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Alfa Romeo Spider convertible (2007 – 2010) expert review

Read the Alfa Romeo Spider convertible (2007 - 2010) car review by Auto Trader's motoring experts, covering price, specification, running costs, practicality, safety and how it drives.

Last updated on 28 October 2014 | 0 min read

The Auto Trader expert verdict:


The Alfa Romeo Spider is spectacularly gorgeous to look at. Pity it doesn't drive a little better.

Reasons to buy:

  • tickStunning looks
  • tickWide range of engine options
  • tickRare Alfa

At a glance:


Alfa Romeo really does have this styling thing nailed. The Spider is another example of how the company’s rich heritage and distinctive shield grille can be brought bang up to date. Despite this Spider’s age, it still looks thoroughly modern. While it shares most of its styling with the Alfa Brera coupe, the Spider is a little shorter and the flat rear deck and rollover hoops give it its own personality. It never fails to turn heads.
Expert rating: 5/5


Alfa Romeo’s design team put its stamp on the Spider’s interior too. The Alfa badge is embossed into the headrests of the gorgeous leather seats (where fitted) and there is much more creative use of colour than in the Alfa’s sombre rivals – such as the Audi TT. The instruments are all angled towards the driver and though the switchgear is ageing, it’s laid out logically and easy to use. Quality is good, as befits the price tag.

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