A very special sedan demands a high asking price
Admittedly, you do get a decent amount of equipment for the money.
Easily the largest downside to the prospect of Alfa Romeo Giulia QV ownership is the high asking price. With a base price of $72,000, the Giulia QV is considerably more expensive to purchase than a BMW M3 ($64,000), Mercededes-Benz C63 AMG ($65,200) and Cadillac ATS-V ($60,695). Admittedly, you do get a decent amount of equipment for the money. Available on every single Alfa Romeo Giulia QV are blind spot monitoring, built-in navigation, parking sensors, heated front seats, rear cross traffic alert and a premium audio system. In fact, the only optional extra we feel a majority of buyers should consider is the $1,500 Driver Assistance Package, which adds adaptive cruise control and emergency autonomous braking to the spec list.