The original 1960's Alfa Romeo Spider was widely-acknowledged as a "design classic" and, though the most recent incarnation - a two-seat convertible based on the Brera coupe - didn't meet with the same acclaim, it still was still widely-praised for its visual appeal.
While the modern Spider could also boast a slick, stylish cabin, a good range of engines (including two economical diesels) and a generous level of equipment as standard, the 'drive' itself didn't meet with universal approval with some critics complaining of a 'blunt response' on rough roads and a lack of steering precision.
With high insurance costs and the fact that it was priced on a par with the upmarket German rivals in the sector, the Alfa Romeo Spider never made much of an impact on the European sales market, with annual sales in the UK rating in the hundreds rather than the thousands! Like its 'sister car', the Brera, production was stopped in 2010.
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