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Alfa Romeo Giulia

  • tickDistinctive styling
  • tickSmooth automatic gearbox
  • tickGood fun to drive

Alfa Romeo Giulia Saloon (2016 - )

Adding a dash of Italian glamour to the otherwise formulaic executive saloon segment, the Alfa Romeo Giulia plays to the brand’s sporting traditions with slinky styling, sporty handling and a smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic on all models.
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The diesel Giulia would seem the obvious choice for those concerned by running costs but, at 2.2 litres, it’s a bigger engine than those in most rivals, putting it on the back foot for emissions and fuel consumption. Available in two states of power, the CO2 emissions are the same in both cases.

It’s a similar story with the two versions of the 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, with little cost in terms of CO2 or combined fuel consumption between the two variants. This is good news of sorts, meaning you can have the sporty 280 horsepower Veloce version without worrying it’ll cost you more to run, though it is of course more expensive to buy.

The Giulia is conspicuously lacking in any hybrid options, where alternatives such as the Volvo S60, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3 Series BMW 3 Series all feature plug-in versions within their line-ups.
The diesel Giulia would seem the obvious choice for those concerned by running costs but, at 2.2 litres, it’s a bigger engine than those in most rivals, putting it on the back foot for emissions and fuel consumption. Available in two states of power, the CO2 emissions are the same in both cases.

It’s a similar story with the two versions of the 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, with little cost in terms of CO2 or combined fuel consumption between the two variants. This is good news of sorts, meaning you can have the sporty 280 horsepower Veloce version without worrying it’ll cost you more to run, though it is of course more expensive to buy.

The Giulia is conspicuously lacking in any hybrid options, where alternatives such as the Volvo S60, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3 Series BMW 3 Series all feature plug-in versions within their line-ups.

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