How much do you need to shell out to buy a new 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia? Well, it depends on the chosen variant and specs of the Alfa Romeo Giulia, although all versions of the premium mid-size sedan represent a fusion of Italian craftsmanship, performance and state-of-the-art technology.
The Italian carmaker is offering the Giulia sedan in three variants – base, Turismo Internazionale (TI) and the range-topping Quadrifoglio. The differences between these models are dictated by the specs, features and equipment found in each variant. To help interested customers in the United States better decide on how to specify their own Giulia, Alfa Romeo has launched an online configurator for the premium sedan. This online configurator also specifies how much each feature would cost the customer.
The base version of the Giulia has a starting price of $37,995, and when the destination charge of $995 is taken into account, the overall price is set at $38,990. What a customer gets is a rear-wheel drive Giulia sedan powered by a 2.0-liter inline-4 direct-injection engine -- paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission -- that delivers 280 hp of max output and 306 lb.-ft. of peak torque.
An all-wheel drive version costs $2,000 more. Standard exterior colors include Alfa White, Alfa Black and Alfa Rosso. If you want to specify other exterior finishes, you could choose from six other colors for an additional $600. Alfa Romeo is also offering a number of packages like: the 8.8-Inch Navigation Radio with SiriusXM Package ($1,900); Driver Assistance Dynamic Package ($1,500); Sport Appearance Package ($1,250); Cold Weather Package ($700); Driver Assistance Static Package ($800); and the Sport Interior Package ($600). Also offered are optional wheels and tires, as well as brakes and a dual pane sunroof.
Meanwhile, the rear-wheel drive Giulia Ti has a starting price of $39,995 plus a destination charge of $995. The Giulia Ti is basically the base Giulia with the same engine and transmission but with the addition of Genuine Dark Gray Oak interior accents, 8.8-inch widescreen information and entertainment display, heated front seats and steering wheel as well as front and rear park sensors
. The available exterior colors are the same with the addition of Rosso Competizione and Trofeo White tri-coat exterior finishes for an additional $2,200. A number of packages and options are also available like the Ti 19-inch Sport Package ($2,250); high-performance bi-xenon headlamps ($700) and dual pane sunroof ($1,350). An all-wheel drive variant costs $2,000 more.
On the other hand, the range-topping Giulia has a starting price of $72,000 (excluding $1,595 destination charge). Considered as the “halo” model in the lineup, the Giulia Quadrifoglio is powered by 2.9-liter bi-turbo V6 engine that delivers 505 hp of max output and 443 lb.-ft. of peak torque. The Giulia Quadrifoglio has an exterior styling distinct from the base Giulia. It features carbon fiber hood, roof and rear spoiler.
It also comes with carbon fiber side sill insert and active aero front splitter. The Giulia Quadrifoglio is also loaded with 19-inch aluminum wheels with Brembo brakes, DNA Pro with Race Mode and adjustable performance suspension. The interior of this range-topping model features high-performance leather seats with 14-way power front seats, leather-wrapped dash and doors as well as carbon fiber interior trim. When all options and packages are selected, the Giulia Quadrifoglio costs around $87,670, and that already includes the destination charge.