The Italian name has made its way back into relevance with the Giulia sedan that is accompanied by a performance Quadrifoglio Verde (QV) model worth 505hp.
While the standard model stands up against the likes of the Mercedes C-Class and Audi A4, the Giulia QV goes toe-to-toe with the Mercedes-AMG C63 and Audi RS4.
For the new model year, the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2017 gets a raft of important innovations such as the new 1.6 JTDm 120 HP turbo diesel engine, nine engine versions, two packs (Lusso and Veloce), and three trim models (Giulietta Veloce, Giulietta Super, and base Giulietta). This now means that buyers have a broad selection, each suited for individual needs and inclinations. Also, buyers can also opt for the myriad of options available too.
“We’re glad to see some of the major manufacturers making safety equipment standard across [the European Union], although we know that markets outside the Eurozone are sometimes less well served.”
The Alfa Romeo Giulia is scheduled for launch in Australia in the first quarter of 2017, while the Volkswagen Tiguan will arrive in local showrooms this September.