2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Driven: Truly Italian


Italian-ness. We know it when we see it, and when we don’t it’s often in a Fiat Chrysler product. When stepping into a Maserati Ghibli to find a Chrysler touchscreen and switchgear, for instance, we get the sinking feeling that our Italian experience has just taken an Olive Garden turn. Some Fiats might just as well wear Plymouth badges, or, in the case of the 124 Spider, Mazda ones. READ MORE ››

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