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Watch this Alfa Romeo flip along Havelock road after hitting a tree!

Watch this Alfa Romeo flip along Havelock road after hitting a tree!

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A video from @SG Road Vigilante has been circulating showing an Alfa Romeo hitting the road kerb before lurching to the right and flipping over!

 

The incident happened along the long stretch of road before the State Courts and the Ministry of Manpower.

The car suffered extensive damage throughout this incident.

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Credits: Mothership

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It is definitely a well-loved car, with one sgCarMart consumer reviewer, Michaelkoh, describing the car as something, "Under the radar gem. (With) Striking design and styling without the excessive price tag. Definitely a top consideration for those looking for cars in the $100-120k range."

After searching on our sgCarMart used car section, we found that there isn't any current pre-owned Giuletta in the market.

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If you guys are looking out for an Alfa Romeo Giulietta for your next ride, please keep a lookout for one with an uneven sloping roof and perhaps tyres that are painted with "POTENZA" in white.



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