That first year of the Giulia Quadrifoglio was a skewed year though due to the initial problems and the number of lemon law or should-have-been lemon lawed Giulia Quads that flooded the market. I remember last year I was considering the Giulia Quad vs BMW M3 Comp DCT vs Merc C63S and looked extensively on the used market for 2017s and only the Merc tended to track at slightly higher prices.
The residuals on the Giulia and Stelvio Quads are definitely lower than in reality, assuming no accidents.
That sounds like a pretty good deal. Reach out to Justin Sutton (Jsutton_aepeach@yahoo.com) from Auto Express Alfa Romeo Of Erie. He quoted $1088 on a Quad lease 36/10k miles with ZERO due at signing. You will have to add your taxes for NY. I confirmed all fees and 1st month payment included in that number, so truely nothing down. It was $13700 off MSRP(which he did not give me),but said it was loaded in Competition Red. My wife wanted black. So that was that
$999 a month with nothing due (Without tax) if you would like a quote using your current tax rate, please email, text, or call me @ 814-504-0544-------- [email@example.com](mailto:jsutton_aepeach@ Justin Sutton and I work at Auto Express Alfa Romeo Of Erie. I got some news today that Alfa was going to be a little more aggressive with the Quad lease so I put together a 36 month, 10k miles a year lease with ZERO due at signing, but I didn’t add taxes (Depends where you’re from).
By the way, that copy and paste below is from Justin when they were running Quad deals in February. That $999 per month, and zero down at signing was not real. He confirmed it was a mistake from Alpha and had no idea how they got to that number. But what he quoted me was still a very good deal as I mentioned above.
Ultimately I knew I wasn’t going to buy, and the only thing that came close for a performance car of this caliber - and still practical as a primary family vehicle, was the Porsche cayenne turbo S in the $1700 month range.
I am a little wary of it being in the shop, but once I saw it in person and drove it, I happily signed up for the risk.
hard to argue that this is not the best bang for your buck performance wise currently.
Was 0-60 time the only consideration for your purchase?
It’s subjective, of course, but I agree with Top Gear and many other publications on it. The Macan Turbo may be slightly slower at 3.5 vs 3.3, but I prefer the superior engineering and refinement of the Macan and improved handling prowess.
I digress… I don’t want you to think that I don’t like the car you leased; I love it. I just like geeking out over these cars.
You will have an absolute blast carving corners in the Quad. You keep the Quad, I’ll take the Macan Turbo.