Alfa Romeo Giulia pricing announced: UK range to start at £29k

Published: 09 August 2016

► New Giulia range to start at £29k
► Petrol and diesel versions offered
► Flagship Quadrifoglio to cost £59k

Alfa Romeo has announced the pricing and specification for its recently launched Giulia saloon, which goes head-to-head with the likes of the BMW 3-series.

The UK line-up and pricing is as follows:

  • Giulia 2.0 Petrol Turbo 197bhp – £29,180
  • Giulia Super 2.0 Petrol Turbo 197bhp – £30,880
  • Giulia Super 2.2 JTDM-2  148bhp – £30,750
  • Giulia Super 2.2 JTDM-2 178bhp – £31,950
  • Giulia Tecnica 2.2 Turbo Diesel 148bhp – £30,995
  • Giulia Tecnica 2.2 Turbo Diesel 178bhp – £32,195
  • Giulia Speciale 2.2 JTDM-2 178bhp – £34,150
  • Giulia Quadrifoglio 2.9 V6 Bi-Turbo 503bhp – £59,000

How competitive is the pricing? 

Pleasingly, the Alfa’s on a par with many of its rivals. At the entry-level point, BMW’s similarly specified 320i Sport clocks in at £29,300. At the other end of the scale, a dual-clutch BMW M3 would set you back £59,100 – again, close to the Alfa’s pricing. Equivalent offerings from Jaguar and Mercedes also fall within a similar ballpark.

What’s the standard kit list like?

The entry-level Giulia gets 16-in wheels, a 6.5-in media system, cloth seats, cruise control, DAB, dual-zone climate, rear parking sensors and several safety systems. Move up to Super and you’ll benefit from a larger 8.8-in media system with sat-nav, part leather trim, dual chrome exhaust tips, 17-in wheels and aluminium door sill protectors.

Tecnica models pack a whole host of upgrades, including power seats, rear air vents, front and rear USB ports, front parking sensors, a rear-view camera, tinted glass and a cooled glovebox. Alfa’s  upmarket ‘Speciale’ builds on that kit list further with bi-Xenon lights, a host of trim upgrades leather sports seats, 18-in wheels and a sports bodykit. 

Lastly, opt for the flagship Quadrifoglio and – as well as that lusty twin-turbo V6 – you’ll get 19-in wheels, leather and Alcantara sports seats, a host of cosmetic and chassis upgrades, blind spot monitoring and autonomous emergency braking.

When can I get my hands on one? 

Alfa says that the new Giulia range goes on sale later this year, with the first deliveries expected shortly afterwards.

Read more Giulia reviews here

By Lewis Kingston

Formerly of this parish. Inveterate car buyer and seller; currently owner of a '68 Charger project car

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