Considering Jozi's the financial hub of Africa.....great news, 11 4 Cs in 1 province and 13 in total for a small country like SA.Greg.. GP is definitely the biggest hub for alfa..
For example the 4C LE order list:
1 4C LE bought in CT (our friend Ultra red)
1 4C LE bought in KZN
11 4C LE's in Gauteng
I was going the other way ..... Woodmead to Bedfordview, so there may have been another red one going the opposite way.... we must have passed each other somewhereThis morning an alfa GQV was behind me all the way from Bedfordview to Woodmead, so two GQV in red on the same lane one after another! Not to bad for Alfa publicity!
Based on the shot gun reviews from Topgear and Autocar it certainly sounds promising.Lets all hope the 4 c is what people want it will certainly help the brand, I would not mine one but a bit sceptical for that sort of monies
With all the time & money spent on the 4C there's no way it will be a dissapointment.Based on the shot gun reviews from Topgear and Autocar it certainly sounds promising.
Pistonheads also claims that the 4C went around 'The Ring and apparently the test drivers couldn't wipe their smirks off their faces when they got out of the car. To quote "I've also heard rumours that the new Alfa Romeo 4C was on track too, and judging by the insanely happy grins on the test driver's faces, it's probably pretty damn good.
So it all sounds rather promising :thumbs:
Correct me if I'm wrong Talking about SA only, before the G arrived, sales of Alfa were generslly 'low' despite good offerings like the 159 and GT. Alfa battled with the GT sales. To sell in the region of 40 Gs a month is a massive jump. Both my wife and I talk about how many Gs we see in Durban, sometimes 3 in one day.thats what they said about the giulietta..