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Alfa Romeo Giulia

$ 68,450 - $ 166,700* MRLP

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is an Italian luxury passenger car which competes in the medium sedan segment along with cars such as the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3 Series. It comes with a number of powertrains which all send power to the rear wheels through an automatic transmission.

Latest Alfa Romeo Giulia ratings breakdown


Safety Technology
Ride Quality
Infotainment & Connectivity
Handling & Dynamics
Energy Efficiency
Driver Technology
Value for Money
Interior Comfort & Packaging
Fit for Purpose

What we love

  • -Stunning styling from every angle
  • -Performance is sensational on any road
  • -Provides a real point of difference from the established options

What we don't

  • -Upgraded tech still isn't as good as the best
  • -Be aware that Race mode is too hardcore for the street
  • -More cabin storage would be handy
2022 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio review
Review | 27 Mar 2022


Genuine sports sedans are thin on the ground, and sedans with the ability of the 2022 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio are even harder to find.
2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce vs 2021 BMW 330i comparison
Comparison | 12 Nov 2021


Italy's Alfa Romeo versus Germany's BMW. Sounds like a soccer match, but it’s much more than that.
2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce v Genesis G70 3.3T Sport
Comparison | 14 Sep 2021


Can the new Genesis G70 use its considerable muscle to outshine the gorgeous Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce? Trent Nikolic and Sam Purcell find out.

2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce review
Launch Review | 30 Jul 2021


Key updates the 2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce ensure an already-beautiful sedan is now even more appealing.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Price*

2023Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti 2.0L Sedan RWD$68,450
2023Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce 2.0L Sedan RWD$74,950
2023Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio 2.9L Sedan RWD$153,700
2023Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio 100th Anniversario 2.9L Sedan RWD$166,700

Alfa Romeo Giulia Specs:

Variant (1 available)
Drive Type
Fuel Efficiency
6.1L / 100km
Towing braked
1600 kg
Towing unbraked
745 kg
Variant (1 available)
Select Variant (2 available)

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Alfa Romeo Giulia Dimensions

The Alfa Romeo Giulia has 4 variants. The height ranges from 1426mm to 1436mm, the width ranges from 1860mm to 1873mm and length is between 4639mm and 4643mm:


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2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio price and specs
news | 26 Jul 2023
Minor facelifts for the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio sedan and Stelvio Quadrifoglio SUV have resulted in price increases of $2000.
Alfa Romeo Giulia, Stelvio Quadrifoglio recalled for brake fault
news | 17 Jul 2023
Alfa Romeo's high-performance Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV have been recalled in Australia due to a potential failure caused by a parking brake fault.
2023 Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio price and specs
news | 11 May 2023
A mild update to Alfa Romeo's Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV has coincided with new entry-level variants of both models, bringing down their base prices.

2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia, Stelvio Quadrifoglio facelifts unveiled
news | 14 Apr 2023
The high-performance versions of the Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV have been treated to styling and performance upgrades.
We go racing head-to-head with an Alfa Romeo F1 driver
Culture | 8 Apr 2022
Do you think you’ve got what it takes to race a Formula 1 driver? I thought did.
Targa Florio Australian Tribute with Alfa Romeo
Culture | 7 Jan 2019
Australia is indeed a lucky country. For the second consecutive year, one of the oldest motorsport events in the world, Targa Florio, has left Sicily in Italy, and touched down in Victoria.
Alfa Romeo museum: A red-blooded feature
Features | 25 Aug 2015
As the creator of some beautiful machines, a visit to the Alfa Romeo museum is a must-see for Italian car fans.

2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia: owner review
Owner Review | 11 Jul 2022
I am an Alfisti, but I am not stupid, blind or Italian. This is my fifth Alfa Romeo. Find out what this owner's attraction is!
2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio: owner review
Owner Review | 2 May 2022
I've had the Alfa bug since I paid $800 for a 1978 2.0-litre Alfetta Saloon when I was a uni student almost 30 years ago. Owner: Josh
2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia: owner review
Owner Review | 30 May 2020
They say that you’re not a true petrolhead until you own an Alfa Romeo and I think I understand that now. Ever since the Alfa Romeo Giulia drove into my life, I can’t help but fall in love with her more and more every day. Before we drive into the full review, it’s worth mentioning that our Alfa is the Giulia Auto with the optional Veloce pack. From the moment you lay your eyes on the Giulia you can’t help but fall for her sweeping style lines, her captivating design, the iconic Alfa Romeo alloy wheels and the red brake calipers. The design of this car is like a fine wine, it’s elegant and intellectually satisfying. What I mean by that is that it has the ability to satisfy you on a hedonistic and intellectual level. Even after six months I’m still captivated by its charming design and extremely good looks. The turbocharged four cylinder engine is sporty, yet refined and it has a pleasant burble as you drive along. It produces 147 kW (197 horsepower) and 330 Nm of torque and like other classic Alfa engines, there’s a lot of mid-range torque available. Power tails off around 5000 rpm, making you change up before redline, and when you do reach redline, the engine hits a rev limiter. Transmission is smooth and it’s always in the right gear, supplying the right amount of torque to the rear wheels. The brilliant integration of the engine and transmission makes the Giulia easy and convenient to drive around the city and exhilarating on winding coastal roads. I’m afraid though, that the Giulia might have a drinking problem since I found myself having to fill her up more than I was expecting to. After a few days of city driving the fuel consumption sat at 10L/100km. During road trips it still does 8.5L/100km which is alright but I wonder whether the consumption is this high in her German rivals like the C200 and 320i. I have heard from a few other Giulia owners that they find the ride quality in the Giulia to be a little bit hard and I disagree with them. The best way to determine the comfort level of a car in Sydney is to drive it on the World’s Worst Road, Parramatta Road which is filled with cracked asphalt and unavoidable potholes, and I have to say that the suspension works very hard to absorb the impact and to keep its occupants at ease. Even in Dynamic mode when the suspension firms up, I’ve driven on Parramatta Road and I’ve found it to be comfortable. The steering in the Giulia is very direct and light and it still manages to provide a decent level of feedback. In Dynamic mode the steering does become heavier and more communicative, which I like but it’s not reasonable to drive the car in Dynamic mode to get a carrot from the grocery store. An issue that the Giulia has, is that during low-speed manoeuvring, the front tyres scrub and skip about when trying to make tighter turning like reversing out of a drive way. Inside the cabin is stylish and is built to a good standard. It is also ergonomic and driver focused. I quite like the way that the display screen has been integrated so well in the dashboard. In most cars the display screen sits on top of the dashboard and it blocks the view out the windshield and it looks a bit like lazy designing, like someone just said “here, stick this tablet on the front and we’ll call it a day.” Giulia’s functions are all easy to learn and to operate and everything is where it should be. Two downsides that the interior has, are its seats and the air conditioning. The seats aren’t very comfortable. For me the shape of the seats encourages bad sitting position no matter how I adjust it, so when I take the Alfa for longer trips I end up with mild back and shoulder pains for the rest of the day. The other major issue; the air-conditioning. It simply is not good enough. On hot days having the air-con on maximum does not cool you down and it just doesn’t cut it for summer. It’s like getting coughed on by ants. There are two noticeable points about the Giulia as well. Point one is how close the brake and gas pedal seem the first time that you drive the Giulia! There were a few times that I caught myself looking down at my feet double checking that “yes indeed, I am pressing the brake pedal and not gas” multiple times in traffic. Point two is the start/stop is not as responsive in the Giulia compared to some other cars that I’ve driven. I mean it’s a very annoying feature and I always turn it off, but the Giulia shuts off the engine maybe about 3.5/5 scenarios. I don’t have any issues with it but it is a noticeable point. Despite all the downsides to the Giulia, I still love her and would get it over the C200 and 320i. It’s just, it appeals more to the heart than the brain.

2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce: owner review
Owner Review | 8 Nov 2018
This is an update on the Giulia Veloce which was purchased in June 2017. It has since had its first service and a full update of the engine management and entertainment software. It remains the best looking car in the sedan universe constantly getting looks from men, women, children, adolescents and anyone with an eye for beauty. The performance remains startling, the progress in cabin remains whisper quiet with on a sporty thrum to remind the driver that it is accelerating furiously. Fuel consumption in a predominantly urban environment is 8l/100km. This is fantastic given the dragster like traffic of sydney where state transit buses and dumpsters join P platers in trying to chop and change lanes before digging the rightmost lane. Thus the brakes, anti collision forward radar, blindspot detection and excellent forward lights add to the 98% rating which tops the latest ANCAP crash figures for any car. While seated all controls are easily accessible with the aluminium paddle shifters well placed and tempting. The leather seats are a dream to sit on and are so supportive that they are more than a match for seats in an expensive living room. The 14 speaker Harman Kardon surround sound is a revelation when listening to ACDC . One can pick the location of the drummer, lead guitar and bass guitar from such an accurate system. Bass is not overly heavy but can be dialled up as per the listeners ears. The sunroof has performed flawlessly and is a godsend when trying to let the Sydney heat out. I have found the satnav unerringly accurate and effective in avoiding traffic. I have also learned to use the rotary control quickly and this is very easily done. The engine, transmission and driver are magically linked by a car designed to be driven and enjoyed. There is no corner that flusters this car even the off camber sydney variety. Hills are devoured without a fuss, especially the long one heading up to the Mittagong exit leading to the Southern highlands. A fortnight of rain in sydney highlighted the safety of this car in the wet. The wipers clear a large swathe of water and automatically speed up as necessary. The standard Bridgestone S001 runflats are a revelation. On hot days last summer, the air conditioner was flawless, likewise the ventilated heated seats in winter. All the while the cabin climate control works to ensure a comfortable environment to minimise driver fatigue and calm the spirit continually being tortured by Sydney drivers, This car has been utterly reliable, faultless and a pleasure to own. It has enough space for the family and my medical equipment, I know that apple car play and android connectivity are in the next batch arriving. I also hope a protective layer can be applied below the from aero splitter and side skirts. These can be scraped on the ludicrously angled pavements and gutters around the suburbs. It may be that 360 degree cameras need to be installed to protect this beautiful car.

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Where is the Alfa Romeo Giulia made?

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is built in Cassino, Italy.

What is the warranty on the Alfa Romeo Giulia?

The Alfa Romeo Giulia now has a five-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty.

How fast can an Alfa Romeo Giulia go?

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio can accelerate from 0–100km/h in just 3.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 307km/h.

Does an Alfa Romeo Giulia have a Ferrari engine?

No, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio’s Italian-built, Ferrari-derived 2.9-litre bi-turbo V6 is a fire-breathing monster hammering out 375kW and 600Nm, though.

Is Alfa Romeo Italian or German?

Alfa Romeo Automobiles S.p.A. is an Italian luxury car manufacturer and a subsidiary of Stellantis. The company was founded on 24 June 1910, in Milan, Italy.

Who makes Alfa Romeo engines?

The base models consist of four-cylinder petrol engines, as well as four-cylinder turbo diesel engines. The Quadrifoglio uses the V6 Alfa Romeo 690T engine, as described above. The petrol engines are built in FCA Italy's Termoli plant. Diesel engines are built in the Pratola Serra plant.

What does the Alfa Romeo Giulia cost to service?

Services are required every 12 months/15,000km. Over the first three years, up to 45,000km, those services will cost $345, $645 and $465 respectively.

Is the Alfa Romeo Giulia a luxury car?

Yes, the Alfa Romeo Giulia is an Italian luxury passenger car that competes in the medium sedan segment along with cars such as the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3 Series.

* ‘MRLP’ is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.
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