2016 alfa romeo sprider 4c model year lease deal

2016 Alfa Romeo Priced at $65,900

Lease Deal

$5,999 Due at Signing

2 Year/24 Month Lease – 20,000 Total Miles. Example based on national average selling vehicle price. Each dealer sets own price. Your payments may vary. Tax, Title and License Extra.

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2.9% APR

for 60 Months 

$5999 down payment. Payments will also vary based on length of loan, loan to value, and options selected. Title, taxes, license, registration and dealer fees are extra.

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Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Test Report
The Italians have built a lightweight compact roadster that was created for one reason: pure driving pleasure. The 4C Spider is a purist driving machine that aims to give the Porsche Boxster a run for its money. The 4C exudes pure fun, sophisticated technology, elegant design, and emotions on asphalt. The mid-engine sports car revives the ailing brand here in the U.S. exciting both old fans as well as new. The latter especially in the major markets of the US, England and Asia . The 4C Spider costs $65,900 – about as much as a Porsche Boxster – and offers racing technology as standard: carbon monocoque, purely mechanical steering, engine, and Race Mode.

If you are looking for the perfect sports; the 4C Spider is one of the only true lightweights left. Italian magic, the little things become personality traits that make it devilishly charming. And how to resist its look at the effectiveness of its chassis, its thunderous sound?
The command center is completely driver-oriented, something to get used to the all-digital instruments. The cockpit is visually not the best side of the Alfa, there is plenty of hard plastic and occasionally unpleasant details as in our test car a shaky hand brake lever. On side airbags Alfa waived, however, the carbon monocoque to make even without additional air bags for high crash safety.

Behind the seats, the transversely-mounted mid-engine sings. The turbocharged 1.7 liter 4-cylinder makes 237 horsepower and 258 lb-ft. of torque. Rear visibility is virtually non-existent, you have to exterior rear view mirrors rank – or pay the extra for rear parking sensors should treat yourself in any case. As purist sports cars Alfa offers almost no luggage space, there is only a small suitcase compartment at the rear and two cup holders and a lockable leather bag between the seats. Another Leather Case replaces the glovebox. The hood front can not be opened, but only complete after releasing a few screws. These include among others the air conditioning compressor, the condenser, the aluminum crash box and the container for the windscreen washer fluid. 4C pilots always have to carry a special way screwdriver with it: To fill the windscreen washer fluid, one must first remove with four screws a ventilation grille in front of the windshield. We let time pass as Alfa-typical drollery. Annoyingly is there already that Alfa has saved the gas spring in the tailgate that is bonnet simultaneously. Whoever opens the hood and will load something in the trunk, may merely be remiss not engage the support for holding open, otherwise a fall the hood in the back.

The light weight and thanks to mid-engine layout, perfect weight distribution (40 percent front, 60 rear) are for the two keys to the extremely good handling of the Alfa. A limited-slip differential on the rear axle – for weight reasons not mechanically but electronically – makes driving fun formula perfectly. The Alfa is hard on the road. On the cliché “hard as a board” is omitted here, since the car hugs with his racing suspension is reminiscent of the roadway. Most bumps are swallowed bad back. As usual for other Alfas, the 4C has a “DNA” switch on the center console. The suspension does not affect or steering, but only on the throttle, the switching times of the transmission and the control systems. There are the normal and the all-weather mode, plus the dynamic and the Race mode. In this setting, the ESP is – it must be drifted to the doctor.

The turn of the ignition key brings not only the central engine, but the whole brand Alfa Romeo to life. The four-cylinder hisses, rumbles and thumps, as if he had twice as many pots on offer. The powerful tubes ensures an endorphin boost, and that was just the beginning. Pressing the “1” button brings the six-speed dual-clutch transmission to attention. A step on the aluminum gas pedal – already gushing 100 years Alfa Romeo in the form of pure driving pleasure on the asphalt. The engine responds instantly on the accelerator, turns up willingly and does in manual mode the most fun.