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New Alfa Romeo Giulietta Your Next Steps

New Alfa Romeo Giulietta

An Alfa Romeo with a dash of sensible practicality, the Giulietta means families don’t have to compromise on style, It doesn’t lacks any of Alfa Romeo’s suave design.

Anyone can be forgiven for mistaking the Guiletta for a three-door car. Rear door handles are cleverly integrated into the window surround giving it the chic look of a sporty supermini. This close attention to detail is littered across the Guiletta’s exterior. A choice of striking patterns in the alloy wheels means you can customise the exterior to suit your personality. A honeycomb pattern in the grille brings finesse, while the chrome plated tailpipes and carbon effect of the headlights give it a sporty makeover.

With the classic inverted triangle shaped grille and smoothly curved bonnet, it has Alfa Romeo’s distinctive looks. A rear spoiler at the tip of the boot and a softened boot lip are extra giveaways of its sporting roots. Opt for the Speciale or Veloce trim levels for red Brembo brake callipers.

How much is the Alfa Romeo Giulietta?

Available with a choice of four trims, pricing for the Alfa Romeo Giulietta:

Giulietta Super - £19,765

Giulietta Speciale - £21,465

Giulietta Veloce - £25,855

Alfa Romeo Giulietta in Red
Alfa Romeo Giulietta
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sport in Blue
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sport
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Super in White
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Super
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Speciale in Blue
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Speciale
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce in Red
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce

What engines are available on the Alfa Romeo Giulietta?

​Fuel Type​Engine​CO2 g/km​Trim levels
​Petrol​1.4 TB 120 hp​144​Giulietta & Sport
​Petrol​1.4 TB Multiair 150 HP​127​Super
​Petrol​1750 TBI 240 HP Alfa TCT​157​Veloce
​Diesel​1.6 JTDM-2 120 HP​99​Super
​Diesel​2.0 JTDM-2 150 HP​110​Super
​Diesel​1.6 JTDM-2 120 HP Alfa TCT​99​Super

Which features does the Alfa Romeo Giulietta have?

Highlights for each of the four trim levels:


  • ​16” Turbine design alloy wheels
  • New cloth seats
  • Uconnect™ colour touchscreen infotainment system with DAB radio, Bluetooth, CD, smartphone connectivity and live services
  • Leather steering wheel with phone and radio controls
  • Manual air conditioning
  • Front & rear electric windows
  • Electrically heated and adjustable body coloured door mirrors
  • Satin chrome door handles
  • New exhaust pipes


As Giulietta, plus:

  • ​16” 7-hole design alloy wheels
  • Matt Black grained dashboard inserts
  • Upgraded cloth seats
  • Dual zone auto climate control
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Cruise control
  • Front fog lights
  • Front armrest with storage compartment
  • Alarm system
  • Chrome finish window sills
  • Satin finish wing mirrors


As Super, plus:

  • ​18” 5-hole design alloy wheels
  • Fabric & Alcantara sports upholstery
  • Dashboard surround and door panels with carbon fibre finish
  • Uconnect™ upgrade with 6.5” colour touchscreen & sat nav
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Red Brembo brake calipers with uprated brake disks
  • Rear armrest with storage, third rear head restraint and through-load system
  • Flat-bottomed sports leather steering wheel with red stitching and paddles (on TCT transmission only)
  • Sport styling and suspension
  • Visibility pack


As Super, plus:

  • ​Flagship 1750 Tbi 240 hp engine
  • 18” Dual 5-spoke alloy wheels with titanium finish
  • Leather & alcantara sports seats with integrated eadrest
  • Alfa TCT semi-automatic transmission
  • Steering wheel paddles for Alfa TCT
  • Lowered sports suspension
  • Oversized twin exhaust pipes
  • Sound intake generator
  • Veloce exterior badging

What colours can you get the Alfa Romeo Giulietta in?

ColourFinishCostTrim level
Alfa Red Solid No additional cost Giulietta, Sport, Super & Veloce
Alfa Black Solid £525 Giulietta, Sport, Super & Veloce
Alfa White Solid £525 Giulietta, Sport, Super & Veloce
Cobalto Blue Metallic £525 Giulietta, Sport, Super & Veloce
Etna Black Metallic £525 Giulietta, Sport, Super & Veloce
Lipari Grey Metallic £525 Giulietta, Sport & Super
Silverstone Grey Metallic £525 Giulietta, Sport, Super & Veloce
Stromboli Grey Metallic £525 Giulietta, Sport, Super & Veloce
Misano Blue Metallic £525 Sport & Veloce
Matt Magnesio Grey Special £1,000 Sport & Veloce
Competizione Red Tri-Coat £1,650 Sport, Super & Veloce
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Alfa Red
Alfa Red, solid
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Alfa Black
Alfa Black, solid
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Alfa White
Alfa White, solid
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Cobalto Blue
Cobalto Blue, metallic
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Etna Black
Etna Black, metallic
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Lipari Grey
Lipari Grey, metallic
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Silverstone Grey
Silverstone Grey, metallic
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Stromboli Grey
Stromboli Grey, metallic
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Misano Blue
Misano Blue, metallic
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Matt Magnesio Grey
Matt Magnesio Grey, special
Alfa Romeo GIulietta in Competizione Red
Competizione Red, tri-coat

What size wheels are on the Alfa Romeo Giulietta?

Wheel Size​Trim Level​Cost
​16" Turbine design alloy wheels (with 205/55 R16 tyres)​Giulietta & Super​No additional cost on Giulietta
£250 (Super)
​16" 7 hole design alloy wheels (with 205/55 R16 tyres)​Giulietta & Super​No additional cost on Super
£250 (Giulietta)
​17" Burnished 5 double spoke design alloy wheels (with 225/45 R17 tyres)​Giulietta, Sport & Super​£250 (Sport)
£450 (Giulietta & Super)
​17" Multi spoke alloy wheel​Giulietta & Super​£450
​17" Turbine design alloy wheels (with 225/45 R17 tyres)​Giulietta, Sport & Super​£250 (Sport)
£450 (Giulietta & Super)
​17" 5-hole design alloy wheels (with 225/45 R17 tyres)​Sport & Super​No additional cost on Sport
£450 (Super)
​18" 5 hole design alloy wheels (with 225/40 R18 tyres)​Sport & Veloce​£250 (Veloce)
£450 (Sport)
​18" 5 Hole design alloy wheels with dark finish (with 225/40 R18 tyres)​Veloce​£250
​18" Turbine design alloy wheels (with 225/40 R18 tyres)​Sport & Veloce​£250 (Veloce)
£450 (Sport)
​18" Dual 5-spoke alloy wheels with titanium finish (with 225/40 R18 tyres)​Veloce​No additional cost

Contact Swansway Chester Alfa Romeo

Get in touch with Swansway Alfa Romeo in Chester to book a test drive of the Alfa Giulietta. You can fill in the online contact form or call us on 01244 560669 to speak to a member of the team.

Radio DAB
Petrol Engine 1.4L
Larger Touchsreen 6.5inch

Alfa Romeo Giulietta Test Drive Review

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is one of the prettiest hatchbacks on the road today, but is it any good? We put it to the test to find out.

What is it?

Alfa Romeo put the Giulietta under the knife earlier this year, updating the hatch’s already rather pretty face in the process. A new honeycomb grille features prominently on the car’s nose, while piano black bumper inserts and revised headlamps have also been introduced.

Under the bonnet

Under the hood, the Italian manufacturer’s 118bhp 1.6-litre JTDM-2 diesel engine can now be paired with its six-speed twin-clutch automatic transmission. However, while our test car featured this engine, we had to make do with the standard six-speed manual – which is by no means a complaint.

What's it like to drive?

This is where the Alfa starts to make sense. The 1.6-litre, 118bhp diesel engine on our test car felt like it had a fair bit more tug than its numbers suggested, and through the corners the Alfa’s nicely weighted steering made the car a fun car to pilot. It doesn’t roll too badly either, and Alfa’s D.N.A drive mode switch (which lets you choose between Dynamic, Natural, and All-weather driving modes) is fun to play with, if a little gimmicky.

Take the Giulietta away from twisting country roads and plonk it on a motorway and you’ll find it copes relatively well. The cabin is fairly insulated from wind and road noise, and the car doesn’t feel too nervous or twitchy at higher speeds.

However, there are a couple of flies in the Alfa Romeo’s ointment. The pedals are really quite close together, and the seats aren’t hugely comfortable – making for a slightly awkward driving position. The biggest issue, though, is the cars steering wheel.

How does it look?

The Giulietta has always been quite the looker, and Alfa’s most recent updates only serve to maintain this. The aforementioned new grille design and black inserts on the bumper have been introduced by Alfa to emphasise the car’s close ties to its new Giulia saloon – which is arguably one of the best-looking cars to go on sale this year.

Unfortunately though, that attractive face hides an interior that is largely dull and now starting to feel quite tired as well. However, the touchscreen Uconnect infotainment system that is fitted as standard across the Giulietta range is one of the cabin’s few redeeming features.

However, while the Giulietta’s interior may be a bit of a let-down when you compare it to the car’s exterior, at the end of the day you will still be driving around in an Alfa Romeo. The Alfa badge has always adorned something that is a bit special, and on the Giulietta this is no exception.

What's it like inside?

Even though the Giulietta might look like a three-door coupe thanks to hidden rear door handles – a classic Alfa styling cue – this is in-fact a five-door car. However, you shouldn’t let that fool you into thinking there are bags of space in the back.

That dramatic roofline does cut into rear headroom somewhat, and legroom isn’t as abundant as you think it might be from a family hatch. As a result, adults might find the Giulietta a slightly uncomfortable car to sit in on longer journeys – although children should be more than catered for. Isofix mounting points also help to accommodate child booster seats.

When it comes to boot space, the Giulietta is rather middle-of-the-road. With 350 litres worth of capacity on offer, the Alfa comes with more storage room than a Ford Focus’ 316-litre boot can offer, but less than a Volkswagen Golf’s 380-litre boot. However, if you fold the rear seats down you will increase the Giulietta’s capacity to 1,045 litres.

​What's the spec like?

All Giuliettas come with a fairly good level of standard equipment, too, which helps to justify the slightly expensive £18,700 price tag for the most basic car. Standard kit on the entry-level Giulietta includes 16-inch alloys, a Uconnect infotainment system with a five-inch touchscreen, DAB radio, Bluetooth and smartphone connectivity and LIVE services for internet access. LIVE services are smartphone enabled, and carry features such as music streaming from Deezer and TuneIn, Facebook check-in and Twitter connectivity.


The Giulietta will appeal to anyone who is in the market for a family hatch that is both good looking and slightly left-field. Even though this car does have its many foibles, it is still entirely likeable, and rather fun to drive. With the right engine, it’s pretty economical, too.

Facts at a glance

  • ​Model: Alfa Romeo Giulietta Super 1.6 JTDM-2 120hp
  • Engine: 1.6-litre diesel producing 118bhp
  • Transmission: Six-speed manual gearbox
  • Performance: 0-62mph in 10 seconds, top speed of 121mph
  • Economy: 74.3mpg combined
  • Emissions: 99g/km CO2
  • Price: £22,495
New Alfa Romeo Giulietta Your Next Steps

Terms and Conditions: ^Offer available on Alfa Romeo Giulietta range ordered between 01/07/19 and 30/09/19 and registered by 31/12/19. Model shown is Giulietta 2.0 170hp TCT Veloce with metallic paint; which will increase the customer deposit to 29% and has a monthly payment of £275. Optional final payment varies depending on version. With Alfa Romeo Preferenza PCP, you may return the vehicle instead of making the final payment. It must be in good condition and if you exceed the agreed annual mileage, you will be charged up to 9p per mile. Subject to status. Guarantees may be required. Vehicles may incur Brexit related tariffs or other charges. T&Cs apply. Alfa Romeo Financial Services, SL1 0RW.