|Miles Per Gallon (mpg)||54.3||Based on Combined test data (see below for full stats)|
|CO2 Emissions (g/km)||121||Up to 100 means no road tax. See Direct.gov.uk for more info.|
|Description||1.4 TB MultiAir 170 bhp Alfa TCT|
|Engine Capacity||1368 cc|
|Metric Urban Cold||6.7|
|Imperial Urban Cold||42.2|
|Fuel Cost 12000 Miles||1336|
|Noise Level Dba||70.5|
|Emissions Co (mg/km)||440|
|Thc Emissions (mg/km)||37|
|Emissions Nox (mg/km)||30|
|Thc Nox Emissions (mg/km)||0|
|Particulates No (mg/km)||0.0|
really feel let down by my Giulietta. The only person Id recommend the Giulietta to are people who I hate. im particularly let down with the fuel efficiency of the Giulietta. I was told I should get roughly 54.3 mpg and Ive never had that much or even close. The 19500 miles i've driven in the past 16 months have been the most awful driving experiences ive ever known. I've had nothing but issues since I bought it and truthfully it feels like Alfa Romeo isn't interested.
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta doesnt seem any better or worse than my last Ford Mondeo. ive owned the Giulietta about 4 months and taken it 13000 miles in it. I don't deliberately recommend the Giulietta with family but if anyone asked I would tell them that it's not a bad car. The handling is not bad and not too dissimilar to the Ford Mondeo.
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta has ok handling weighed up against the price. The Giulietta is a reasonable car for the price tag. Alfa Romeo has given me no real reason to whinge with it as there have been no flaws of any note. The Giulietta costs a reasonable amount in road tax but I can't really blame Alfa Romeo for that. The co2 emissions means the cost is much less than it has been with different models ive owned before this one.
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is a drivers car. Road tax has always been a massive Government rip off but It's not so terrible with the Giulietta. The only problem I came across was a minor one where the windscreen wipers weren't coming on but as soon as got in touch with Alfa Romeo they got it sorted straight away and were really understanding about the whole thing. I've done 7000 miles in this car and it keeps getting better and better. The handling phenomenally well and way better than I was expecting for the value of the car.
Ive been recommending the Giulietta to anyone I meet. I should negotiate commission from Alfa Romeo. In 14 months i've clocked up 17500 miles in the Giulietta and have zero problems with it in any sense of the word. I did have a little problem with the windscreen wipers and raised it with Alfa Romeo. I was somewhat embarassed to be told that the issue was actually down to something stupid that I was doing. Yup it was my fault after all, but Alfa Romeo were really great about it all. I honestly wouldn't swap the Giulietta for any other car. Brilliant car!. I was advised that the official mpg figure for the Giulietta was 54.3 but I reckon that Im getting loads more out of mine.
Alfa Romeo has given me no cause for complaint with it as there have been no flaws of any note. i have done roughly 16500 miles in the 9 months since I bought the Giulietta. I don't have any real issues about the Giulietta. It isn't bad.
Wowzer the Giulietta handles like like a formula one car. Incredible. I may well be in love with this car. Since getting the Giulietta I have covered roughly 5000 miles and totally adore it. I commute five times a week in my Giulietta and it continually goes at way more mpg than the apparent official mpg figure of 54.3.
I talk about the Giulietta so often that my colleagues thinks I'm on commission. The official figures would have you believe that the Giulietta will run at 54.3 mpg but Im easily getting even more from mine. The Giulietta is without doubt the most brilliant car I've experienced.
One of the key reasons I chose it was that the official figures said it would run at 54.3 which seemed fairly good to me but I am certain that I am getting more than that. It handles like no other car I've owned.
There have been a couple of tiny little mechanical flaws but nothing major. I can't complain about the Giulietta. i've had no major issues in the 17 months since getting the Giulietta and i've covered roughly 10000 miles in it. Up to now the performance I'm getting from my Giulietta is about the same as the official miles per gallon for this car at 54.3. I don't know if I would recommend the Giulietta. I think Alfa Romeo has designed an alright car but there are undoubtedly more impressive cars out there. The Giulietta is is about as good as my old Qashqai. It handles like my old Qashqai.
i had heard that the Giulietta handles well but even with high expectations I was still pleasantly surprised. The handling is absolutely excellent. Road tax is roughly what you might imagine from a car like this.
The official mpg number for my Giulietta is 54.3 and I am getting around the same out of mine so no whingeing. Road tax is approximately what i might imagine from a car like this. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is neither incredible nor terrible. It causes me no problems and I've had no significant issues with it. I've covered about 19000 miles since acquiring my Giulietta. Not sure whether or not I prefer my Giulietta over my previous Vauxhall Astra.
Im not sure if I would recommend the Giulietta. It is fine but its not the greatest car on the planet. Not many critical problems. I have done roughly 3500 miles in the 14 months since I got the Giulietta.
I had an odd issue with the indicators turning on and off for no reason which was a tad annoying but the guys atAlfa Romeo got it repaired ridiculously rapidly with no quibbles so I really cant complain. I commute daily in my Giulietta and it continually delivers slightly over miles to the gallon than the apparent official mpg figure of 54.3.
Im not sure if I would recommend the Giulietta. It is ok but it's not the most amazing car on earth.