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2022 Alfa Romeo Giulia Consumer Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

wonderful machine the Giulia Veloce

Vick, 08/26/2022
Veloce 4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

It looks stunning, no doubt. Like the driving too. smooth power delivery. Suspension a poise in compared to my Golf R VII. Love it. Classy. Interior is also nicely done. I don't see the so-often-yelled lack of German quality. It is finished well too. I thought I would miss my Golf R when I replaced it with Giulia. But in the end I find this car more lovely. Good value for money too when in compared with similar German ones.

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5 out of 5 stars

Love ❤️ my car

Willie, 09/05/2022
Veloce 4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Love the style, ride, & turbo!

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4 out of 5 stars

Quad Version

Nick Steele, 08/31/2022
Quadrifoglio 4dr Sedan (2.9L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

If performance is first on your list then this is the car for you. Coming from a V-8 Audi S6 the interior and refinement of the Alpha fall short. However, that’s not why I bought it. If you crave jaw-dropping acceleration, telepathic steering and a beautiful raspy engine sound that will awe your passengers and draw curses from your neighbors…look no further.

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1 out of 5 stars

Horrid, antiquated, ergonomic disaster

George K, 06/29/2022
Ti 4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
2 of 16 people found this review helpful

This is how cars from behind the Iron Curtain used to feel, for those of you who remember before the Iron Curtain fell. Yeah, they had 4 wheels and an engine, but they weren't much fun. Well, if you want to re-live these bad old days, get yourself into an Alfa Giulia. I had one for 3 days as a rental, and that is 3 days more than anyone should be punished with one. Makes the Toyota Camry I had feel like a luxury car. Would you like a trunk that can accommodate one small suitcase? Then here's your winner? How about bad steering posture, would you like that? Well come right up! You cannot sit comfortably without the steering column hitting your knees. Yeah, I've had that before, but it was cars from the 1960s. Then there's the really distinctive lunacy--the shifting paddles. Few people ever use those, so sensible car makers (like the Germans), tuck them behind the steering wheel where they do no harm. But not the Giulia. They must be real proud of theirs. They are a garish chrome finish and about the size and shape of ballet slippers. And they stick very far out to either side. So if you want to use the turn signal, or the windshield wipers, you will fight with the paddles first. You said you want to use the turn signal? Well, would you like it to cancel itself too? Tough! Once in a while it will do that, but mostly you will struggle to manually cancel. Would you like your start button on your steering wheel? No, I didn't think so. Neither to I. But the designers of the Giulia thought this is a wonderful place to put it. The automatic gearshift is the kind with an escutcheon, not a rubbery boot. When you get this on a German car, it's firm and solid. On the Giulia, when you shift, it feels like the whole trim is coming apart. After a while, this is not much fun either. Would you like the car to look like it's been styled for adults, rather than babies? Out of luck again. The whole interior styling looks like the designer was previously designing plastic toy trucks in his last job. I am just mind-boggled that anyone who ever drove one for more than 50 feet would buy one. It's a very diverse world out there, and different folks like different things, but it's truly hard to imagine how anyone can inspect this car with even the most cursory look and decide that they want to buy it. If someone gives you one free, well you can't look a gift horse in the mouth. But to pay good money for such a car....that simply strains my credulity. Please don't!

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