Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio review – is this the ultimate supersaloon? – Telegraph.co.uk

Other standard equipment includes parking sensors, electric wing mirrors, leather laden cabin surfaces, a puncture repair kit and a rain sensor. Overall, gadgetry provision in the Quadrifoglio is about average for a car of its price point.

Our favourite version

Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio 2.9-litre turbo petrol, list price £62,595

Options you should add: Metallic paint (£695), Harman Kardon audio system and convenience pack (£1,500), carbon ceramic brakes (£5,500), boot restraints (£140).

Verdict 8/10

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is the best four-door supersaloon on the market. Its Ferrari-derived V6 engine makes one of the finest noises of any car, and its handling characteristics make it an addictive plaything. There are some problems with its reliability record, which echo long-running jokes about Alfa Romeo as a brand, and it will never be as practical as a high-performance estate. But if you want a traditional, high-powered, rear-wheel-drive saloon, the Quadrifoglio will be difficult to beat.

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