I am a devoted 2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio owner. The car has given my family and me great pleasure, with almost no problems and terrific dealer service. The Stelvio does everything. But new US Alfa Romeo annual sales totaled 23,790 in 2019, across all three models. That is down approximately 23 percent from last year's sales, which weren't very good, either, in a market which has been robust (approximately 17 million sales) for the last five years. Never before has the US market sold 17 million+ cars per annum for five years in a row. So I do not understand how Alfa - after four years in the United States - can remain viable. Relaunch? I am intending to lease a 2021 model, when my current lease runs out, but I question whether Alfa will be in the country by then. While older Alfa aficionados here berate millennial and younger Alfa buyers - whose automotive values are different from boomers - and sound like they miss carburetors and ignition points, that is surely only a very minor reason Alfa is failing in the United States. What is the solution?