Hello, Giulia! Alfa Romeo's New Sedan Busts Out A Day Early

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson
hello giulia alfa romeos new sedan busts out a day early

One of this year’s most anticipated reveals, the new Alfa Romeo Giulia, has been leaked on the interwebs a day ahead of schedule.

Here’s another angle of Alfa’s new midsize sedan said to be powered by a Maserati-derived V6.

We will have full details on the car tomorrow.

[Source: CarScoops]

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  • Dwford Dwford on Jun 24, 2015

    As someone who has been waiting for the imminent revival of Alfa for 25 years, I'm really over it. At this point all I see in this car is what could have been for product for Chrysler and Dodge.

  • Corey Lewis Corey Lewis on Jun 24, 2015

    It looks like a G37 from a few years ago, like 2010. The wheels are awful (low profile take on those 156 wheels from years ago). And it will undoubtedly be filled with Chrysler parts and engines, and yet cost more than an equivalent BMW because Italy. But according to Sergio they'll sell 150,000 a year. Right. At least you can get a Dart loaner while your Guilia is in for repair. I should say here that I -like- real Alfas, but this isn't one of them. Nor is Alfa meant to be a mass-market world brand like they're trying to do.

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    • Danio3834 Danio3834 on Jun 24, 2015

      @28-Cars-Later It is RWD based. Nothing at all shared with the 200. The rest of the details are out on otherwebsites now.

  • MaintenanceCosts This truck could go plenty farther (assuming good basic maintenance) but the price:remaining life ratio still makes me gag a bit. The used truck market remains overheated and the price is probably market correct, but these are the sort of prices that would make me prefer to buy a new truck if I could afford it.
  • Jeff S I ignore the commercials. Never owned a Mazda but I would definitely look at one and seriously consider it. I would take a Honda, Toyota, or Mazda over any German vehicle at least they are long lasting, reliable, and don't cost an arm and a leg to maintain.
  • GregLocock The predictable hysteria and repetition of talking points in the meeja is quite funny. it does not divide Oxford into six zones. it restricts access at 6 locations , one on each road, to reduce congestion in the town centre. Florence, which faces the same issue, traffic and narrow historic streets, lined with historic buildings, simply closed the entire town centre off. Don't see anybody whining about that.
  • Jeff S I have rented from Hertz before and never encountered this but if I had I would sue them. Would not want a gun pointed at me and thrown in jail for renting a car.
  • Arthur Dailey I did use a service pre COVID to get the pricing that the dealers were alleged to have paid the manufacturer. It also provided 'quotes' from multiple dealers .
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