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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Gets New Range

2019 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Gets New Range

The compact Alfa Romeo is updating its bold sporty character with a choice of three trim levels and engines

The new Alfa Romeo Giulietta is reasserting its position as a compact and sporty car, with a new range offering a choice of three trim levels along with three Euro 6D compliant engines. The updated range also sees the debut of Visconti Green livery, new alloy wheels and special upholstery.

Giulietta Super
The Giulietta Super shows its personality by adding silver trim around the front bumper and rear diffuser, complementing the existing trim on the “V” grille, headlight housing and door handles, along with 17-inch Turbine alloy wheels. Inside, the Giulietta Super also gets a lift with a new upholstery design complete with grey stitching, while mocha, black and red leather will be available as options. Cruise control, dual zone air conditioning, front fog lights and rear parking sensors are all now standard across the Giulietta range.

Giulietta Speciale
The Giulietta Speciale builds on the previous Sport version with 17-inch five hole dark finish alloy wheels and black details on the “V” grille, door handles, door mirrors, foglight surround and Giulietta badge. The front and rear sports bumpers retain their red accents, while body colour side skirts, an oversized exhaust pipe and tinted windows complete the look. Inside, the Speciale gains aluminium kick plate and pedals Alcantara and fabric sports seats with red stitching and red stitching on the flat bottomed steering wheel, gear lever and handbrake.

Giulietta Veloce
The Giulietta Veloce completes the line-up by building on the performance characteristics of the Speciale and further increasing the standard specification. Its more aggressive look is achieved with the addition of 18-inch dark five hole alloy wheels, sports bumpers with yellow accents, oversize yellow Brembo brake calipers and twin exhaust pipes. On the inside, the sports vocation of the new Giulietta Veloce is reasserted by new Alcantara and fabric seats with contrasting yellow stitching and head restraints with Alfa Romeo logo, aluminium pedals and kick plate and flat-bottom sports steering wheel with yellow stitching. Front and rear parking sensors, electrochromic rearview mirror, electrically folding wing mirrors, automatic headlights and windscreen wipers and Uconnect 6.5-inch radio NAV are all included as standard to cement the Veloce trim’s place at the top of the line-up.

A Veloce Rosso pack is also optionally available, replacing the yellow accents with red on the steering wheel, gear leaver, handbrake and seats, as well as the front splitter, rear diffuser and brake calipers.

Engine and transmission range
The new Giulietta engines line-up features a 1.4-litre 120hp turbo petrol and a 1.6-litre 120hp Multijet diesel with a choice of manual or Alfa TCT automatic transmission, while the 2.0-litre 170hp diesel with Alfa TCT and gearshift paddles is available exclusively with the Veloce trim.

All models in the Alfa Romeo Giulietta range come with five years warranty, three years scheduled servicing and five years roadside assistance* as standard as part of the 5-3-5 campaign.

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta goes on sale in March with prices starting from £19,750 OTR for a 1.4-litre 120hp Giulietta Super, after making its debut at the Geneva International Motor Show. For more information on the Alfa Romeo range visit www.alfaromeo.co.uk or to locate your nearest Alfa Romeo retailer, visit www.alfaromeo.co.uk/retailers.

Model OTR price
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.4 petrol 120hp Super £19,750
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.6 diesel 120hp Super £20,250
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.6 diesel 120hp Alfa TCT Super £21,500
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.4 petrol 120hp Speciale £21,450
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.6 diesel 120hp Speciale £21,950
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2.0 diesel 170hp Alfa TCT Veloce £25,850

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