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Alfa Romeo Giulia lease offers?

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Alfa Romeo Giulia lease offers?

Anybody here have any experience negotiating a lease on an Alfa Romeo Giulia? % discount? Manufacturer credits?

It doesn’t seem like such a hot selling sedan, I would think dealers would want to move them and get them on the road.
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I'm sure there are incentives if you pay cash or finance. Leasing, not so much. The residuals are probably horrible too.
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theoneman101 wrote:
Jan 9th, 2019 1:45 pm
Anybody here have any experience negotiating a lease on an Alfa Romeo Giulia? % discount? Manufacturer credits?

It doesn’t seem like such a hot selling sedan, I would think dealers would want to move them and get them on the road.
0% 39 months lease.

Probably still cost more than equivalent Germans because low residual.

No, it's not hot because the car is tiny and interior quality is worse than Germans (worst than BMW which is probably one of the worst in industry). You only buy Alfa because you want to be different, not because they are good.

That said, Quadrofolios are very cool cars but those leases at 6%.


Our local Maserati/Alfa dealer always have some special deal too to clear old model. A lot of people snub them because they are inferior products that costs more from leasing perspective.
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just curious myself ... I configure

2018 ALFA ROMEO GIULIA TI SPORT AWD with 22S option package - MSRP $55,845

48 months
1.99%
20,000km per year
projected residual 35%
$1500 factory credit
say 6% dealer side discount
$0 down
$1995 fees (freight + a/c tax). All other fees (dealer admin fee + pdi + ppsa + omvic + tire levy) are due on delivery

Projected monthly - $757 + taxes = OTR
Due on delivery - first + security (if applicable) + above remaining fees + license admin fee
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booblehead wrote:
Jan 9th, 2019 2:15 pm
Projected monthly - $757 + taxes = OTR
Due on delivery - first + security (if applicable) + above remaining fees + license admin fee
Official website quotes $720/mth based on all those stats.

So residual is definitely higher than 35%. Probably closer to 40%. But still no where near German's high 40s/low 50s on year end.
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don't know for sure. You can call the dealer to give you a precise quote sheet. As far as I believe, those other fees are not in there.
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2018 GIULIA Ti AWD as advertised on their promo now - MSRP $53,345

39 months
0%
20,000km per year
projected residual 43.50%
$1500 factory credit
say 6% dealer side discount
$0 down
$1995 fees (freight + a/c tax). All other fees (dealer admin fee + pdi + ppsa + omvic + tire levy) are due on delivery

Projected monthly - $703.40 + taxes = OTR
Due on delivery - first + security (if applicable) + above remaining fees + license admin fee
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booblehead wrote:
Jan 9th, 2019 2:15 pm
just curious myself ... I configure

2018 ALFA ROMEO GIULIA TI SPORT AWD with 22S option package - MSRP $55,845

48 months
1.99%
20,000km per year
projected residual 35%
$1500 factory credit
say 6% dealer side discount
$0 down
$1995 fees (freight + a/c tax). All other fees (dealer admin fee + pdi + ppsa + omvic + tire levy) are due on delivery

Projected monthly - $757 + taxes = OTR
Due on delivery - first + security (if applicable) + above remaining fees + license admin fee
35% residual. In 48 months. THAT'S CRAZY


On a related note - this car design is not going to stand the test of time. It looks 5 years old already.
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georgecantstandya wrote:
Jan 9th, 2019 2:58 pm

On a related note - this car design is not going to stand the test of time. It looks 5 years old already.
Pretty much all reviews say that the Giulia is the handling king in this segment (even compared to the new G20 3 series), and although exterior design is a matter of personal taste, most reviewers seem to love it as opposed to the safe Russian doll styling approach of the german sedans. Every time I see a Giulia on the road, it catches my eye. FYI a facelift should be coming next year to keep it fresh (hopefully with LED lights!).

In any case, I just don't see anyone buying this car over its german rivals unless dealers give big discount (8-10%?) on top of the factory credits.
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theoneman101 wrote:
Jan 9th, 2019 3:13 pm
Pretty much all reviews say that the Giulia is the handling king in this segment (even compared to the new G20 3 series), and although exterior design is a matter of personal taste, most reviewers seem to love it as opposed to the safe Russian doll styling approach of the german sedans. Every time I see a Giulia on the road, it catches my eye. FYI a facelift should be coming next year to keep it fresh (hopefully with LED lights!).

In any case, I just don't see anyone buying this car over its german rivals unless dealers give big discount (8-10%?) on top of the factory credits.
Never test drove one but sat in one in autoshow. 2 things jumps out at me:

1) plastic grade is very low, interior quality is lacking.
2) front doors are very short, it's the only car I have ever been in that I can actually see the B pillar in my peripheral vision.*

Their MSRP is competitive. If you compare it to a frumpy C300, this is a better handling car. But both A4 and C300 has better interior. Since I have not seen the new 3 series in person, I would say Guilia is on par or slightly lower interior quality than BMW compare to last gen. And our local BMW had to put $8-$10K (2018 340s) on the hood to clear them last year.

EDIT: * Excluding supercars.
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Let Italy make pizza and pasta. Leave car business to Germans. Or Japanese if you are appliance type driver.
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Tommy74 wrote:
Jan 12th, 2019 3:10 am
Let Italy make pizza and pasta. Leave car business to Germans. Or Japanese if you are appliance type driver.
That’s funny some of the best cars ever were conceived by Italians.
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Jan 9th, 2019 5:21 pm
2) front doors are very short, it's the only car I have ever been in that I can actually see the B pillar in my peripheral vision.*
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theoneman101 wrote: That’s funny some of the best cars ever were conceived by Italians.
But not a single one reached 200,000 km on the odometer, result easily beaten by every single Corolla. Yes they were able to come up with beautifully designed cars, but they are good for museums, not roads.

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