The cheapest Alfa Romeo Giulia money can buy if you live in the United States will be starting at $38, 990, but if you want to go all out and get the Nurburgring-record holder Quadrifoglio you’ll need to shell out at least $73,595.
Alfa Romeo is kind of an overdue automaker on the US market – but its revival might very well get kickstarted with the arrival of the Giulia sedan – the Italian four-door will be as cheap as $38,990 (after $995 destination). The TI (Turismo Internazionale) is immediately next at $40,990, and both trims will arrive in showrooms next month. From there on, there’s a sizeable list of options – Q4 all-wheel-drive system for $2,000, for example – and buyers can top out at the QV which kicks off from $73,595 (after $1,595 destination), which is becoming available this month.
The regular and TI Giulia share a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 280 horsepower (209 kilowatts) and 306 pound-feet (415 Newton-meters) of torque taking them to 60 miles per hour (97 kilometers per hour) in 5.1 seconds. The Quadrifoglio has the Maserati/Ferrari derived 505-hp (377-kW) 2.9-liter biturbo V6 nailing the sprint in just 3.8 seconds. Standard features include 6.5-inch infotainment system, a leather interior, 10-way power seats, and bi-xenon headlights. A Sport Exterior Package will deliver more dynamic looks for $1,250, while the TI can be spiced with wood interior trim, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and an 8.8-inch infotainment system. A Performance Package is also on the menu, and the Ti can also get the Sport or Luxury pack for a QV or luxury sedan look, both costing the same – $2,250.