|Miles Per Gallon (mpg)||60.1||Based on Combined test data (see below for full stats)|
|CO2 Emissions (g/km)||124||Up to 100 means no road tax. See Direct.gov.uk for more info.|
|Description||2.0 JTDm-2 170 bhp|
|Engine Capacity||1956 cc|
|Metric Urban Cold||5.8|
|Imperial Urban Cold||48.7|
|Fuel Cost 12000 Miles||1262|
|Noise Level Dba||74.5|
|Emissions Co (mg/km)||152|
|Thc Emissions (mg/km)||0|
|Emissions Nox (mg/km)||158|
|Thc Nox Emissions (mg/km)||201|
|Particulates No (mg/km)||2.0|
Just buy this car, you won't regret it. My old Partner was a decent little ride but the Giulietta blows it out of the water. Alfa Romeo gets my vote for the Giulietta and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a well designed car. Road tax is roughly what I would probably imagine from a car like this.
I've done 20000 miles in this car and it keeps getting better and better. I am besotted with this car. Alfa Romeo gets my thumbs up for the Giulietta and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a easy to maintain car. The only glitch I encountered was a slight one where fuel light was coming on unnecessarily but as soon as contacted Alfa Romeo they sorted it straight away and were really apologetic about everything. The Giulietta has amazing handling compared to my last Volkswagen Phaeton and in fact quite literally any other vehicle I've ever drove. One of the many reasons I chose it was that the official figures said it would go at 60.1 which seemed fairly good to me but i am sure that i am getting more than that.
Alfa Romeo has given me no reason to whinge with it as there have been no mechanical issues of any note. It handles reasonably well and about as you would expect for a car of its price. I don't have any major reasons to whinge about the Giulietta. Not. I've had no massive issues in the 7 months since buying the Giulietta and I've gone roughly 16000 miles in it. I would recommend the Giulietta to friends who are trying to find a decent car but not for those who want something absolutely amazing.
Road tax continues to be a whopping Government rip off but It's not too bad with the Giulietta. I was told that the official mpg number for the Giulietta was 60.1 but I reckon that I'm getting way more out of mine. Since purchasing the Giulietta I've covered roughly 3000 miles and completely love it.
Whoah the Giulietta boasts handling like like a formula one car. Amazing. Alfa Romeo has pulled out all the stops with the Giulietta. I've done 15500 miles in this car and it keeps getting better and better. My old Captiva was a perfectly acceptable little ride but the Giulietta blows it out of the water.
Alfa Romeo has given me no reason for complaint with it as there have been no flaws to mention. When I bought my Giulietta I was told that Alfa Romeo advertised is as doing 60.1 miles to the gallon and ive found that this is similar to what I actually get. It's most likely not the best car ever from Alfa Romeo to be truthful but with that said it's better value than other similar cars out there. I had a Renault Espace for a few years and only bought Giulietta because I fancied a bit of a change. Honestly the Giulietta is about on a par than the old one but it's decent. I've done approx 11500 miles in the 16 months since I bought the Giulietta. I dont know about whether I would recommend the Giulietta. I think Alfa Romeo has developed a standard model but there are probably better cars on the market. It handles fine and much as you might expect for a car of its value.
I have had no massive issues in the 23 months since getting the Giulietta and I have gone about 5000 miles in it. The handling is reasonable and similar to the GL-Class. I am unsure about recommending the Giulietta. I reckon Alfa Romeo has developed an alright car but there are probably more impressive cars to be had.
Im not sure if I would recommend the Giulietta. It is alright but its not the best car on the planet.
I'm unsure if I would recommend the Giulietta. It is reliable but its not the best car ever. I had a Renault Laguna for a few years and only bought Giulietta because I felt like a bit of a change. Honestly the Giulietta is about on a par than the old one but its decent. I cannot really complain about the road tax cost with the Giulietta. It could be far worse.
I moved from a Toyota iQ to the Alfa Romeo Giulietta and it absolutely feels like a big upgrade. The only complaint I had was a minor one where the handbrake was difficult to pull off but as soon as contacted Alfa Romeo they fixed it straight away and were incredibly sorry about the whole thing. If your trying to find a superb value car with decent road tax costs, I'd absolutely recommend the Giulietta.
I moved from a Caddy and haven't looked back. I commute every single day in my Giulietta and it always performs at way more miles to the gallon than the apparent official mpg figure of 60.1. Handling is kind of like a dream.
I did have a problem with the child locking and contacted Alfa Romeo. I was pretty embarrassed to be advised that the issue was in actual fact down to something silly that I was doing. Yup it was my fault after all, but Alfa Romeo were really great about it all. It handles really well and significantly better than I was expecting for the value of the car.
Not sure whether or not I prefer my Giulietta over my previous Octavia. When I got my Giulietta I was told that Alfa Romeo listed is as doing 60.1 mpg and i have found that this is about right.
Not had many critical issues. I dont deliberately recommend the Giulietta with family but if anyone asked I would probably tell them that its a pretty decent car. The Giulietta is is about as good as my old Scirocco.
Just buy this car, you won't look back. I have covered 12500 in the Giulietta and everyday I appreciate it even more. I just looked up that the official miles per gallon it should be doing is 60.1 which surprises me because Im sure that I am getting a better performance than that from mine. I did have a problem with the child locking and raised it with Alfa Romeo. I was incredibly embarassed to be told that the problem was in actual fact related to something stupid that I was doing. Yep it was human error after all, but Alfa Romeo were really great about it all. I recommend the Giulietta so often that my friends believes I'm on commission.
I had a Chrysler Jeep Jeep for a few years and only bought Giulietta because I felt like a bit of a change. Truthfully the Giulietta is about on a par than the old one but its alright. im driving to and from work five times each week so covering a fair amount of miles and I'd guess I am getting pretty close to the 60.1 miles to the gallon figure which is about what I was expecting. i have driven roughly 15000 miles in the 18 months since I bought the Giulietta. The Giulietta is a reasonable car for the asking price. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta has alright handling weighed up against its value. Not had many major failings.