Giulia should also have 255 tires at the back.Which Giulia and A4 were they testing? I'm assuming diesel versions, but which ones?
Interesting to see that both the A4 and BMW, with much wider tyres, fall behind the Alfa when cornering and also regarding ride comfort.
The chart is in metres per second squared, so acceleration. One G is about 9.8 metres per second squared, for example.What is the confort suspensioni chart representative of? Both the Alfa and c-class are seem to be on the other end of the scale to the 3series and a4 so I'm guessing a lower score equals better ride comfort?
That's what I have been saying since the "road tests" started to appear. The comparison is almost always against 2 door coupes, mainly the M4, which should have a clear body rigidity advantage.Weird that they are comparing the two-door versions of the BMW, Merc and Lexus with the Giulia - why not the four-door cars?
So...no one bought it and willing to provide a scan of the article?I didn't want to create a new thread - anyone grabbed new issue of Evo?
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