Alfa Romeo introduces special series Giulietta Collezione

Article by Anita Panait, on May 24, 2013

Alfa Romeo has beefed up its Giulietta line-up with a special series Collezione range. Having a starting price of £18,265 OTR, the limited edition Alfa Giulietta Collezione features a unique contrast roof as standard, in addition to premium body styling, elegant interior touches, powerful engines and enhanced specification. The Alfa Giulietta Collezione could be availed in three signature Alfa colors -- Solid Black, Alfa Red and Ghiaccio White -- all of which features a contrasting roof as standard.

Solid Black models come with a matte magnesio grey roof, while Alfa Red and Ghiaccio White models come with a solid black roof. The limited edition’s dynamic looks are further complemented by 17-inch Titanium finish alloy wheels, titanium effect wing mirrors, darkened headlight surrounds and chrome door handles. Dynamic contrast is likewise implemented inside the Alfa Giulietta Collezione, featuring new black and red competizione cloth upholstery, a unique fabric with contrasting stitching and titanium finish inserts on the door inserts, central console and dashboard.

Coming as standard for the Collezione are air conditioning and Blue&Me. A customer could choose between four engine choices: a 1.4 TB 120bhp or a 1.4 TB MultiAir 170 bhp petrol engine; or a 1.6 JTDM-2 105 bhp or a 2.0 JTDM-2 140 bhp diesel engine.

The Alfa Giulietta Collezione also boasts of emitting just 114 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer traveled while being able to cruise up to 64.2 miles on a gallon of fuel -- all on a combined cycle. The limited edition features a three-year unlimited mileage warranty and five-star Euro NCAP safety rating. The Alfa Giulietta Collezione also comes with competitive financing packages on PCP starting from £209 per month and 1.9% APR Representative. Alfa Romeo will also give a £1500 deposit contribution.

2014 Alfa Romeo Giulietta could now be wrapped in any of three new liveries: Anodizzato Blue, Bronze and Moonlight Pear. Moreover, the 2014 iteration of the Giulietta now features a new front grille with fog lights surrounded by chrome-plated frame. These cues form part of the car’s design, which effectively fuses an energetic personality and a sporty elegant form.

On the front, the new Giulietta features headlights with daytime running lights (DRL) employing LED technology as well as a day light function. On the rear, the tail lights also employ LED technology, giving the new Giulietta a new sense of style that also increases its safety level.

On the sides, the new Giulietta features ribs that seemingly make the car longer, with clean lines helping accentuate its angular shape on the rear.

The side windows, meanwhile, give the car the looks of a coupe with the concealed rear door handles helping emphasize its fluidity and dynamism. Completing the looks of the new 2014 Giulietta are its new sets of alloy wheels that come in three sizes --16 inches, 17 inches and 18 inches.

As expected, the interior of the new Giulietta perfectly conveys Italian style, as exuded by the choice of high quality material and the attention paid to detail. The latest iteration of the Giulietta features a new door panel and handle as well as a new insert on the central console and dashboard. All interior elements are protected by scratch-proof paint. The quality of the interior trims is conveyed through the application of homogeneous color and materials. Likewise, the new Giulietta is provided with a new steering wheel and a set of seats.

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