroughly developed before they are released. The French and Italians are often lacking in that departement!