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Well done to the Giulia and the Stelvio:


(Typical biased pro VW UK motoring press who only write favourably about their advertisers’ products after they’ve been on an all expenses paid overseas press trip, who then go on to rubbish Alfa all the time because they don’t advertise. Oh, hang on... what do you mean we’ve won? A win doesn’t fit with that narrative. Damn. Maybe we won something because the press are fairer than we give them credit for and maybe, just maybe, because Alfa has a car or two worthy of an award win. No. It can’t be that. There has to be bias here somewhere... ;-))
 

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Well done to the Giulia and the Stelvio:


(Typical biased pro VW UK motoring press who only write favourably about their advertisers’ products after they’ve been on an all expenses paid overseas press trip, who then go on to rubbish Alfa all the time because they don’t advertise. Oh, hang on... what do you mean we’ve won? A win doesn’t fit with that narrative. Damn. Maybe we won something because the press are fairer than we give them credit for and maybe, just maybe, because Alfa has a car or two worthy of an award win. No. It can’t be that. There has to be bias here somewhere... ;-))
These top-of-the-range models won't ever sell in any numbers that seriously threatens the Reich.. they operate in a part of the market where there is little VAG presence.

So it is an opportunity for members of the Abteilung to heap "praise" on them and thus enhance their credentials of impartiality, fooling the gullible members of the Alfisti forums while not contributing to any lost sales or at least serious setbacks.

Don't be fooled. Stay Vigilant. (VAG still owns part of Haymarket Press, as far as I know).


Ralf S.
 

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The swines! :)
 
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