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.
“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.”
Jaw-dropping good looks
Proper RWD ‘Driver’s Car’
Something new and exciting
A little pricey
No manual option
Germans do a better interior
A car so good-looking it will make you want to bite your lip, the Giulia might just be the saving grace for Alfa Romeo here in Ireland, and indeed across Europe.
Now that it’s finally here, we can confirm it drives just as good as it looks. A silky smooth eight speed automatic gearbox is standard across the range, which includes the jaw-dropping Quadrifoglio performance model. The more realistic 2.2l diesel option is no slouch either – available in either 150 or 180hp guise, its low emissions and decent fuel economy help to keep running costs impressively low.
The striking Italian design continues inside the cabin which houses a top-class infotainment system and a raft of other high-tech gadgets to play with.
We like it. We like it a lot.
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