The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio isn’t a cheap proposition at $74,000, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get into the new Giulia for relatively cheap. In a recent rundown of hot lease deals, Car & Driver included Fiat Chrysler’s current bargain on Giulia, which allows buyers to get into the car for $379 a month for 36 months with $4,299 due at signing.
As Car & Driver so rightly points out, the biggest draw of leasing a Giulia at this point rather than buying one is the fact the sedan’s long-term reliability is a bit of a question mark. Magazines have experienced less than stellar reliability when testing the car so far and Fiat Chrysler isn’t known for its long-term quality, so this option allows you to have peace of mind during your 3 years of ownership.
The only drawback to here is the mileage limit is capped at 30,000 miles. Most Alfa Romeo drivers are car enthusiasts, which means they’ll want to spend lots of time behind the wheel of their sporty new Italian sedan, so this mileage cap is a bit of a mark against an otherwise decent offering. For comparison’s sake, a similarly equipped, 240 horsepower BMW 330i leases for $419 a month for 36 months with $3,000 due at signing. The 2016 model year Mercedes-Benz C300 is also on special offer for $369 a month for 36 months with $4,523 due at signing. Which one shall it be?