- New Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2016 facelift review
- 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Review
- Alfa Romeo Giulietta review
New Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2016 facelift review
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Alfa Romeo has never had a problem designing a pretty car and the Giulietta hatchback is another in the long catwalk of Alfas at which one look is seldom enough. This revised car boasts increased equipment, so all versions have air-conditioning, a leather steering wheel, the D. A driving mode selector and the Uconnect Live infotainment system. There are also new upholsteries, and new alloy wheel designs. The Giulietta front end now reflects that of the new Alfa Giulia saloon. So it still looks good, but has the Giulietta improved elsewhere?
Jump to navigation. Even the post-war period, when Alfa Romeo became a mid-market premium brand, saw some triumphs too. So it needs to be good. In contrast to the that it replaced , the Giulietta is available as a five-door only, with a choice of four petrol engines and three diesels. A bhp 1. The common-rail diesel option — pioneered by Fiat — can be had in bhp 1. A six-speed manual gearbox is standard on all models, except on the highest powered petrol and diesel models and the Cloverleaf Giulietta, which are fitted with Alfa's dual-clutch automatic transmission, badged 'TCT'.
Did you know? When the Giulietta was first launched, its platform was designed to take front- or four-wheel drive, but never did have 4WD in this Alfa. Our obsession with premium German brands means that each new Alfa has a mountain to climb. Thankfully, the Giulietta gets off to a good start with its styling. Alfa tweaked the looks just a little in with new radiator grilles now with mesh inserts if you fancy , some piping and highlighting in red and altered headlights, but the Giulietta looks fundamentally the same as when it was first launched in As for image, well much of that will depend on quite how much of a car nut you are.
The Giulietta was a classic model from the s and is Alfa Romeo's compact hatch successor to Alfa Romeo's The modern Giulietta is styled after the 8C Competizione super car with its trilobe shape and modern inverted triangle grill flanked on either side by a pair of oversized air intakes. Available in both gasoline and diesel configurations, the top of the line Giulietta will be the Quadrifoglio Verde TBi producing HP. The Giulietta name has had a pretty bumpy history. Originally used between and , the name was discontinued until This Giulietta, dubbed Type , was produced from to at which point the name was once again discontinued.
The unique features of the Guilietta Veloce S Edition combine to produce the perfect blend of seductive style, sophistication and dynamic performance. Limited to just 30 vehicles in Australia. The feisty front end, embellished by the Alfa Romeo shield and the LED daytime running lights, the sleek profile running across the side and signature LED lights at the rear, this is the Giulietta. The interiors of the Alfa Giulietta have been crafted with high quality materials such as the new Italian design upholstery and matte black grain dashboard. Refined elegance in true Alfa Romeo style. Explore the range of interior available on the Giulietta.
2017 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Review
Alfa Romeo Giulietta review
2017 Alfa Romeo Giulietta - Exterior and Interior Review