The Alfa Romeo Giulia is great to drive, with genuinely sporty performance and a selection of smooth engines. It makes a convincing alternative to the usual German suspects, especially after the latest interior upgrades.get the best price
Trim: Nero Edizione
On top of everything that comes with entry-level Super trim, Nero Edizione adds larger wheels, 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats, adaptive cruise control and bright xenon headlights. Well worth a look.
Engine: 2.0 TB
The turbocharged petrol engine offers up a zesty 197bhp and 243lb ft of low rev pulling power. It sounds better than the diesel, is much smoother and revs more keenly. Fuel economy isn't anything to write home about, though.
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