Alfa Romeo Giulia, a small luxury sedan, is designed for people who are looking for a stylish and exciting vehicle. The Giulia was released in 2017 and brought Italian design and performance into a segment that was less focused on comfort and tech. The Giulia offers plenty of luxury but is driver-focused.
Alfa Romeo luxury sedans are a great choice if you like the luxury of being surrounded with fine luxury. The Alfa Romeo is a refreshing departure from Japanese and German brands. It brings new life to the segment by offering a unique approach. Each drive is unique thanks to the unique layout. The strong engine and smooth transmission work make it easy to feel in complete control. This car is definitely worth a test drive.
Pricing and Trims
Alfa Romeo offers two versions of the Giulia: the Giulia Ti and the base model, called Giulia. Both versions are available with an all-wheel drive or rear wheel drive drivetrain. Each model has a unique suspension setup with a double wishbone configuration at the front and a semi-virtual steering wheel. The Alfa Link, a patent-pending link with vertical rods, is located in the rear. The base Giulia comes standard with automatic bi-xenon projector headslights, LED taillights and power-folding and heated sides mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels, 10 spokes, and rainsensing wipers. The interior features include ambient lighting, automatic climate control, satin aluminum accents and leather upholstery. There is also a 7-inch TFT digital gauge cluster, an 8-inch infotainment display, 8 speakers, power-adjustable seats, a leather-wrapped steering column, and acoustic sun glass. Upgrade to the Giulia T means that the car gets 18-inch Dark Turbine alloy wheels, Dark Gray Oak Wood trim, an 8.8 inch infotainment display, satellite radio, front seats heaters, and heated steering wheel. Many options can be combined into bundles. There are many options available, including a power moonroof and forward collision warning plus. Also, there are red, black, or Yellow brake calipers. Paddle shifters can be mounted to the steering wheels. Aluminum sport pedals can also be mounted to the steering wheel. Giulias come with a $37,000 factory invoice and an MSRP of $39,000 for a base model. The MSRP of the vehicle will go up by $2,200 if you choose the Ti trim level. If you are a member of a Certified Dealer, you can expect to save money by receiving an upfront offer and wall.
Engine and Performance
The Giulia is only available with a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with direct injection. It produces 280 horsepower and 306 pounds-feet of torque. It is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission that is engineered to maintain the engine’s RPMs in a safe range. You can choose all-wheel drive, or rear-wheel drive.
Alfa Romeo gave the Giulia an elegant, modern, and dramatic interior in true Italian fashion. There are five color options: black with dark grey accent stitching; black and tan; black and red; black and Ice with dark brown accent stitching; and finally, Crema. The materials feel luxurious and the craftsmanship is impeccable, right down to the last detail. The interior layout is extremely clean and balanced, regardless of which option you choose. The controls are large enough to be easy to locate without having to look. They’re also intuitive. While some people find the infotainment system intuitive, others may find it difficult to use. You should learn it as soon as the car is parked. The interior space is excellent all around. The front seats can accommodate large and tall adults. The rear seats can be used by most adults without difficulty. However, it may feel a bit cramped for longer trips. The trunk space is average.