2010 Alfa Romeo Giulietta U.K. price announced

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

Pricing has been announced for the Alfa Romeo Giulietta range, which will debut in the UK in July at the Goodwood Festival of Speed and will go on sale the same month. The carmaker has confirmed that prices will start from £16,995.

The base model is the 1.4 TB in Turismo trim. The following features come as standard: air-con, alloy wheels, electric front and rear windows, stop-start, LED lights and Alfa's DNA system.

Admittedly, this model is priced higher than the entry-level five-door VW Golf 1.4, which is priced from £15,435. However, the Alfa has more power and equipment. On the other hand, the Giulietta is cheaper than the entry-level five-door Ford Focus 1.6 Style (with a £17,945 price tag).

Interestingly, the Alfa has more equipment and power than that model as well. Five engines will be offered: petrol engines include the 120bhp 1.4 TB (£16,995); the 170bhp 1.4 TB Multiair (£19,495); and the range-topping 235bhp 1750 TBi Cloverleaf version (£24,495).

The diesel range consists of a 105bhp 1.6 JDTM-2 (£17,895); and 170bhp 2.0 JDTM-2 (£21,195). Three trim levels are available on the Giulietta -- Turismo, Lusso and Veloce. Alfa will take center stage at Goodwood this year as part of its centenary celebrations.

The new 2010 Alfa Romeo Giulietta is available in three high-spec trims – Turismo, Lusso and Veloce – all providing optimal user-chooser flexibility. On the other hand, the range-topping Cloverleaf variant features its own exclusive interior and exterior elements and is available at £24,495.

The entire new Alfa Giulietta range is offered an array of advanced technological features. For instance, the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta features innovative performance engines like the petrol-powered MultiAir and the second generation diesel-powered MultiJet engines.

Likewise, the engines feature, as standard, the Start&Stop system that helps save more fuel while reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Superior ride and handling come, courtesy of Alfa Romeo’s all-new Compact chassis.

Moreover, Alfa Romeo features, also as standard, a DNA system that adjusts the Giulietta's behavior to match road conditions and driving styles. Featured as standard on the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta are air conditioning, LED front and rear lights, electric front and rear windows, VDC, six airbags, and Electronic Q2.

Press Release

ALFA ROMEO UK ANNOUNCES PRICING FOR THE NEW ALFA GIULIETTA

Pricing for Alfa Romeo’s eagerly anticipated new Giulietta has just been announced for the UK market. Starting from £16,995 OTR, the stylish new 5 door C-Segment contender will be publicly unveiled in the UK at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on 2 - 4 July, where Alfa Romeo will be celebrating its Centenary as the featured marque.

In line with these celebrations, the new Alfa Giulietta will be on sale in the UK this summer, and will feature three petrol engines - 1.4 TB 120 bhp, 1.4 TB MultiAir 170bhp and a top-of-the-range 1750 TBi 235bhp model that will carry the brand’s iconic Cloverleaf status; and two diesel powerplants – 1.6 JTDM-2 105bhp and 2.0 JTDM-2 170bhp.

Three high specification trims – Turismo, Lusso and Veloce – will offer customers maximum user-chooser flexibility, while the Cloverleaf range-topping version will have its own exclusive exterior and interior attributes. It is priced at £24,495.

A host of cutting edge technological features are key to the new Alfa Giulietta range, with advancements such as revolutionary performance engine technology in the form of MultiAir (petrol) and second generation MultiJet (diesel); Alfa’s DNA system which customises the vehicles’ behaviour to suit varying road conditions and driving styles; a standard equipment Start&Stop* system that guarantees improved fuel economy and CO2 emissions; and Alfa’s all-new Compact chassis which will provide the foundations for class-leading ride and handling.

Standard equipment on the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta includes air conditioning, electric front and rear windows, Start&Stop*, VDC, LED front and rear lights, Electronic Q2, Alfa Romeo’s DNA technology and six airbags for maximum occupant safety.

The top-of-the-range Alfa Giulietta Cloverleaf’s exclusive content features a 1750 TBi 235 bhp engine, 18” alloy wheels with a dark titanium finish, dark tinted windows, red painted brake calipers and the iconic Cloverleaf badge. Top speed is 150 mph, with a 0–62 mph acceleration time of just 6.8 seconds.

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