Snap Judgment: Which Alfa Reigns Supreme?

German auto giant Volkswagen may be eyeing Alfa Romeo, but that doesn’t stop Alfisti of all walks of life from admiring the marque’s proud heritage. Although Alfa has been absent from the U.S. market for over a decade, the brand is alive and well across the globe.

In a recent poll to determine which Alfa is most loved in the United Kingdom, the Alfa Giulia GTAm (pictured above) came out on top, beating out the modern 8C Competizione supercar, among others. With Fiat’s tentative plans to reintroduce Alfa Romeo to America, we want your input: Which Alfa is your favorite?

Among the likely candidates for modern favorite are the ice-cool 159 sedan and sleek Brera hatchback and spider. Or, you might prefer to venture into Alfa’s heritage collection, to classics like the Alfasud or the convertibles that earned the brand a reputation for sportiness throughout the decades.

Which Alfa earns the top spot in your heart (or a place in your garage)?

Today’s Snap Judgment:

Which Alfa reigns supreme?

Did the Brits get it right? Let us know what you think in the comments section and on the Automobile Magazine Facebook page.

Source: Alfa Romeo

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