Aside from the very early models, Alfasuds were highly regarded cars having achieved the holy grail of adhesive road holding coupled with superlative ride comfort due to having a low centre of gravity and an advanced suspension setup normally found in much larger cars at the time. It would take over a decade before the rest of the motor industry caught up with the Sud in equalling the ride refinement balance in a small family car.
Forget the Giulia Quadrifoglio, for one thing a true petrol head would know how to spell it correctly, its just that its a heck of a jump from a fourth-hand RS5 to a vehicle whose basic list price is just short of £60k. Deprecation is comparable to prestige German marques yet PCP rates are piss-poor. Try and source a late model Ford Focus, more so if its shiny. Anyway, haven't you blown enough of your modest inheritance on cars? Having had the insurance turn down your claim because you let the thief drive off in your car whilst showing off to younger men in a fast food drive through establishment must hurt. "Hey dude, cool car. Can I sit in it to test the throttle response?" "sure, why not.........hey, wait a minute"