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Hi guys, in your opinion what are the essential accessories? Are the geuine mats worth paying out for?
 

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The genuine Alfa Accessories mats are in my opinion the best quality and value. I have also got the rubberised boot liner which keeps the boot clean and organised.:)
 

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The genuine Alfa Accessories mats are in my opinion the best quality and value. I have also got the rubberised boot liner which keeps the boot clean and organised.:)
+1 (The boot liner is very good and non-slip too.)

The aluminium fuel cap is a tasteful bit of tactile bling, and the aluminium oil cap likewise (though the printing on it doesn't align right which is a tad irritating).
 

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The genuine Alfa Accessories mats are in my opinion the best quality and value. I have also got the rubberised boot liner which keeps the boot clean and organised.:)
+1 ....Bootliner is awesome.
Already had a "spill " which the boot liner easily contained, allowing easy clean up , and without damage to anything.
Highly recommend.
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JM
 

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Boot liner a must, aluminium fuel cap feels classy at fill up time, the Alfa tax disc looks nice but after a year have yet to fit it, I also purchased the dust caps for the tyres and I'm quite shocked to see they are still there! :)

Money no object? Go for the carbon gear knob & wing mirror covers hmmmmm:inlove:
 

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For the MA it's the double exhaust obviously (not the Alfa one, it's a dummy) and then floor mats and a dashboard insert/gearknob combo, as mentioned earlier :).
I have a TomTom on top of that and that'd be all.
 

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boot liner, carbon fibre pack, (gear knob, mirrors, dash ,spoiler and grill) dust caps,oil and petrol filler caps mats.
You've got the carbon dash?
I was led to believe that was lefthanddrive only.
You must take some pics. (The official one is by Zender who told me one was not available in RHD .)
 

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Any 1 bought the over sized exhaust tips?
Yep! Ok, they were the first thing I bought although I already had the aluminium fuel filler cap. Then I bought the mats, the boot liner (first one ever for me but it is brilliant), the aluminium oil filler cap, rear parking sensors, the 18" turbines, autoDAB radio.... The oversize pipes are not only oversized but also overpriced. If you really want big pipes, go to your local exhaust specialist and get some similar ones for about £40 instead.
 

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Yep! Ok, they were the first thing I bought although I already had the aluminium fuel filler cap. Then I bought the mats, the boot liner (first one ever for me but it is brilliant), the aluminium oil filler cap, rear parking sensors, the 18" turbines, autoDAB radio.... The oversize pipes are not only oversized but also overpriced. If you really want big pipes, go to your local exhaust specialist and get some similar ones for about £40 instead.
Thats if you want your Giulietta to look " like a wheelbarrow "!
My wife's words and not mine. Sorry , I'm alone in reading Freudian issues into this big pipe debate.
 

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Thats if you want your Giulietta to look " like a wheelbarrow "!
My wife's words and not mine. Sorry , I'm alone in reading Freudian issues into this big pipe debate.
Being a wheelbarrow I would have thought involved two smaller pipes??? but it is visually balanced! It does depend how far you let them stick out though Mine used to be flush with the lip, but I moved them further in like the smaller ones. They are really heavy too...perhaps if I took them off I'd get more mpg!!
 
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