2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

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2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia
MSRP
$72,000
2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia

Pros

  • Two potent turbocharged engines to choose from
  • Sleek interior cabin styling
  • Infotainment system has an easy user interface
  • One of the best-driving cars in the segment

Cons

  • Base-model seats lack comfort
  • Manual transmission not available for the U.S. market
  • Small trunk and no folding rear seats on the Quadrifoglio model
  • Rear seat space is tight for the class


Which Giulia does Edmunds recommend?

Although we're fans of the turbo 2.0-liter engine in the base and Ti models, the underlying strength of the Giulia is performance, and the Quadrifoglio exploits that to the fullest. Therefore, it's the model we'd recommend if you're considering the Giulia. The Quadrifoglio comes well equipped, so there aren't many options we'd add. Those who are big on active safety technology will want the Driver Assistance Dynamic package. We also like the standard Brembo brakes and sport seats and would skip the pricey carbon-ceramic brakes and less adjustable Sparco carbon-fiber racing seats.

Edmunds' Expert Review

Overall rating

The all-new Alfa Romeo Giulia storms into a class of formidable competitors from all over the world. This Italian-born luxury compact is likely to win over buyers who prioritize driving performance over rear seat legroom or trunk space. The interior is sleekly styled, although the knobs and controls lack high-quality heft. A lively turbocharged four-cylinder engine powers the rear-wheel-drive base model, which is available with all-wheel drive. But it's the high-performance biturbo V6-powered Quadrifoglio model that grabs our attention, and potentially the crown of sport compacts.

Trim levels & features

The Giulia comes in three trims: a base model Giulia, midlevel Ti and high-performance Quadrifoglio. The base model and Ti come with a nice amount of standard equipment and are powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (280 horsepower, 306 pound-feet of torque) with an eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is available. The Ti trim has access to more sporty equipment packages that include items such as sport seats and active suspension, but it’s the Quadrifoglio that’s packed full of impressively fun things including a thrilling biturbo 2.9-liter V6 engine (505 hp, 443 lb-ft).

The base Giulia gets 17-inch alloy wheels, all-season tires and robust Brembo brakes. Bi-xenon projector headlights with LED daytime running lights, taillights and ambient lighting are standard, along with heated and power-folding mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, rear park assist sensors and a rear camera with dynamic guidelines. Convenience items include remote keyless entry with push-button ignition, leather seats with six-way power driver and front passenger adjustments (four-way lumbar adjustment), dual-zone climate control and cruise control. An acoustic laminated windshield and front door windows keep wind noise at bay, while the DNA drive mode controller lets you select from different modes that alter steering, transmission and accelerator characteristics. There is a 7-inch TFT info screen within the gauge cluster, a 6.5-inch radio screen with voice recognition, AM/FM/HD radio, Bluetooth, three USB ports (one charge only) and an eight-speaker audio system.

The packages available on the base model include a Sport Appearance package, which adds unique front and rear fascias, 18-inch wheels, gloss black window trim and painted brake calipers (red, black or yellow available). The Sport Interior package requires the above package and adds aluminum interior trim, fantastic-looking, column-mounted aluminum paddle shifters, a leather steering wheel and sport pedals. If you’re looking to upgrade the infotainment system, the Navigation package includes an 8.8-inch widescreen radio with 3-D GPS navigation, voice recognition, a rotary controller and satellite radio. A complement to this would be the 10-speaker Premium Audio package that includes a subwoofer and a 400-watt amplifier. A Cold Weather package is specific to the base model, adding heated seats and a heated steering wheel; other trims include those as standard.

There are two levels of active driving assist packages. The Driver Assistance package includes front park-assist sensors, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and auto-dimming exterior mirrors. The Driver Assistance Dynamic package adds adaptive cruise control with full-stop capability, lane departure warning, forward collision warning with autonomous emergency braking, automatic high-beams and an infrared reflective windshield.

The Giulia Ti comes with everything the base model has, plus standard dark gray oak wood trim, the 8.8-inch widescreen radio (navigation is extra), 12 months of satellite radio, the aforementioned heated front seats and steering wheel, 18-inch alloy wheels and front park-assist sensors. Adaptive xenon headlights are a standalone option.

The packages for the Ti are structured a little differently. There are Sport packages that include a choice of wheel sizes along with everything from the above Sport packages and excellent sport leather seats (a worthy upgrade). The Lusso package includes 18-inch, 10-spoke wheels, luxury leather seats, leather-wrapped interior trim with accent stitching, an upgraded steering wheel, interior air quality system and a choice of genuine dark gray oak or light walnut wood trim. If you just wanted a leather interior, it’s available as a Leather package. The Ti Performance package provides a small step toward Quadrifoglio performance with an active suspension and mechanical limited-slip differential. And if you’d prefer the performance items without the Sport appearance items, there's the Ti Performance Plus package.

Lastly, with the Ti you can upgrade to the 900-watt Harman Kardon premium audio system, which includes 14 speakers, a subwoofer, two surround-sound speakers and a 12-channel amplifier.

The Giulia Quadrifoglio is the star of this show, with its 505-horsepower, all-aluminum, direct-injected biturbo V6 engine as its main act. It, too, comes mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and features fuel-saving cylinder deactivation. Sadly, the six-speed manual available in Europe won’t be making it over to the U.S. at this time.

The Quadrifoglio’s standard equipment list is lengthy, which is good news for buyers. There’s the high-performance Brembo brake system and a torque-vectoring rear differential that can transfer 100 percent of available power to either rear wheel. A two-mode exhaust with bypass valves offers varying levels of engine music depending on your mood, and a carbon-fiber active front splitter adjusts for more aerodynamic downforce at speeds above 75 mph. An active suspension and 19-inch wheels with supersticky Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires round out the big hardware items.  

Looking at the Quadrifoglio you’ll be able to pick out the aggressive model-specific details such as the front fascia, grille, carbon trunk spoiler, bi-xenon adaptive headlights and rear diffuser with quad exhaust tips. But beneath the painted surfaces hides a lightweight hood and roof made of carbon fiber.

Moving inside, carbon-fiber trim adorns a leather-wrapped interior. The Alfa DNA Pro Drive Mode Selector adds Race to the Dynamic, Natural and Advanced Efficiency settings, with Launch Control accessible in Race mode. Additional standard features include blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, column-mounted paddle shifters, an 8.8-inch widescreen navigation system, and excellent eight-way power-adjustable leather and simulated-suede performance front seats.

A few options are available at the Quadrifoglio level. They include the Driver Assistance Dynamic package mentioned earlier, leather and simulated-suede ultra-high-performance Sparco
carbon-fiber racing seats (driver and front-passenger seats with two-way and four-way power adjustments, respectively) and an ultra-high-performance Brembo carbon-ceramic brake system.

Driving

Alfa Romeo made some bold performance statements about the Giulia, and from what we've experienced so far, it appears Alfa followed through. Both Giulia and high-performance Quadrifoglio models boast strong engines for their respective segments, and all deliver an entertaining driving experience.

Acceleration

The base-model Giulia's 2.0-liter turbo engine feels responsive and generates ample torque from low rpm. The Quadrifoglio's smooth-revving 2.9-liter biturbo V6 packs a beastly 505-hp punch; Alfa says it's good for a sprint to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds. Seems realistic based on our seat-of-pants feel.

Braking

The Quadrifoglio's brakes are hugely powerful yet easy to modulate in casual driving. They have a natural feel, too, which is impressive because the system operates electronically, instead of being mechanically connected like most systems.

Steering

Although the roads were wet and slippery during our evaluation drive, the Giulia's steering didn't feel lacking in feedback or response. Turn-in is incredible due to an ultra-quick steering ratio, and it accomplishes this without feeling darty.

Handling

Wet roads meant grip limits were reached much sooner than we'd have liked. But besides the generous torque from both Giulia's turbo engines making the rear tires want to spin freely, the Giulia didn't exhibit any bad habits. A virtually perfect balance of weight front to rear likely helps.

Drivability

Both eight-speed automatics shift quickly and react without delay when using the column-mounted paddles. In Dynamic or Race mode, up- and downshifts are tuned to deliver more kick, which elevates the drama to a degree. When upshifting in the wet, it's enough to break the Quadrifoglio's tires loose.

Comfort

Even at the base model level, it's clear the Giulia's focus is delivering a sporty drive. The ride skews firm, and there's an average amount of road noise that sneaks into the cabin. The base model's seats lack cushioning and adjustability, but the sport seats fit like an Italian leather glove.

Seat comfort

The base Giulia's seats have short, flat bottom seat cushions and lack of adjustability. Lateral seat bolsters have above-average support, but that's about it. The optional sport seats fix everything wrong in regular Giulia, with loads of support and adjustability, but lack ventilation.

Ride comfort

The ride quality with the active suspension in the Quadrifoglio is on the firmer side but offers a decent amount of comfort. The ride in the standard base Giulia is not exactly plush either and isn't adjustable (optional in Ti model), but it strikes a pretty good balance between sport and comfort.

Noise & vibration

There's an average amount of road noise, which was slightly exacerbated due to wet roads. Wind noise, however, is pretty well isolated thanks to acoustic glass. No interior panel squeaks were detected.

Climate control

Dual climate control is standard, and operation is straightforward. There's a good amount of cooling capacity, though the fans don't flow air quite like some American air-conditioning systems. The heated steering wheel is effective and warms up quickly; the seats offer three levels of heat as well.

Interior

Your interior experience will vary greatly, depending on trim level. The type of seats make the biggest difference when it comes to driving position or getting in and out. We found the rear seat to be tight on legroom and all the controls lacking a little bit of quality heft we expect in the class.

Ease of use

The rotary-dial infotainment system is simple and similar to others in the market, though it doesn't have a touchpad surface like in an Audi or BMW, and the rotary scrolling action is reversed from others. All other controls are nicely within reach, and the column-shift paddles are best-in-segment.

Getting in/getting out

The front doors open wide, and the seats are a nice, accessible height. You'll most likely end up sitting on the outside lateral thigh bolster first, no matter how you enter the car, causing seat fatigue over time. Rear entry is more challenging due to tighter leg space and a sloping roofline.

Driving position

In the base Giulia, the bottom seat cushion is short and flat and doesn't offer much tilt. The available sport seats, however, offer copious cushioning, tons of support and good adjustability, though we'd like adjustable lateral support too. A manual tilt-and-telescoping steering column is standard.

Roominess

Lots of space up front, but rear seat room is a bit scarce. The footroom underneath the front seats is limited, and the center drive tunnel is pretty wide, which eats up a lot of middle-seat foot space. It'd be a squeeze for the lower halves of three adults, but headroom doesn't seem to be an issue.

Visibility

Visibility out front is good, with the nose of the Giulia falling away quick for an open view of the road. Sideview mirrors create the typical small blind spots. Rear headrests are short and unobtrusive, and though the rear roof pillars are thick, the large rear side windows help lessen blind spots.

Quality

The air vents, gear selector, and rotary infotainment controls look and feel less substantial than those of class competitors. The nav screen integration is pretty sleek, and higher-model leather-wrapped surfaces, carbon trim and carbon steering wheel all look of very high quality and draw admiration.

Utility

Utility isn't a strong suit of the Giulia, with the exception of the base and Ti trim's split folding rear seats and easy-access car seat anchors (all trims). Small item storage within the cabin is limited, and trunk space is unimpressive.

Small-item storage

As in other European sport sedans, there isn't a ton of small item storage options. You'll find a couple cupholders forward of the shifter and a modestly sized bin underneath the center armrest. The door pockets are small and barely fit a small water bottle, and glovebox space is also limited.

Cargo space

The standard Giulia features 40/20/40-split folding rear seats, which are quite useful. The Quadrifoglio seats do not fold down. Trunk volume specs aren't available yet, but based off appearances, the opening is shallow and narrow and likely to be on the smaller side of the class.

Child safety seat accommodation

LATCH anchors are located on the two outboard rear seats behind easy-to-access plastic flip doors, and there are also three easy-access top tethers as well, so you can either fit two seats in the outboard positions or one in the center.

Technology

Integration of the wide 8.8-inch touchscreen is very well done, and the controls, although slightly cheap-feeling, operate intuitively. We didn't have any complaints regarding the base car's stereo system, but the optional Harman Kardon system produces some fantastic sound.

Audio & navigation

Though the standard audio system is perfectly sufficient, the optional Harman Kardon audio delivers clear, crisp, rich sound without any distortion when the volume is cranked way up. The navigation system is displayed on a sleek-looking 8.8-inch screen and works well.

Smartphone integration

Bluetooth is standard across all models, as are three USB ports (one of which is charge-only). Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are not offered.

Top consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia.

Something special!
jb7227, 04/06/2017
I have only had my Quadrifoglio for about a week....but you know as soon as you get in, that you are driving something special. I have a relatively well-optioned car including the carbon ceramic brakes, MSRP about $87k. This car gets a LOT of thumbs up...get used to it! You can dial the personality you want this car to have...in Dynamic mode (haven't tried "race" mode yet, want to break in the car properly!) it feels really tight...in "natural" mode, a comfortable daily driver....but you always have the feeling this car wants to run fast. Unlike some reviews online, i found the interior to be of very high quality...the dashboard looks like it came from a Ferrari. I am considering a set of Michelin Pilot Sport high performance all season tires, as I can already tell the Pirelli PZero Corsa tires will not last more than about 7,500 miles on the high end! I have the standard seats, but if you purchase a car with the optional carbon fiber seats, definitely try them before you buy....the basic seats have plenty of bolstering and more power adjustments. Not that it matters...but so far, in relatively gentle driving (again...trying to break it in for the first 500 miles or so)...average MPG is about 19 according to the on-board computer. I have the Rosso Competizione exterior color...it looks fabulous...but i did notice that most dealers first Quadrifoglios were Vulcano black. Although the black looks nice, IMO it doesn't do the car justice, as the carbon fiber bits kind of get "lost" in a sea of black....Overall impression...it's even better than I expected!!!!
Alfa Quad is almost practical
Bill Nelson, 04/04/2017
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quad offers extraordinary performance and yet can be reasonably driven as a freeway cruiser. The seats are comfortable. The controls intuitive and the fit and finish at a high standard. There's something wonderful about being in a four door sedan powered by a Ferrari-derived engine that handles like a race car. I've only 500 miles on the odometer but so far I've had no issues of any kind. And I forgot to mention that the car is drop dead gorgeous.
A wolf in sheeps clothing
Steve Meeks, 09/30/2017
The 2017 Giulia Quadrofogilio is a sleeper compared to BMW, Mercedes and even my Porsche 911 4s. I am baffled by some reviews from journalists in that I think that they have never driven the Quadrofogilio. 505 horsepower. 4 different driving modes including race, ceramic brakes and a carbon fiber driveshaft, roof and hood and movable front aero an interior that is far superior to BMW, Mercedes, Porsche or Jaguar. My son is 6ft tall and is more comfortable in the back seat than the BMW 3 series or the Jaguar xe or even the Mercedes 300. The infotainment and navigation is better than my Porsche which cost $160k. For a performance vehicle in a sedan who outperforms BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes, and handles as good or better than my 2017 Porsche 9114s for $80 k plus a warranty that is the best in the industry how can you not like the Italian design, handling, comfort and price. This car looks like a regular family sedan but is built for the track. It is funny how BMW's , Mustangs, and even Corvettes, want to race you and you have the last laugh when you fly past them and they have a look of despair. Up date after 8000 miles no change its like a mad hornet on steroids. This car is amazing way under priced to compare to the competition,it is the fastest 4 door sedan out there today. No mechanical problems unlike the 2017 Porsche which had many electrical problems. Every time we drive the Giulia we all have smiles on our faces. We take long trips in this car and its very comfortable , my son is 6'ft tall and can fit comfortably in the back seat not so in the BMW, Mercedes, or Jaguar. If you don't buy this car at least drive it to see what you are missing.
M3 owner for a long long time!!
m3g60, 06/01/2018
ok guys I've owned 7 M3s in the last 20+ years, YES 7 M3s 95, 98, 01, 02, 05, 04, 08 and drove few 2015s. BMW just made a big mistake with the new 2015 M3/M4!!. cars sounds really really really bad!! the interior cheap, steering sucks, steering wheel also sucks, turbo lag, and bad handling, the only thing BMW did good on the new models is the reliability YES more reliable but SUBARU like cars. This Alfa is like driving V8 E92 M3 with all the stuff you wish if the V8 M3 had mostly POWER. If my E92 M3 had double the power it had I would've kept it for longer than 4.5 years but E92 had NO POWER and sounds sooooooo good!!. once you drive the Alfa you will forget about and German cars TRUST ME. if you don't take my word for it you will waste your money on anything you buy. enough said
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Features & Specs

MSRP
$72,000
MPG
17 city / 24 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
Gas
505 hp @ 6500 rpm
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Safety

Our experts’ favorite Giulia safety features:

Adaptive Cruise Control with Full Stop
Maintains a set interval from the vehicle ahead and can bring the vehicle to a full stop without driver intervention.
Collision Warning w/ Emergency Braking
Warns of an impending collision and, in some circumstances, brings the vehicle to a full stop if a front crash appears imminent.
Lane Departure Warning
Provides an audible buzzing noise to alert you if you're drifting out of your lane.
IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    Good
  • Roof Strength Test
    Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    Good
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    Good

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More about the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia

A luxury sport sedan with an iconic name and heritage, the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia is perfect for buyers who want Italian tradition and cachet at a sub-Ferrari price. Although the top-trim Giulia Quadrifoglio isn't exactly a basement bargain, it's priced competitively with other European sport sedans. It's a worthy alternative for those seeking something different from the standard choices.

All-new for 2017, the Giulia expands Alfa Romeo's U.S. presence after a long absence, a milestone marked by the introduction of the small, mid-engine Alfa Romeo 4C sports car. But Alfa's long history of building sport sedans, as well as performance roadsters and racers, makes the Giulia's revival a significant step toward a full-line resurgence.

The entry-level Giulia comes with a peppy turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 280 horsepower. Stepping up to the Quadrifoglio delivers more performance from a twin-turbo 2.9-liter V6 (505 hp, 443 pound-feet of torque) and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Giulia Quadrifoglio can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 191 mph, according to Alfa Romeo.

The 2017 Giulia returns an EPA-estimated 20 mpg combined (17 city/24 highway).

With a claimed 50/50 weight balance, active sport suspension and steering tuned for excellent feedback, the Quadrifoglio delivers exceptional handling capability. All Giulia models allow drivers to dial in performance, economy or normal settings that control suspension, engine and transmission response, while the Quadrifoglio adds a race mode that unleashes additional power from the turbo system and expands the car's handling limits.

The Giulia oozes Italian style, and the Quadrifoglio interior boasts an array of high-quality leather, Alcantara and carbon-fiber materials, comfortable seats and intuitive controls. The rear seats lack the kind of legroom found in rival sport sedans, but headroom is adequate.

The top-trim Quadrifoglio comes with heated seats, performance tires and brakes, and an infotainment system that includes navigation and voice or gesture control. Carbon-ceramic brakes and a package of driver safety aids are among the few available options. When you're ready, let Edmunds help find the right 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia for you.

2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Overview

The 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is offered in the following styles: , and Quadrifoglio 4dr Sedan (2.9L 6cyl Turbo 8A).

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