With these two very “Latin lovers” SUVs, two famous manufacturers confirm their revival for the benefit of the Italian automotive industry.
ALFA ROMEO TONAL, BACK LIGHT The smoldering look, the triangle-like grille and the five-petal rims… of course, it’s Alfa. Five years after the big Stelvio, the “small” Tonale (4.53m) sounds the bell for the Milanese brand, now part of the Stellantis group. The new rival of the Peugeot 3008 instead of the BMW X1, this family SUV shines with its generous dimensions (trunk of 500 l), its welcoming interior is highlighted by the traditional two-barrel dashboard and its clean ergonomics. A little firm on goal, the Italian also convinces with its silence and the simplicity of its dynamic character… under its performance, without relief, and its unadorned use despite its 48V hybrid technology. Apart from its range of weapons, the luxurious foundation of Alfa Romeo’s revival has no arguments to shake up the competition.
CARS GREEK, COUNTERWIND
The younger brother of the Levante puts with its presence more than the size (4.85 m). He promised to take first place in Maserati sales, the(…)