There's something truly unique and exciting about driving a sports car. It feels like freedom and power mixed together in a comfortable ride, and you're bound to find that and more when you are lucky enough to get behind the wheel of the 2016 Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe. When you are looking for the best value in a new sports car, why choose something that we've all seen before. Stand out from the crowd in the unique and European styling of the 4C. In this comparison of the 2016 Alfa Romeo 4C and 2016 Chevy Corvette, we'll take a close look at all the features and aspects that make the Alfa Romeo stand out.
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When you're looking at the exteriors of the Alfa Romeo 4C and the Chevy Corvette, there is certainly a lot to love. Clean lines and an incredibly aerodynamic design make both the Corvette and the 4C look intimidating and confident. The unique grille and headlights on the 4C give you the advantage of driving a vehicle that looks special and different. The more traditional shape and design of the Corvette is still appealing, but does lack the European charm and fluidity that is so apparent on the 4C coupe.
When it comes to engine specs, the Corvette has the advantage in a few areas, while the 4C dominates fuel economy. If you are looking for a sports car, but you don't want to spend your life savings on the fuel to run it, the Alfa Romeo 4C is the perfect car for you. The incredibly light-weight frame and smaller, but impressively responsive and powerful, engine allows you to take off at lightning speed and still achieve up to 34 miles per gallon on the highway! The Corvette's much larger engine is going to make for a slightly quicker acceleration, but sacrifices efficiency, making it a more costly option after purchase than the Alfa Romeo.