Tractamotors are taken orders....Used 2016 (162) ALFA ROMEO GIULIA 2.2 JTDM 150HP Diesel in DublinHonestly, the prices for the "accessible to humans" versions surprise me a bit - 40k for the baseline diesel and petrol version aren't that bad and not much higher than the Italian prices. I was expecting that, after the motor racket tax was applied, the final figure would shoot up in the mid-50s.
Based on todays exchange rate, 33k is what the vrt works out at!I'd read that there would be cars in showrooms in November, I'd presume those will be LHD as is the case across the water. I wouldn't expect to see any RHD until early 2017 at the earliest as from what I've read production on that has been delayed.
€100K for the QF, not such a huge shock I suppose even if it's only £59K across the water, the government need their cut
Still looking forward to seeing the Giulia in the metal :thumbs: Unfortunately there's probably very little chance of seeing a QF.
Didn't Alfa recently the pricing in UK in light of the sterling dropping scrap value?Based on todays exchange rate, 33k is what the vrt works out at!
Either alfa are selling them very cheap in the uk due to the collapse in sterling, or the irish government really are grappling you by the hips with the trousers down at your ankles
I have to agree with you there... a top of the range 200bhp 2.0 petrol Super Sport for €42.5k is a good deal compared to the equivalent Germans. The big downside for me is the lack of manual gearbox. Still, I'll probably take one for a spin. I reckon a lot of new buyers will opt for the Super Sport, so when it comes to buying a used Giulia in 2-3 years time, there could be a good selecton of high spec models on the market.Get yer calculators out, here's the pricelist:
The "Limited time offer" on the Super Sport and Super Lux is a pretty good one. €3k of equipment for €200 extra.