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Sold 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

Discussion in 'Other Cars' started by ryalex, Aug 14, 2021.

  1. kenneyd

    kenneyd Formula 3

    Sep 30, 2014
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    Prices have come way down.
    I really wanted a '19 with carbon seats/brakes. I found one for 57k back in June... Offered then 52k. They countered at 53k, so I bought a different car(another e63).
    2 months later, they lowered the asking price to 48k lol
     
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  3. ryalex

    ryalex Two Time F1 World Champ
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    I got out okay on the Alfa. They caught the falling knife. It’s still an amazing car and I do miss it.

    But then my G63 I got to replace it has gone down almost the entire price of the Alfa in 6 months. At least it is business deductible but it still hurts. At least I didn’t pay 100-150k over for a 2021.
     
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  4. DanNE

    DanNE Formula Junior

    Jun 7, 2013
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    The Giulias and Stelvios have been dropping quite a bit. I guess people are looking at the overall equivalent per month financing cost and as the interest rates go up the prices for niche cars have to come down to keep the monthly payment roughly the same?
     
  5. dgoldenz94

    dgoldenz94 Formula Junior
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    I can’t believe Towbin still has this. Guessing they gave you 50-52k and now it’s listed at 45 and still sitting. Great car for the money.
     
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  6. WPOZZZ

    WPOZZZ F1 Veteran

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    #55 WPOZZZ, Jan 9, 2023
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    Hell, I'd buy it at $40k! We had an 18 Stelvio QV at $41k with 27k on it.
     
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  8. MK45

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    why is it priced so far below market value? feels like something may have gone wrong with it sometime after it was let go from the F-chat owner
     
  9. BigTex

    BigTex Seven Time F1 World Champ
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    Borrowed money lately?

    These dealers are selling at 23% APR...
     
  10. MK45

    MK45 Rookie

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    just because their financing is at 23% doesn't mean people cant go get 7-9% at almost anywhere else... not sure if their own interest rate really explains the low price
     
  11. dgoldenz94

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    Maybe that’s just where the market is
     
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  13. 360Tom

    360Tom Formula 3

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    A well optioned car (carbon ceramics and carbon buckets) is still in the upper range of the 40’s with high miles. Most around 50 unless the car is sitting with over 50k miles.
     
  14. dgoldenz94

    dgoldenz94 Formula Junior
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    Asking prices aren’t selling prices.
     
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  15. 360Tom

    360Tom Formula 3

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    I don’t know of any that have sold with high option for less than 45
     
  16. ryalex

    ryalex Two Time F1 World Champ
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    MMR has fallen to $41,400 for a 2018; with the 20k miles mine had it’s now $44,300. Estimated retail $51,500.
     
  17. 360Tom

    360Tom Formula 3

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    Does yours have carbon ceramics and carbon buckets? The cheapest one selling with those options is in mission viejo right now and has 50k miles on it. I’ve have people looking at mine that have been telling me where the only ones optioned like it are. I can see low 40’s without. At some point your creeping into the 2.0l territory. It’s not even worth to sell it at that point.
     
  18. ryalex

    ryalex Two Time F1 World Champ
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    No, those were the two main QV options it didn’t have.
     
  19. DanNE

    DanNE Formula Junior

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    I'm in the market for a Stelvio; this sounds like a pretty good deal - was it sold or any updates? There are really nice 22s in the mid to high 60s which is unbelievable as they were 80+ just 6 months ago.
     
  20. DanNE

    DanNE Formula Junior

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    The Alfas (Giulia, Stelvio) don't seem to have that many options in the list. The carbon ceramics and seats appear to be the only ones that stand out as more unique; most of the others are optioned very close together.

    With that in mind has anybody owned/driven a sparco seat car in a winter climate? Does it eventually get annoying not to have the seat heaters? I love the cc seat option but live in the Northeast and as I get older I figure I'll miss the seat heaters.
     
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  21. Hocakes

    Hocakes Formula Junior

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    Just tried building one online today. Only saw choice for carbon seats. Nothing for carbon ceramic brakes.

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