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Offline Alfagirl


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has anyone read this and agree?

http://www.topgear.com/uk/car-news/alfa-romeo-4c-first-drive-in-uk-2013-1-16

i have placed an order to Australia but i'm a little worried after reading this!!!!



Offline Ruskee


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Reviews have been mixed but it is an Alfa and therefore likely to be genius and flawed in equal measures.
It is however quite beautiful and fast which are amply redeeming qualities.
I will be very excited to start seeing them on the road.
I gather demand in Australia has been strong.
Did you order a red one?



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Offline mondi

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It's the first of the model as well, I am sure as they are updated Alfa will improve on them.


But on the other hand it is an Alfa so it could get worse.....   :p






Offline Alfagirl


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True but i usually find some of top gears reviews quite accurate so was a bit concerning with that write up.

i ordered a white one in hopes to be a bit different from the others..

has anyone actually driven a 4c yet?



Offline tentacles1


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has anyone read this and agree?

http://www.topgear.com/uk/car-news/alfa-romeo-4c-first-drive-in-uk-2013-1-16

i have placed an order to Australia but i'm a little worried after reading this!!!!

If you know what you are in for then I'm sure you won't be disappointed, the 4C is a toy for the right roads with its fair share of flaws but plenty of character.

If you are hoping for a comfortable cruiser then I would be worried!



Offline barra


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Good choice. White would be my pick.



Offline Wattens

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fun to drive with 900 kilos.

Except the Australian version will be 1035kg dry.

Australian government acting as the fun police once again...
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline MikeG

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Capristo do a tube only exhaust that removes alot of weight from the rear of the car, while converting to a split system - there are also carbon fibre pieces that reduce weight further that are part of the kit.

http://www.bestexhaust.com.au/store/4c-c-78_301_1772.html

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