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Current AR Ireland Sales Dealerships as listed on the Dealer Locator :



Dan Seaman Motors

Forge Hill
Airport Road
Cork

Phone: 021 4320266
Email: [email protected]
Website: Home main | Dan Seaman Motors





Agnelli Motor Park

Agnelli House
Naas Road
Dublin 12
Dublin

Phone: 01 426 6000
Email: [email protected]
Website: Agnelli Motor Park For Fiat - Chrysler - Jeep - Alfa Romeo





Tractamotors

Blanchardstown
Dublin 15
Co.Dublin

Phone:Nick Crawford on 01 821 6622




Clareview Sales

Ennis Road
Limerick
Co.Limerick

Phone:061-221000
Website: Clareview Car Sales, Limerick - Authorised Main Dealers for Fiat, Alfa, Chrysler & Jeep in Limerick





Waterford Motor Village

Waterford Business Park
Cork Road
Waterford

Phone:051 304300
Fax:051 304336
Email:[email protected]
Website:http://www.waterfordmotorvillage.com




McGuigan Motors

Muckno Street
Castleblaney
Co.Monaghan

Phone: 042 9740144





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January : 20 Alfas


Giulia : 10

Diesel : 10

10 - 2.2 JTD 150bhp or 180bhp : CO2 Band A



Giulietta : 8

Diesel : 7

6 - 1.6 JTDm-2 120bhp : CO2 Band A

1 - 2.0 JTDm-2 150bhp or TCT 175bhp : CO2 Band A

Petrol : 1

1 - 1.4 MA 170bhp TCT : CO2 Band A



Mito : 2

Diesel : 2

1 - 1.3 JTD 95bhp : CO2 Band A
 

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10 Giulia registrations/sales:
5 Dublin, 1 Cork, 1 Kilkenny, 1 Meath, 1 Offaly, 1 Waterford
3 Grey, 3 Black, 3 Red, 1 White


8 Giulietta registrations/sales:
3 Dublin, 2 Cork, 1 Kildare, 1 Limerick, 1 Tipperary
5 White, 2 Grey, 1 Black


2 Mito registrations/sales:
1 Dublin, 1 Donegal
2 Black


Not a bad start to the year, & Giulia numbers will probably increase during the next few months as factory orders start to get delivered ;)
 

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All the Giulias are diesel? Mother of mercy, people must be doing astronomical mileage in Ireland. Its certainly not the tax that should be putting people off petrol. Although I guess all of the Giulias on forecourts are diesel so petrols would be factory orders.
 

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Yes I'd say we will see more petrol Giulias registered once the factory orders start to come through :thumbs:
 

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Yeah congrats. Mine has been made and I was told a provisional date of the 18th.
Was with the dealer yesterday, a red petrol SL there for sale and a black petrol SS ready for collection. The red looked classy and the black more aggressive I thought. Should have mine this week.
 

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All the Giulias are diesel? Mother of mercy, people must be doing astronomical mileage in Ireland. Its certainly not the tax that should be putting people off petrol. Although I guess all of the Giulias on forecourts are diesel so petrols would be factory orders.
Yep, looks like everyone commutes from the countryside...in Dublin, as 50% of the Giulia were sold here :thinking:

Besides the obvious "the diesels were ready to deliver" point, the motorist's love affair with diesel will take time to finally die out. I was recently in Italy and people are still buying diesel cars by the dozens, especially significant as they are mostly cars that make zero sense as diesels - we're not talking about Mondeo or Passat cruisers, we're talking about bottom-of-the-line Panda, Fabia and Clio; Cars that, by definition, are school-and-supermarket runners. Most of them don't even drive enough in a day to properly warm up.

A lot of people just have the ingrained "diesel is better" concept, you'll hear it everywhere; They have no idea about the modern turbocharged petrol engines - or even worse, associate them with the fuel-hungry, hot-hatch propelling monsters of the 1980s'. All they care about it the fuel consumption figure and the price at the pump...
 

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I had a 156 selespeed. Loved it. But couldn't enjoy driving it and achieve more than 30 mpg. Have a 2.4 jtd since new in 2003, and I love driving it, and getting 45 mpg. For 250,000 miles. With at least a 10% saving on the pump price, coupled with 50% better mileage, it just makes sense. Reports seem to indicate Giulia 2.0 petrols giving 30-32 mpg, and diesels doing 45ish, hence new diesel 180 on the way. I'm not sure anything has really changed in terms of economy in 14 years. I cannot justify running a petrol, even if it drove as well as a QF. Which it doesn't. As for the Italians, they love small cars, and they do big mileage in them.
 

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February : 15 Alfas


Giulia : 10

Petrol : 6

6 - 2.0 Turbo 200bhp : CO2 Band B

Diesel : 4

4 - 2.2 JTD 150bhp or 180bhp : CO2 Band A



Giulietta : 3

Petrol : 2

1 - 1.4 MA 170bhp TCT : CO2 Band A
1 - 1.4 MA 150bhp : CO2 Band B

Diesel : 1

1 - 2.0 JTDm-2 150bhp or TCT 175bhp : CO2 Band A



Mito : 2

Petrol : 1

1 - 1.4 MA 140bhp TCT : CO2 Band B

Diesel : 1

1 - 1.3 JTD 95bhp : CO2 Band A
 

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10 Giulia registrations/sales:
Petrol: 3 Dublin, 1 Limerick, 1 Louth, 1 Meath. 2 Blue, 1 Black, 2 Red, 1 White
Diesel: 2 Dublin, 1 Cork, 1 Clare. 2 Grey, 1 Blue, 1 Black


3 Giulietta registrations/sales:
Petrol: 1 Dublin, 1 Louth. 2 Grey
Diesel: 1 Dublin. Red


2 Mito registrations/sales:
Petrol: 1 Dublin. Red
Diesel: 1 Kilkenny. Black
 

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March : 12 Alfas


Giulia : 7

Petrol : 2

2 - 2.0 Turbo 200bhp : CO2 Band B

Diesel : 5

5 - 2.2 JTD 150bhp or 180bhp : CO2 Band A



Giulietta : 3

Diesel : 3

3 - 1.6 JTDm-2 120bhp : CO2 Band A



Mito : 2

Diesel : 2

2 - 1.3 JTD 95bhp : CO2 Band A
 

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7 Giulia registrations/sales:
Petrol: 1 Dublin, 1 Donegal. 1 Red, 1 White
Diesel: 1 Cork, 1 Dublin, 1 Galway, 1 Meath, 1 Wicklow. 2 Grey, 1 White, 1 Blue, 1 Black


3 Giulietta registrations/sales:
Diesel: 2 Dublin, 1 Meath. 1 Grey, 1 White, 1 Black


2 Mito registrations/sales:
Diesel: 1 Dublin, 1 Waterford. 1 Blue, 1 Red
 

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April : 8 Alfas


Giulia : 7

Petrol : 3

3 - 2.0 Turbo 200bhp : CO2 Band B

Diesel : 4

4 - 2.2 JTD 150bhp or 180bhp : CO2 Band A



Giulietta : 1

Diesel : 1

1 - 1.6 JTDm-2 120bhp : CO2 Band A
 

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7 Giulia registrations/sales:
Petrol: 2 Dublin, 1 Cork. 1 Grey, 1 Blue, 1 Black
Diesel: 2 Dublin, 2 Monaghan. 3 Blue, 1 Grey


1 Giulietta registrations/sales:
Diesel: 1 Dublin. 1 White
 

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7 Giulia registrations/sales:
Petrol: 2 Dublin, 1 Cork. 1 Grey, 1 Blue, 1 Black
Diesel: 2 Dublin, 2 Monaghan. 3 Blue, 1 Grey


1 Giulietta registrations/sales:
Diesel: 1 Dublin. 1 White
Nice to see it's not only diesel Giulia's being sold. Looks like a roughly 40/60 split in favour of diesels so far this year.
 
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