Alfa Romeo Giulietta Car Reviews

The Giulietta is an elegant medium sized family car with beautiful styling and distinctive lines, making it noticeable in any crowd. This 5-door hatchback is a break from the normality of a Golf or Focus, giving the owner a sense of exclusivity.

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Score: 4/5
Beautifully styled
Good range of engines
Well priced
Limited rear visibility
Not much space in the back
Poor residual values

Latest Alfa Romeo Giulietta Car Reviews:

Alfa Romeo Giulietta Pre Model 1.4 TB Turismo 5dr - January 2012
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.4 TB Turismo 5-door doesn’t offer the most room in its class or even the best overall drive, but it does come nicely packaged with some really good engines, Italian styli...
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Pre Model 1.4 TB Lusso 5dr - February 2012
If you are looking for a competitively priced medium family car that delivers style, performance, and safety then the Alfa Romeo Guilietta 1.4 TB Lusso 5dr could be the car for you. Reliable and pe...
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Pre Model 1.4 TB MultiAir Lusso 5dr - January 2012
Alfa Romeo has long been a brand that has been associated with stylish Italian cars, but these vehicles have often been criticised for reliability records that could be generously described as patc...
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Pre Model 1.4 TB MultiAir Veloce 5dr - February 2012
If you are looking for a sporty, competitively priced family car that delivers performance and safety then the Alfa Romeo Guilietta 1.4 TB MultiAir Veloce 5dr could be the car for you. Efficient, r...
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Pre Model 1750 TBi Cloverleaf 5dr - February 2012
The Giulietta has Alfa’s signature ‘stand out from the crowd’ styling, but beauty is more than skin deep with a new 235bhp, 1742cc engine whose performance compares favourably with its competitors....

Alfa Romeo Giulietta Overview

Its quality is not only skin deep either, with the excellent range of engines on offer, a choice of three petrol or three diesel variations. There are two 1.4 litre offerings, with the MultiAir variant gaining 170bhp, and a 235bhp 1.7 litre model that will push any hot hatch. For diesel fans there is a 1.6 litre or two 2.0 litre units to choose from.

There is more room in this than previous Alfa’s, including the 147 which it replaced, however in the rear space is still a little restricted, and so larger passengers may find the Giuletta a bit of a struggle. The boot is of both a good size and shape.

In terms of safety, the Giulietta is class leading, scoring 5 stars in the Euro NCAP safety ratings, in 2011.


The Giulietta replaced the Alfa 147 in 2010, and brings back the Giulietta name that was used on a range of small sporty models in the 50’s and 60’s. The previous Giulietta was available as a saloon, coupe or convertible, however the newest iteration is only available as a 5-door hatchback, and is marketed as a medium sized family car.

It is built on Fiat’s compact platform. This platform has been re-engineered since   it was used for the Fiat Stilo and Bravo, and so is essentially a new platform with a longer wheelbase, and redesigned suspension.


The Giulietta is a medium sized family car, with distinctive Alfa styling that has wooed many consumers in the past. The use of quality materials inside the vehicle matches the excellent finish on the exterior, makes this a competitive car, and Alfa’s reputation for producing desirable, premium vehicles means it’s competitively priced too.

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