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Alfa Romeo Giulia Leasing

The Giulia may be Alfa Romeo’s entry-level model, but that doesn’t mean it skimps on equipment, performance or driving fun. Reinvigorating Alfa’s sporting image for the hotly contested compact executive car class, the Giulia is as good to drive as it is to look at. And boy, is it VERY good to look at.
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Top 3 Features

Did we mention it’s good to look at?

A sporting and spacious interior.

Fun to drive with keen handling.

  • The Giulia has a long wheelbase for its class to make the most of its interior space. Both front and rear head- and legroom is adequate for most people.

    Boot space is spot on for the class at 480 litres, exactly matching that of the Giulia’s closest rivals. The boot opening is a decent shape and once luggage has been lifted over the reasonably high sill – a trait of this type of car – the rear seats can be configured to carry both people and paraphernalia, with the 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats of higher-spec models. However, the seats don’t fold completely flat, so there is a lip where luggage enters the cabin.

    The interior caters for odds and ends, with 2 cupholders ahead of the gearlever and a covered compartment in the armrest nestling between the front seats. There are door bins too.

  • In line with its executive car rivals, the Alfa Romeo Giulia isn’t likely to be the cheapest car to lease and run. As all its engines are petrol – there are no diesel or plug-in hybrid options – fuel economy shouldn’t be at the top of your list when it comes to leasing a Giulia.

    Both versions of the Giulia’s 2.0-litre petrol engine return the exact same official fuel economy figures, with a high of 39.2mpg. The performance-orientated Giulia Quadrifoglio’s economy hovers around 34.4mpg, but in all cases, if you drive enthusiastically – and you will, as the Giulia is that kind of car – you’ll get less than that.

Models Available

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is available in just a single body style, a 4-door saloon. Unlike some rivals such as the BMW 3 Series, there is no 5-door estate version. 

Alfa Romeo Giulia High Performance Models 

The high-performance Giulias trade on Alfa Romeo’s sports-car heritage and they don’t disappoint. The Giulia Quadrifoglio has 510hp, but the GTA and GTAm versions up the game further, with their 540hp and use of ultra-lightweight materials.

Trim Levels

Trim levels available: Giulia Sprint, Giulia Veloce, Giulia Veloce Ti, Giulia Quadrifoglio, Giulia GTA, Giulia GTAm.Base-spec Alfa Romeo Giulias come with 18-inch alloy wheels, active cruise control, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, bi-xenon headlights, and a lane departure warning system. Auto lights and wipers, as well as a 7-inch colour TFT digital driver’s display, are also standard.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Vs Competitors

Sitting plumb in the middle of the executive car sector, the Alfa Romeo Giulia offers something a little more individual against the likes of its predominantly German rivals when it comes to leasing deals. Its direct competition includes the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class. But there’s also the Volvo S60 if you fancy some Scandi cool, as well as the very competent Jaguar XE and the Peugeot 508, the latter of which offers a plug-in hybrid model. Higher-spec versions of the Skoda Superb and Volkswagen Passat also overlap with the Giulia.You could also consider leasing the Alfa Romeo Stelvio SUV, which shares many of the Giulia’s mechanical components but also has the choice of diesel engines.
  • If you want to lease a sporting saloon with a big focus on the ‘sport’, the Giulia makes a great leasing choice. Lovely to look at and fantastically enjoyable to drive, the Giulia slightly misses out on the interior quality of its German rivals.

  • Not historically famed for its reliability, Alfa Romeo has upped its showing in recent years. The Giulia comes with a 3-year warranty – 2 years factory supported, 1 year backed by the retailer – with the option to pay extra to extend this for a further year or 2 years.

  • The Giulia’s boot has a 480-litre capacity, which is exactly the same as that of its Audi A4, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class rivals.

  • The Giulia GTA has more power than the Giulia Quadrifoglio (540- vs 510hp) and more aggressive looks, with different bumpers, black rear wheel-arch extensions and a carbon-fibre rear spoiler. The GTA is also a limited-run model, with only 500 set to be produced.

  • All models in the regular Giulia range use a turbocharged 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder engine. The Giulia Sprint has 200hp, while the Giulia Veloce and Veloce Ti have 280hp.

  • No. All Alfa Romeo Giulias are powered by turbocharged petrol engines.

  • Leasing an Alfa Romeo Giulia with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. You’ll get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! There are also no hidden fees to worry about. What are you waiting for? Find your new lease of life today!

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