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Yep! Alfa is coming back strong with their new cars, heres the info:

"Alfa Romeo Brera 3.2 Q4 SV
Alfa Romeo Brera
Rub your eyes in disbelief! Send Old Nick a warm fleece and prepare for a pig in the sky: Alfa has a place in the UK’s top 10 lowest-depreciating cars! We literally fell off our chair when we saw this, but the pain brought us sufficiently round to read a retained value of 57% for the sweet V6 range-topper. Wipe off that splutter – it’s for real, and achieved by sensibly controlling supply of a sexy, desirable and, crucially, more than decent coupe. Hard evidence that Alfa’s turnaround is finally a reality? You read it here first.
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From: http://cars.uk.msn.com/News/Top_ten_article.aspx?cp-documentid=3354358
 

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Fantastic news. People may actually start taking Alfa seriously again if this kind of things carries on.

I was taking about this with a friend yesterday and saying how the GT is the only Alfa that has 'kind of' kept it's value in the market but still not like a lot of other coupes...so it's good to see the Brera is!
 

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ok, ok, Mike got the point , that is a bit on the down side. Still, all good things are worth the wait. Off topic, letting the adhesive cure on the sticky boot job for a bit. Just filling in.
 

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Trying to sell a 147 at the moment,and it will have suffered well over 50% depreciation in under 3 years.OK never expected it to hold value,and we offset this by buying cheap in the first place,but I would wait another 2 years or so to see if Alfa has really turned the corner in the depreciation stakes.
Having said that GT coupes seem to holding up well.......
 
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