Used Alfa Romeo 4C Cars in Scotland

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Alfa Romeo 4C 1.8 TBi (240bhp) Spider Convertible +11
Alfa Romeo 4C £35,900
1.8 TBi (240bhp) Spider Convertible 2d 1742cc TCT

2015

Automatic

40.9 mpg

Tax: £220

Mileage: 17,000

Petrol

Alfa Romeo 4C 1.8 TBi (240bhp) [no trim] Coupe 2d +26
Alfa Romeo 4C £39,990
1.8 TBi (240bhp) [no trim] Coupe 2d 1742cc TCT CARBON PACK, SPORTS EXHAUST, FSH
Finance from £945 per month

2015

Automatic

Mileage: 23,000

Petrol

Alfa Romeo 4C 1.75 TBi 2dr TCT Coupe 2017, 26401 m +21
Alfa Romeo 4C £47,999
1.75 TBi 2dr TCT

2017

Semi-Auto

41.5 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 26,401

Petrol

Alfa Romeo 4C 1.75 TBi 2dr TCT Coupe 2016, 10476 m +9
Alfa Romeo 4C £41,990
1.75 TBi 2dr TCT

2016

Automatic

41.5 mpg

Tax: £220

Mileage: 10,476

Petrol

Alfa Romeo 4C 1.7 TBI 2d 240 BHP Coupe 2016, 17000
Alfa Romeo 4C £42,500
1.7 TBI 2d 240 BHP

2016

Automatic

41.5 mpg

Tax: £220

Mileage: 17,000

Petrol

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Why buy a used Alfa Romeo 4C with Exchange and Mart?

A rear-wheel drive, mid-engined sportscar based around a lightweight carbon fibre chassis? That'll be a McLaren or a Lamborghini, right? Not in this case. Alfa Romeo has long been a brand of unfulfilled promise. With the 4C, it got itself right back on track.

About the Alfa Romeo 4C

Whether you're talking cars or creatures, evolution isn't a smooth process but it's punctuated by landmarks that redefine the process. If we apply that to sportscars, these step changes are models that have re-set market standards, designs like Lotus' Elise, Nissan's GTR and Porsche's 911. To this exclusive club, we can add another member, this Alfa Romeo 4C. Why? Because it changes the way that affordable sportscars can be built, with carbonfibre underpinnings previously restricted to exotic McLarens, Ferraris and Lamborghinis, yet here available for less than you'd pay for an entry-level Porsche Cayman of similar vintage that's had a few options thrown at it. And it's a true driver's car, more extreme in its execution than most of us expected. It's as if Alfa gave vent to years of frustration at being fobbed off with front-wheel drive Fiat platforms and decided to imbue this machine with everything they had. The very fact that here, we finally got a mid-engined rear-wheel drive Alfa Romeo is enough to get the pulses racing. And it looks fantastic. This car is nowhere near perfect of course: Alfas never were. Parts of the interior don't quite match the required price tag and some of the finer points of its dynamics aren't as polished as you'd get in a Lotus product. The exciting, immersive driving experience can also be wearing at length - but that's the way it should be in a car like this. It should be an event every time you fire it up. You ought to be unable to walk away without turning your head to look for a final time and small kids should want to be photographed with it. This isn't a Lotus Exige or a Porsche Cayman. It's something altogether more exotic. It's the Alfa we'd hoped and prayed for for thirty years. It doesn't disappoint.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 15.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 15.9%, you would pay £166.52 per month. Total charge for credit would be £1,992.93 and total amount repayable is £7,992.96.

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