Auto makers have, in recent times, taken advantage of the growing popularity of online shopping to set up their own virtual stores for everyone around the world to have an opportunity to purchase items ranging from shirts, key chains, and floor mats.

The latest car brand to set up shop on the Internet is Alfa Romeo, making its products – with the exception of its cas, of course - available to a global audience. According to the Italian automaker, the new Alfa store was designed “to communicate and enhance the values of Alfa Romeo as a historical and distinctively Italian brand”.

In addition to having the latest Alfa merchandise, Alfa Romeo’s new online store will also have some pretty cool special edition items, as well as special offers on products that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

Check out the site and if you see something you like, your purchase is as easy as making a few clicks.


Source: Alfa Romeo

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  (1) posted on 03.23.2010

Online shopping for auto parts is currently much easier that before. There are so many sites that offer a comprehensive line of auto parts. Ebay is good but Comparison shopping sites are much better. For instance, you can use Google Products to research and compare prices with at the same time. Chances of saving money are high.

  (612) posted on 03.23.2010

That is great news then. Well, I have been seeing a few Alfa Romeo items in Ebay and I don’t think that they are genuine but they look real and I have known a lot of people who wanted to purchase and order those lines in other countries. This will make them happy I know as it will make shopping for the favorite manufacturer items and products a lot easier now.

  (939) posted on 03.22.2010

Agree, it would be more easier and more efficient to buy a car online, but honestly it wont happen due to large amount of money, but who knows maybe someday isn’t it?

  (8) posted on 03.22.2010

Brilliant! It’d be so much easier if you could buy cars this way too. The new Alfa online store, but remote control ones are a good start.

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