Doesn't it mean it has had a cat s--t in it. That, of course, means it should be completely written off, because on the basis on the basis of the Cat S in our garden only someone without working olfactory organs will be able to use it.
I can think of three alternatives, two of a similar ilk and one of a similar price at the moment.
Of the same ilk, I might have considered one of the larger BMW Gran Coupes. The only problems are: making sure you buy one when they've stopped depreciating like a stone, which is a tricky one; the usual modern day BMW malaises, which are too numerous to list here; and, from a personal point of view, a near neighbour has a liking of large Munich saloons, and I wouldn't wish to emulate him. They are obviously quite nice to drive still though, mostly . . .
Secondly, what about a GT-R? Obviously a bit more common on here, but in the general world less so. And, if you happen to get into conversation with someone about what car you drive - not something I encourage, but it could happen - with a GT-R you only need say three letters, whereas with the Alfa it takes five minutes to reel off the name and life is too short for that.
Finally, and far more appealing than anything else, if perhaps not quite as useable day-to-day - I definitely wouldn't, but that doesn't make it any less desirable (and they also have four seats) - would be a Mark IV Supra. UK-spec manual versions seem to be settling at that kind of price this year. Not that I've been looking . . .