This is your hub for all of the Alfa Romeo sales data for the U.S market.
Alfa Romeo is an Italian car manufacturer which primarily produces luxury vehicles. The company is known for their technological and design innovations for producing their vehicles.
We all want Alfa Romeo to do well in the U.S. The company started selling cars in the US in 1961 but ceased exporting cars to the country in 1995. As Alfa Romeo never really establshed itself in the North America. They didn’t see the American region as a priority and instead focused on the European market.
Since then, we all waited with baited breath every time there was a rumor that Alfa was coming back to our shores. Most people still don’t believe that the brand is back in the States and resumed their sales in 2008. Today, Alfa Romeo is dead serious about not just reestablishing the brand in the US, but also reinventing the company’s image so their cars will appeal to a much wider automotive audience.
Our Take On Alfa Romeo US Sales Figures
Alfa Romeo cars were not available for sale in the U.S from 1995 through 2008. It started with its return to the market with the 8C Competizione supercar in 2009 (less than 100 units sold), followed by the exotic, two-seat 4C sports car that went on sale here in 2014. However, it was Alfa Romeo spending big to re-introduce itself to the U.S. during the Super Bowl in early 2017 with the launch of the Giulia range that signaled the historic Italian brand was finally back.
Alfa has a lot in store for North American consumers with a full lineup for the first time in decades. Initial reviews and volumes are encouraging. It seems that Alfa Romeo has finally got its act together on producing genuinely great cars for North American consumers.