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The Alfa Romeo Giulia starts at $ 38,990, or $73,595 for the Quadrifoglio

The Alfa Romeo Giulia starts at $ 38,990, or $73,595 for the Quadrifoglio
The Alfa Romeo Giulia starts at $ 38,990, or $73,595 for the Quadrifoglio

Right in the mix with the 3-Series, C-Class, and ATS.

Otomotif Review - Although the 4C has been on sale for more than a year, Alfa Romeo's US resurgence tour really starts with the all-new Giulia. The gondola goes on sale this month and is expected to compete chief to chief with sport sedan event from Germany, England, Japan, and America. The automaker exhausted details on Giulia shaves and pricing, and it appears to be right in the mix with the competition.

The brand-new Alfa Romeo Giulia starts at $ 38,990 with destination. While that's on the high-pitched place of its class, it's still right in the concoction. All of the event falls between the $34,445 BMW 3-Series and the $40,425 Mercedes-Benz C3 00. Where the Giulia really radiances at this price level is execution, with a 2.0 -liter turbocharged inline-four device that generates 280 horsepower and 306 pound-feet of torque. Alfa claims a 5.1 second 0-60 mph age for the base example, which flogs the competition.

The large-hearted bad Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio starts at $73,595 with destination. That's quite a bit more than the BMW M3 and Cadillac ATS-V, but it's right on par with the Mercedes-AMG C63 S Sedan. The four-leaf clover has a 2.9 -liter biturbo V6 that turns out 505 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. That's good for a 3.8 second 0-60 mph and a record-setting 7:32 Nurburgring lap age, if you care about such things.

The standard Giulia and Giulia Ti ($ 40,990) are located in FCA's Q4 all-wheel-drive method for an extra $2,000. The Giulia Ti is available with Ti Lusso and Ti Sport packets for $2,250 each. Judge of the Ti Sport as the Quadrifoglio light and the Ti Lusso as the pleasant and tighten example. All versions of the Giulia come gave with an 8-speed automated, and Alfa Romeo currently has no plans to offer a stick shift in the US.

The Giulia Quadrifoglio goes on sale this month, with the rest of the lineup stumbling showrooms next month. If customers can look through the vast event for what on paper is the sportiest of small-scale boast sedans on the market, Alfa may be here to stay.

Source      : Autoblog.com
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