|Miles Per Gallon (mpg)||64.2||Based on Combined test data (see below for full stats)|
|CO2 Emissions (g/km)||114||Up to 100 means no road tax. See Direct.gov.uk for more info.|
|Description||1.6 JTDm-2 105 bhp|
|Engine Capacity||1598 cc|
|Metric Urban Cold||5.5|
|Imperial Urban Cold||51.4|
|Fuel Cost 12000 Miles||1181|
|Noise Level Dba||74.0|
|Emissions Co (mg/km)||215|
|Thc Emissions (mg/km)||0|
|Emissions Nox (mg/km)||173|
|Thc Nox Emissions (mg/km)||207|
|Particulates No (mg/km)||1.3|
One of the many reasons I chose it was that the official figures said it would run at 64.2 which seemed pretty good to me but I am sure that I am getting a better performance than that. Alfa Romeo have pulled out all the stops with the Giulietta. I would absolutely recommend the Giulietta to friends and family.
Id without question recommend the Giulietta to anyone who asked. Road tax is about what I may imagine from a car like this. Handling is kind of like a more expensive car. Since purchasing the Giulietta Ive covered roughly 12500 miles and totally love it. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is a stunning car.
In 23 months I've covered 12000 miles in the Giulietta and have literally no complaints with it at all. The only complaint I encountered was a slight one where boot wouldn't close properly but as soon as contacted Alfa Romeo they fixed it immediately and were really understanding about everything. i would absolutely recommend the Giulietta to anyone who asked. I may well be in love with this car.
The door don't close properly and Alfa Romeo's team is poor at best. My only recommendation in relation to this car would have to be to buy absolutely anything else. I often get about 48mpg which is lower than the official figure of 64.2 - but I do put my foot down. Road tax continues to be a huge Government rip off but It's not too bad with the Giulietta. If you are after a car that handles well then you don't want this one. The best advice I can give you about the Giulietta is don't even consider buying it. Unless you particularly want a vehicle that will give you headaches over and over again. 3500 miles on the clock and I really don't like this motor. Compared to the Vauxhall Insignia that I had before this the Giulietta is dire.
I moved from a Antara and haven't looked back. Road tax is roughly what you may expect from a car like this. Id heard that the Giulietta handles well but even with those expectations I was still pleasantly surprised. The handling is second to none. I did have a problem with the child locking and contacted Alfa Romeo. I was somewhat embarrassed to be told that the problem was actually related to something stupid that I was doing. Yes it was my own fault after all, but Alfa Romeo were really good about it all.
I talk about the Giulietta so frequently that my mates believes I'm on commission. I'd heard that the Giulietta handles brilliantly but even with high expectations I was still pleasantly surprised. The handling is awesome. It was a bit of choice for me between the Alfa Romeo Giulietta and a Orlando. I am certain I made a good choice in going with the Giulietta. I was told that the official miles per gallon number for the Giulietta was 64.2 but I know for a fact that Im getting way more from mine. I moved from a Orlando and haven't looked back.
Alfa Romeo has pulled out all the stops with the Giulietta. It had one tiny fault with the rear window opening. I contacted Alfa Romeo and it was dealt with quickly.
I've done 16500 miles in this car and it keeps getting better and better. My old Vauxhall Astra was a good car, but this is better. I did have a problem with the central locking and got in touch with Alfa Romeo. I was very embarrased to be told that the problem was actually related to something stupid that I was doing. Yes it was my own fault after all, but Alfa Romeo were really great about it all. I commute five times a week in my Giulietta and it continually goes at slightly over miles to the gallon than the supposed official mpg figure of 64.2.
The Giulietta enjoys fantastic handling in relation to my old Citroen DS3 and actually quite literally any other vehicle I've ever driven. I was told that the official miles per gallon number for the Giulietta was 64.2 but I reckon that I'm getting loads more from mine. My old Citroen DS3 was a good car, but this is better. There was a minuscule problem with the indicator lights when I first got it but Alfa Romeo were fantastic in sorting it out for me.