The new Giulietta
Sport is available with petrol and diesel engines both producing 120bhp.
Sport also comes in the iconic Alfa colour of Misano Blue, which is an exterior shade that is currently reserved exclusively for the flagship Veloce.
According to its makers, the new Sport version marks the entry to the Giulietta
'Performance DNA' range, along with the Speciale and Veloce models.
Standard equipment on the Giulietta
included air con, electric windows, start/stop technology and the marque's aforementioned DNA traction system that altered throttle and suspension settings at the push of a lever.
Winding country roads become meat and drink to the Giulietta
in this mode as the well-balanced chassis lets you take full advantage of the more adventurous set-up - with plenty of grip keeping the body in good order so that faster bends can be taken on with confidence.
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LOOKS AND IMAGE The Giulietta
has always been quite the looker, and Alfa's most recent updates only serve to maintain this.
Having secured bragging rights for running costs, the Giulietta
then turns to its other main strength - the gorgeous exterior.
If you want your family car to deliver style and flair, then the Giulietta
won't disappoint, but if that isn't high on your priority list then there are some other great options in this family car segment that don't cost quite so much.
The emphasis has been on small turbocharged engines of the petrol and diesel varieties and the Giulietta
showcases the best of them.
Alfa Romeo, an Italy-based automaker, has launched its Giulietta
at the 2016 Geneva Auto Show.
His widowed mother, Giulietta
(Donatella Finocchiarro), is bent on selling their house to start life anew on the mainland; in the meantime, she decides to move their 1 living quarters to the garage and rent out the main house to tourists.