As buying a Supra has proven to be more and more of a hassle, my attention has started to wander to another car that had my attention a few years ago but I never got the chance to experience: The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio. 4 door, 5 seats, Ferrari-derived 505hp turbocharged V6 engine, 0-60 in 3.8 seconds, time-and-time again proven to be the best handling car in its class and beyond its class. Has a split personality (like the Supra): a luxurious, supple ride, and at the flick of a switch, an Italian handling monster. First (and second) year bugs are out of the way (of which there were many). I know what you guys are thinking- this car is not in the same league as the Supra. But given how quickly these cars depreciate, a 2017 Quad is around low $50k. You can find new 2018s sitting on dealer lots that are going for $20k off sticker. That puts it in the same price category as the Supra. And looks are subjective but I think the interior of the Giulia is really quite something, especially with the carbon buckets: Some would argue the Giulia is the better looking car outside as well. Make no mistake, the Supra will be the more reliable car, but something about this Alfa keeps bringing me back, especially now at its discounted price. What do you all think?