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Five engines and three trim levels coming to the UK; on-sale this July
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28 April 2010

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta range will start from £16,995 in the UK, the company has confirmed.

The base model is the 1.4 TB in Turismo trim; standard equipment includes air-con, alloy wheels, electric front and rear windows, stop-start, LED lights and Alfa's DNA system.

At £16,995 it is more expensive than the entry-level five-door VW Golf 1.4 at £15,435, although the Alfa boasts more power and equipment as standard.

Alfa Giulietta 1.4 TB Multiair first driveAlfa Giulietta 2.0 JDTM first drive

The Giulietta is cheaper than the entry-level five-door Ford Focus 1.6 Style, which costs from £17,945. As well as being cheaper than the Focus, the Alfa comes with more equipment and power than that model, too.

Five engines will be available: petrol engines include the 120bhp 1.4 TB, the 170bhp 1.4 TB Multiair and the range-topping 235bhp 1750 TBi Cloverleaf version. Prices for these engines start at £16,995, £19,495 and £24,495 respectively. The diesel range consists of a 105bhp 1.6 JDTM-2 costing from £17,895 and 170bhp 2.0 JDTM-2 costing from £21,195.

Three trim levels are offered on the Giulietta: Turismo, Lusso and Veloce.

The Alfa Giulietta will go on sale in the UK from July after its public debut at that month's Goodwood Festival of Speed. Alfa is taking centre stage at Goodwood this year as part of its centenary celebrations.

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lilianna 4 April 2014

I wonder what the thinking is

I wonder what the thinking is in BMW Towers as their i-vehicles near production?
mfe 29 April 2010

Re: Alfa Giulietta from £16,995

When the word quality is uttered I start to yawn ! Of the cars I've owned the most fun I have had was in an AX GT MK1 ! The Alfa has more than enough quality and a whole lot of passion to boot !

beachland2 29 April 2010

Re: Alfa Giulietta from £16,995

crashbangwallop wrote:
I assume you are an American. none durable - not hard wearing. Yes its English. Things like gotten are not English.


The word/prefix you are looking for is "non-".

Try using the oxford english dictionary next time.

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