If its not gonna be a daily I'd say go for it. Its a great looking/sounding car but its really no frills. Those things dont even have power steering. And since its built on a carbon fiber monocoque its got wide sills which makes getting in/out of it a fun task as well Id still love to own one, but definitely not for every day driving.
With the assimilation with Dodge/Chrysler products, I feel like they're going to be around for a while.Cool car. BUT -
There is a reason Alfa and Fiat don't stay on US soil in a permanent fashion.
They've come and gone before in my life. They'll come and go again. Just not a fit of the necessary level for the US market, whatever that means.
When they go away again, the car won't be worth scrap value and parts will be unobtanium.
Kinda like Daimler Chrysler?With the assimilation with Dodge/Chrysler products, I feel like they're going to be around for a while.