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Who has actually placed an order for a QV and is waiting patiently based on previous experiences of bringing the finished product to the market.....Me for one (the fewer the better means I might get one of the first !).
 

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Didn't think the order books were open in the UK? Have you been given a price?
 

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Not the QV, but as soon as I have details I will be ordering a pauper version. 2.0ltr 250bhp? Oh! Petrol of course.
 

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My dealer can't take orders because they don't know anything!
 

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Dealers aren't allowed to take orders because there is no official product.

If your dealer took money off you, you sanity needs exploring!
 

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Dealers aren't allowed to take orders wbecause there is no official product.

If your dealer took money off you, you sanity needs exploring!
Waiting for a new Alfa is a question of sanity.....did it once before and lost out, this time I have hedged my bets. The longer I wait the more I can afford....
 

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I'm looking forward to seeing the car at Geneva in a few weeks time.

I hope it's a real deal not a mule.

Hope the SUV concept is there too.
 

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I'm hearing they won't have anything to show! Only the same QV prototypes again. I hope not as Alfa's credibility will start to crumble as a serious player. Marchionne's decision processes management have been a complete joke IMO. This should be the third or fourth year of the FWD Giulia that they had ready for production and that he pulled like an impetuous child.
 
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I'm hearing they won't have anything to show! Only the same QV prototypes again. I hope not as Alfa's credibility will start to crumble as a serious player. Marchionne's decision processes management have been a complete joke IMO. This should be the third or fourth year of the FWD Giulia that they had ready for production and that he pulled like an impetuous child.
That I can't believe.
They're already testing the base versions.
See picture from Autoedizione.
It's the first time I see resemblance with the 166.
 

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