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Looking Ahead to Alfa Romeo’s 2022 Model Lineup
When it comes to Italian car brands, Alfa Romeo has always followed closely after Ferrari in terms of historical significance. Alfa Romeo may not have had the same success on the track as fellow Italian brand Ferrari, but their cars have always been known for their beauty, speed, and grace on the road.
For years now, particularly since Fiat Chrysler Automobiles took over the brand, Alfa Romeo has been rebuilding its lineup and trying to recapture some of that former glory. And it looks like they’re continuing that trend in 2022 with a whole slew of new models set to hit the market. Here’s a quick rundown of what we can expect from Alfa Romeo in 2022:
As always, the Alfa Romeo Giulia is still one of the best-looking models against its rivals. While it may not be as luxurious as some of its sports sedan competition, its well-balanced design and sharp lines make it a firm favorite of the automotive media. In 2022, it will be available in the Sprint, Ti, Veloce (Ti Sport), and Quadrifoglio models.
The latest 2022 model is set to debut at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show with changes inspired by their sports car lineup, most notably the Quadrifoglio and Stelvio. It will reportedly feature a more powerful engine than its predecessor, but an official release date hasn’t been announced. It also features a few prominent safety upgrades: automatic high beams, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot, lane departure warning signals, and front/rear parking sensors are all advancements made in this upcoming year’s model of the Alfa Romeo Giulia.
Like its smaller sibling, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio features a sleek and recognizable design that has the performance specs to back it up. Like the Giulia, the Stelvio will be offered in four models: the Sprint, Ti, Veloce, and Quadrifoglio. Similarly, it will also highlight these new safety and driver enhancements. These include adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, blind-spot monitoring, and lane departure warning signals.
The new model will also feature a lot of the same enhancements that the Guilia does including a new infotainment system, an updated chassis and suspension, and a redesigned front fascia. It’s slated to hit the market in early 2022.
The Alfa Romeo 4C is one of the brand’s most iconic models, both for its classic design and for the fact that it’s one of the few Italian sports cars you can actually afford. However, its small size makes it a little difficult to get in and out of. But there are plans for an all-new model of the 4C built on a new chassis which will let you get more comfortable while driving it. It is a very rare and limited edition version of the mostly discontinued sports car classic.
When purchasing your new Alfa Romeo, you have two choices: leasing or buying.
Leasing a car is very similar to renting one. You make a monthly payment and are given a set number of miles you can drive each year. At the end of your lease, you can either return the car or buy it for a predetermined price.
When you buy a car, you make a large initial payment and own the car once you finish paying it off. You can use it as much as you want until your loan is paid off, and then decide to sell or trade-in afterward.
Both options have their pros and cons; leasing typically has lower monthly payments than buying, but if you really love your Alfa Romeo, you may want to consider buying it instead of leasing so that you can keep it forever.
The cost of your car payment will depend on the price of the model you choose, its interest rate, and how much money you put down when you buy or lease it. You can reduce your monthly payments by choosing a longer loan term, but this will also increase the total amount of interest you pay over the life of the loan.
If you’re looking to lease a car, your monthly payments will be based on the car’s price, the number of miles you’re allowed to drive each year, and the length of your lease.
No matter which option you choose, make sure to budget for car payments so that you’re not caught off guard down the road.
At Alfa Romeo of Westport, we are always proud to offer the latest and most popular models from this venerable Italian car company. Our dealership is stocked with the latest Alfa Romeo models, including the Giulia and Stelvio and our team of expert sales associates will help you find a model that suits your every need.
We here at Alfa Romeo of Westport are passionate about our brand and our business. We’re a family-owned business that treats every customer like they were one of us, with the highest quality cars and superior customer service. As a member of our showroom team, you’ll be part of a business where hard work is rewarded and your success is our success.
Not only do we pride ourselves on our beautiful cars and knowledgeable staff, but we also offer the best customer service in the business. We want you to be happy with your purchase for years to come, and our team is always here to help you out with whatever you need.
This includes providing you with regular maintenance and routine car services, helping you find the perfect accessories and parts, and anything else you might need to keep your car looking and running its best.
The Alfa Romeo of Westport is one of the largest showrooms on the east coast and we pride ourselves on our extensive inventory. From new models to pre-owned cars, we’ll help you find the perfect car for your needs and we’ll do everything we can to get it to you whether you live in Westport or all the way down in Boston or New York City.
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Alfa Romeo of Westport
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Westport, CT 06880
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