2017 Drive Car of the Year: Best Performance Car over $60,000
Can Alfa Romeo's Giulia QV out gun a quartet of Germany's fastest sports cars?

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    • Driveway Demons
      Driveway Demons

      Giulia hands down. That car is a work of art considering its their first US released Sedan! I am looking to get one for my channel.

      about 1 year ago
    • Colin Hooper
      Colin Hooper

      The tesla model s p100d can acclerat like a monster

      about 1 year ago
    • Oliver deery
      Oliver deery

      I don't believe the E63 is 200k that's same price as a Lamborghini

      about 1 year ago
    • dominic pelle
      dominic pelle

      What a stupid comparison.. a four door sedan vs a sports car.

      about 1 year ago
    • Blake Swan
      Blake Swan

      Was with you until you mentioned one of the most expensive cars in the lot. Weird that Mercedes is featured in all your applicable categories and wins.🤔 Wonder how Drive is funded

      about 2 years ago
    • Blake Swan
      Blake Swan In reply to Blake Swan

      Drive.com.au it's okay. I already unsubscribed. Caradvice it is

      about 2 years ago
    • Drive.com.au
      Drive.com.au In reply to Blake Swan

      Drive is editorially independent, Mercedes didn't make it in either of our best luxury SUV categories also lost in both luxury over and under 80k but they did win best convertible. Hope that clears It up for you Blake :)

      about 2 years ago
    • Agent Coulson
      Agent Coulson

      That's possibly the worst hair I've ever seen on a car site.......

      about 2 years ago
    • Vincenzo Gennaro
      Vincenzo Gennaro

      Alfa Giulia QV Forever😍💪🏻

      about 2 years ago
    • Gibsonite
      Gibsonite

      I need the best drivers car I think I'll go with a big family saloon over a 911 gts... said no one ever

      about 2 years ago
    • gamerscockpit
      gamerscockpit

      Need a higher priced category. 60K now days is too low. I think 150K plus is the go and then 300K plus after that. Cayman wins the below 150K.

      about 2 years ago
    • John_I
      John_I

      how disappointing; you have all of these fantastic cars at the same time and you dont do a straight line drag race....? in the real world, how many ppl put these cars on a track as opposed to how many ppl will do the traffic light grand prix....? self indulgent fictional rubbish!

      about 2 years ago
    • JUMP23MΔN
      JUMP23MΔN

      You blokes been in the outback too long your brains are all dehydrated🤯

      about 2 years ago
    • D
      D

      I don't understand how you say the Giulia is track focused. That is almost completely the opposite of every other review I've read.

      Motor Trend said it is the car they have ever tested that manages to be comfortable on the road and then controlled on track. This couldn't be more at odds with what you say here.

      about 2 years ago
    • Pussysmasher6969
      Pussysmasher6969

      How can you possibly compare these cars?
      Drive.com, you are a dissapointment. The ACA of motoring.

      about 2 years ago
    • Drive.com.au
      Drive.com.au In reply to Pussysmasher6969

      We judge these cars against the Drive car of the year criteria not directly to each other, Tracy Grimshaw isn't involved in our testing.

      about 2 years ago
    • Top Cat
      Top Cat

      Over $60,000! crikey it's nearly a quarter of a million dollars plus options. I think you need another category.

      about 2 years ago