Alfa Romeo Giulia (2016 - present)
Alfa Romeo have finally made good on their promise of a curvy Italian rival to the 3 Series/A4/C-Class stronghold, and boy did they deliver. A car so good-looking it will make you want to bite your lip, the Giulia might just be the saving grace for the brand here in Ireland, and indeed across Europe. It's not due to arrive until late 2016, but if it drives half as good as it looks it might just be the exciting new contender needed to shake up that fearsome German threesome.
Look out for
Can't comment at this stage
What we like
- Stunning design
- RWD - promises to be a typically Alfa 'driver's car'
- Something new and exciting in what has become a bit of a dull market
- Quadrifoglio model promises sportscar performance
- Alfa Romeo quality and reliability image is on the up
What we don't like
- Entry level price is a bit higher than its rivals. Although it does include an 8 speed automatic gearbox.
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Alfa Romeo Dealers
- Agnelli Motor Park (Dublin)
- Burns Car Sales (Sligo)
- Clareview Limerick (Limerick)
- Dan Seaman Motors (Cork)
- John Linnane Motors Ltd (Wicklow)
- Lee Garage (Cork) Ltd (Cork)
- McGuigan Motors (Monaghan)
- Michael Barrable Motors (Dublin)
- Paschal Kennedy Motors (Dublin)
- Tractamotors Blanchardstown (Dublin)
- Waterford Motor Village (Waterford)