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Alfa romeo giulietta pricing announced

The range starts from €19,995 for a 1.4 TB 120 bhp Turismo. Full price list will be live on the Alfa Romeo website this afternoon.

i think that's cracking value!
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Hopefully the 170HP & 235QV won't be much more


Well I live in hope until I hear otherwise
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The diesel seems a little expensive, the entry level is good value.
I hope the 1.4 170-bhp is below 25K or I might be tempted into a Megane 250 cup for only 4k more..

I dont really need it being owner or part owner of three dedicated trackday/race/autotest cars already but..
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If they want it to sell they are gonna have to price it competitively. Seen an ad for it on Channel 4 the other night with Uma Thurman, really good. At least they have sorted out the marketing
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Taken from the Giulietta Tech Lounge


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Mysterio, and that Audi is a three-door.. with absolutely NOTHING included.

Right, some press release has been made because:

120CV 1.4 Turismo: €19995
105CV 1.6JTDm2 Turismo: €21,995
170CV 1.4 Lusso: €26,995
170CV 2.0JTDm2 Lusso: €27,570

[ source: Complete Car | News: Alfa Romeo Giulietta pricing announced ]

More than I'd hoped for the 170CV, I have to say



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I'm holding tight until they announce something with at least 200bhp...

27k isn't too bad though.. I assume it's the same cheap tax bracket..
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Band B. €156/year.
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I'm holding tight until they announce something with at least 200bhp...

27k isn't too bad though.. I assume it's the same cheap tax bracket..
Well the 1750TBi has 235BHP Unfortunately it is in Band E for emissions, that'll be €630 Road Tax IIRC



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Band B. €156/year.
That makes getting the 170 a bit of a no brainer doesn't it, 3 years road tax for what I'm already paying for my 147.

Hopefully the above is correct & adding a few extra options doesn't push it up a Band, IIRC Fiat had to strip some of the options ( the sports pack I think ) from the Bravo as it had problems with the Tax Band

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Just seen the Uma Thurman Giulietta ad on a UK channel. Hmmmm slick lines, beautful body and agressive stance. What a car.
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It's getting a lot of air time on Sky for the last few days Great advert alright & hopefully a great car, I can't wait to see one in the metal
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To the best of my knowledge, the taxable CO2 figure is for each drivetrain (engine+transmission) in the basic trim. Weight of additional equipment is not considered, even though it does affect emissions.

So, you get a 1.4 170CV, and load it up with stuff, it still gets taxed at Band B because the lightest 170CV 1.4 car emits 134g/km. Yours mightn't, but the Revenue don't want to go into that level of detail.

Actually, because the percentage of VRT charged on the 120 is higher than for the 170, Alfa's margin on the 170 will be higher too... remember this when you go to trade in.

If there were changes to Bravo, it may have been that one of the European models was just over an Irish band threshold, and by stripping out some things they were able to squeeze it in.

(Incidentally, has anyone else noticed that you can't buy a "normal" Ford Focus with a petrol engine in this country anymore? only the 200bhp or ST are petrol powered.)
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Just seen the Uma Thurman Giulietta ad on a UK channel. Hmmmm slick lines, beautful body and agressive stance. What a car.
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If there were changes to Bravo, it may have been that one of the European models was just over an Irish band threshold, and by stripping out some things they were able to squeeze it in.

(Incidentally, has anyone else noticed that you can't buy a "normal" Ford Focus with a petrol engine in this country anymore? only the 200bhp or ST are petrol powered.)

IIRC according to a Fiat Dealer the Sport Kit for the Dynamic was withdrawn ( it included 17" alloys, sideskirts & rear spoiler all for €980, a bargain ) Not 100% certain now though as that was more than 2 years ago.

Very few Petrol Alfas left in the range now for ages apart from the Mito & 159 SW/Breara/Spider Hopefully the Giulietta will remedy that though
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For how much longer

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Prices now online http://www.alfaromeo.ie/ie/cmsen/doc..._pricelist.pdf

Giulietta Prices August 2010.jpg

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€34k for cloverleaf 1750!!!
that's a bit rich
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You can find it on the UK site...
177g/Km
Actually - that ain't bad - puts it in Band E (€630)...
That's actually less than my current motor tax..

Am really interested now.
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..my onesixtysix would be eligible for scrappage... would you do it..?
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You can find it on the UK site...
177g/Km
Actually - that ain't bad - puts it in Band E (€630)...
That's actually less than my current motor tax..

Am really interested now.
It'll be interesting to see the options price list though as it will be easy to add another couple grand in options

Adding a few bits to the 170 Veloce will put it over €30K easily, then you aren't too far away from the price of the Cloverleaf, at that stage what a few more €

Until you add a few options to that



I must do some spec checks later
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170 muiltiair is a good compromise.
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