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Giulietta hatchback and CX-5 SUV both get mild updates for 2014, while Ermini gets ready to launch its Seiottosei sports car at Geneva motor show
Lewis Kingston
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17 February 2014

The updated 2014 Alfa Romeo Giulietta is now on sale for £18,235. Upgrades include a new grille, different wheels, more supportive seats and a standard-fit DAB radio. Alfa also says the engine line-up is cleaner while the 2.0-litre diesel is now more powerful.

Ermini, a classic Italian car manufacturer, will be revealing its new Seiottosei sports car at the Geneva motor show. It will make extensive use of carbonfibre and power will come from a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine. Only 46 will be made. The company produced its last car, the Ermini 357 Sport 1500cc, in 1955.

Mazda has revised its CX-5 SUV in order to maintain competitiveness with rivals like the Kia Sportage. The CX-5's suspension has been retuned to offer a better ride, leather trim is now standard and manual models get a simpler starting system to allow for quick recovery from stalls. Prices start at £21,595.

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17 February 2014
Do these updates apply to cars due for March 2014 delivery. My wife takes delivery of a new one ordered in Jan and I wondered if it would have these changes.....

17 February 2014
Alfa badly need new cars not updates on cars that do not sell.

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