Alfa Romeo Launch The Giulia, A C-Class And 3 Series Killer
— 15 February 2017

Alfa Romeo Launch The Giulia, A C-Class And 3 Series Killer

— 15 February 2017
Jack Slade
Jack Slade

Alfa Romeo’s eagerly anticipated Giulia sports sedan range has gone on sale today in Australia priced from $59,895. Poised to compete against Mercedes-Benz’ C-Class and BMW’s 3 Series, the Giulia looks to be a genuine contender to the two category stalwarts.

Based on Alfa Romeo’s flexible all-new Giorgio rear-wheel-drive architecture, the Giulia is more than just an all-new premium sports sedan: it’s the vanguard of the Alfa Romeo renaissance, and the start of an exciting new era for the 106-year old Italian brand.

“We are thrilled to welcome the Alfa Romeo Giulia sports sedan to Australia,” said Steve Zanlunghi, president and CEO of Alfa Romeo Australia.

“The Giulia’s combination of quality, performance, value and Italian spirit across all models gives Australians something truly unique and exhilarating in the premium sports sedan market.”

The Giulia is priced as below, with the Quadrofiglio, a car that Jeremy Clarkson has said is “dynamically better than the BMW M3”, topping the range.

  • Giulia $59,895
  • Super $64,195 (2.0)
  • Super $65,895 (2.2d)
  • Veloce $71,895
  • Quadrifoglio $143,900

We can’t wait to get behind the wheel.

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Jack Slade
Jack Slade is the founder of Boss Hunting. Originally hailing from Melbourne, Jack started Boss Hunting from his bedroom while working at a digital agency. Jack manages strategy and sales at Boss Hunting, and still enjoys the odd bit of writing on his favourite topics – including technology, flight deals, travel, and champagne.


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