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Article also mentions internet sales, this is the way forward , I'm certain. The average person's experience in a traditional dealer is rubbish! Also, why not let those independent garages who are passionate about alfas sell new ones?
 

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I wouldn't hold your breath for a right hand drive version Giulia. Very small market really with a non existent dealer network would make it difficult.
 

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I wouldn't hold your breath for a right hand drive version Giulia. Very small market really with a non existent dealer network would make it difficult.
I'm sorry has this forum become GameFaqs? This is exactly the type of comment you see from the trolls there.
 

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Lol I know we will get the guilia and I may well be a buyer. It would be nice if I didn't have to travel to Nottingham to get to a decent Alfa dealer next time I buy .
 

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Lol I know we will get the guilia and I may well be a buyer. It would be nice if I didn't have to travel to Nottingham to get to a decent Alfa dealer next time I buy .
There's a very good Alfa dealer in Canterbury, called Northgate, though that isn't much nearer than Nottingham, I guess. My recent experience with Thames Fiat in Slough hasn't been bad at all. Service dept is v good.
 
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