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Alfa Romeo returns to the super-saloon class, but in what sort of style?
As entertaining as the badge promises, combining enthusiastic thrust with enjoyable handling
We're very impressed by Alfa's hot new Quadrifoglio Giulia, but here we've driven the one you're more likely to buy: the 178bhp diesel
Niche coupé now comes as a convertible. Is it any better that way?
Alfa 4C is built to encapsulate all of the Alfa Romeo brand values
The 4C is Alfa's first true driver's car for decades, and it shows how brilliantly a small turbo four can go and sound in a lightweight package
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta has its flaws, but its dynamic capabilities and stylish looks are enough to keep it in contention
Does the Alfa Romeo Mito Cloverleaf address the issues that affect the more mainstream models within the Mito range?
The Alfa Romeo Mito is a usable, fun package, but the DNA system frustrates
Fleet-friendly Alfa 159 leaves too much to be desired on quality and refinement to rival the best in class
British roads reveal a flawed supercar, but an utterly intoxicating
The new Audi RS5: larger, lighter, quicker, cleaner and cleverer than the six-year-old model it replaces