13 April 2010

Steve Cropley heads to the Balocco Test Track in Italy to try out Alfa's new Giulietta.

The car will be made as a five-door only and features a VW Golf-sized rear compartment, but a coupe-like roofline and disguised rear door handles.

A range of four-cylinder diesel and petrol engines, all turbocharged and ranging from a 120bhp 1.4-litre petrol to a 170bhp 2.0-litre diesel, will drive the front wheels.

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7 February 2013

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta looks great and is available with some good engines. Smile Most versions are well priced and equipped, and running costs should be low. Smile

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