I drove both cars yesterday , the 4c is raw and beautiful but honestly the quad would blow the doors off of it , if only i could be in both cars at the same time .
If i were to do it all over being the fact that i live in NY i would buy a stelvio quad instead of the guilia . If it snows the AWD will get me through it and still have that amazing ferrari engine
Guilia is an amazing car im very happy with it i just installed about 20 more carbon parts on interior , had it ceramic coated , and added toyo RRR all around instead of those garbage perrelli corsa tires . Yesterday i merged onto the highway looked down from a long sweeping turn and the speedo said 137 ......its a monster ,and you dont know it or feel it like the 4C
My advice buy a super low mileage pre owned car .....i got mine with carbon ceramic brakes fully loaded without carbon seats with 970 miles on it for 60,900.00
Sticker was 87,900...winning
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That was a great buy! Wow!
0-60 times are close after that the Giulia QV pulls away and keeps going.
On turns stock cars at about the same, slight edge to the 4C.
Visceral driving feeling 4C has it but the Giulia QV has itís own madman feeling for sure.
Giulia QV is bigger and gets the bigger traffic tickets! Lol. Yes 100mph comes real fast but 137mph yikes you might spend the night in the pokey.
They put salt on the roads where I live so I donít like driving a nice Alfa car with nice alloy wheels in the snow. I have a 4wheel drive truck for that. My wife has a Merc SUV she drives in the winter but we have winter rims and tires for it. Our Mercedes dealership even stores them for us. If we switch the Merc for the Stelvio that is what I would do with the wheels also.
Giulia accessories, get the LED door lights that shine the Alfa logo on the ground and also the carbon fiber door sill led lights. Nice inexpensive mods that add quite a bit at night.
See you got the CCB brakes. If you just street drive it only they will last a very long time. But if you track it beware at $1,300 per set of brake pads either front or rear itís expensive! Only two maybe three full hard track days per set of front brake pads.
And the rotors only go through about 6 sets before you need to replace because they are too underweight. Iíve had to replace my rotors already but iíve tracked the car quite a bit and had a lot of fun.
But there is a tracking solution for cars that have the CCB brakes. As I type this my car is getting the new Girodisc steel brake conversion kit scheduled to be put on my car. Actually Iím getting the first prototype as theyíre still working through a few things I am helping them with. With brake pads that will cost about $400 instead of $1,300 itís a good solution. Iím also believing theyíre going to last longer as the CCB rotors turned into cheese graders the more sets of pads you go through. When Itís all done Iíll post something in the Giulia forum and something here too.