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Discussion Starter #2 (Edited)
First, some models:

Base:

Black cloth seats
Start button on steering wheel
Leather steering wheel
Front seats with 6-way manual adjustment
3.5" TFT display cluster
16" alloys
Aluminium brake callipers
Halogen DRLs
Fog lights
Rear LED lights
Chrome exhaust tips
Alfa Connect 6.5" (touch, radio, MP3, aux-in, Bluetooth, 8 speakers, rotary pad)
Alfa DNA
Autonomous emergency brake with pedestrian recognition
Start/stop
Forward collision warning
Integrated brake system
Tyre inflation kit
Dual-zone climate control
Lane departure warning
Cruise control
Light and rain sensors
Electrical handbrake

The Super model changes from base:

Cloth/leather seats (3 different colour variants)
Aluminium kick plate
Two-tone dashboard and door panels
17" alloys
Dual chrome exhaust tips on 180PS diesel
Alfa Connect as above, with added SD card, voice control and navigation
Rear parking sensors

The Business model changes from base:

Electric folding mirrors
Alfa Connect as per Sport
Rear parking sensors

The Business Sport model changes from Business:

Cloth/leather seats
Leather sports steering wheel
Sports pedals and aluminium foot rest
Aluminium finish to centre console
17" alloys
Bi-Xenon headlights
Black brake callipers
Front/rear parking sensors
Rear camera

The Quadrifologio model:

Sports seats in leather and alcantara
Front seats with 6-way manual adjustment
Sports leather steering wheel with start button and keyless-go
7" TFT display
Special aluminium kick plate
Carbon inserts on dashboard, door panels and central tunnel
19" alloys
Electro-chromic and folding exterior mirrors
Bi-Xenon headlights with AFS and washers
LED DRLs
4 exhausts
Black aluminium brake callipers
Special bumpers with front grille
Rear diffuser
Crystal black outer frame
Underbody blanket
Quadrifoglio badge
Alfa Connect 8.8" (other features as Super/Business)
Front/rear parking sensors
Rear camera
Cruise control
Dual-zone climate control with rear vents
Light/rain sensors
Electric handbrake
Active aerodynamics
Alfa DNA Pro
Alfa Chassis Domain Control (CDC)
Alfa Active Suspension
Active torque vectoring
Forward collision warning
Autonomous emergency brake with pedestrian recognition
Blind spot monitoring with rear cross-path detection
Integrated braking system
Tyre inflation kit

There are also some "launch" editions for Business and Business Sport with different alloys and the Convenience Pack; the Business Sport adds gear change levers to the steering wheel.
 

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Now for some packs:

Sport

Aluminium inserts
Leather sport steering wheel
Aluminium sport pedals
Bi-Xeons

Only with 17/18" wheels and coloured brake callipers.
Not with Sport Plus pack or Lighting pack.

Sport Plus

Aluminium inserts
Leather sport steering wheel
Aluminium sport pedals
Headlight washers
Bi-Xenons with AFA

Only with 17/18" wheels and coloured brake callipers
Not with Sport pack

Driver Assistance Pack

Front/rear parking sensors
Rear camera

Not with Driver Assistance Pack Plus

Driver Assistant Pack Plus

Blind spot monitoring with cross-path detection
Auto-dimming rear view mirror
Automatic high beams
Front/rear parking sensors
Rear camera
Auto-dimming exterior mirrors

Only with electric folding exterior mirrors
Not with Driver Assistance Pack

Lighting Pack

Headlight washers
Bi-Xeons with AFS

Not with Sport Pack or Sport Pack Plus

Convenience Pack

Keyless entry
Driver's side storage compartment
Sun visors with mirror
Courtesy lights on exterior door handles

Convenience Pack - Quadrifoglio

Keyless entry
Driver's side storage compartment

Sound Theatre Pack

Stereo with 11 speakers, including sub-woofer
Ambient internal lighting

Only with Convenience Pack

Climate Upgrade Pack

Odour detection device
Heated windscreen
Rear seat climate control vents
Cooled glove box
Additional front and rear USB sockets
 

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It's a shame that 500 euro for the theatre Hifi will end up as £900. Bose option on giulietta is way more expensive in the uk.
Where has the 200hp petrol gone though????
I'm also surprised that economy for 150 and 180 diesels are shown to be the same.
 

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And the 17" sport wheels that I like aren't shown...
 

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Cerchi in lega Eco optional wheel looks like a wheel trim. No-cost option for autoblu market?
 

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No 19 inch upgrades? Think I'll wait for more potent petrol engines.
 

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I've now translated the options list and uploaded it as a spreadsheet:

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=63C9C0753F2FB119!115&authkey=!AHVAURAo2S98faA&ithint=file,xlsx

Hopefully that'll work - I've never used "MS Office Online" before. Feel free to share.

I'm more interested now I've got something more concrete to look at, but some of technology seems a bit lacking, certainly compared to the Audi A4, which is the other car I'm currently considering. I like my technology and the A4 has plenty of it. It's a shame it's nowhere as pretty as the Giulia and it's an Audi.

For example according to the price list, the Alfa is Bi-Xenons only (no LEDs, and certainly no adaptive LEDs) and there's no surround camera system or HUD. Neither is there electric seats, adaptive cruise control or park assist for parallel parking and the like. On the other hand, you can have the rear badges removed for 50 EUR and it does come with a manual.

And the wheels, oh lord. Alfa, what were you thinking? Perhaps I could get the 18" bronzed 5-spokes resprayed in "normal".
 

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Bi-Xenons are optional on Super and standard on the two Business Sport variants. On the Quadrifolgio variant, you get the active (AFS) variant instead. A couple of the packs allow you to upgrade to the AFS version on the non-Quadrifolgio models.
 

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Thought you had ordered already
Not yet. Can't place an order in the UK. I did have a Focus RS ordered but I cancelled it.
 

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Electric seats should be there, giulias at various motor shows had them. Adaptive crusie control is coming later this year.
But matrix LEDs, surround camera system and parallel parking are a no-go. Italians always lack in that area, they are couple of years behind when in comes to option list.
 

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Wester explained a while back that driver aids are not an Alfa thing , I believe?
fully agree, enough of that crap doo dah! xenons are ok since important for better visibility when driving, but cut the crap with automatic wiper & Co. who needs that any way?

s(cr)ew also Marelli HiFi/Navi, go direct to some established Pioneer/Alpina & Co
 

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Wester explained a while back that driver aids are not an Alfa thing , I believe?
fully agree, enough of that crap doo dah! xenons are ok since important for better visibility when driving, but cut the crap with automatic wiper & Co. who needs that any way?

s(cr)ew also Marelli HiFi/Navi, go direct to some established Pioneer/Alpina & Co
 

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So a nicely specced QV (dial alloys, metallic paint, keyless entry, carbon pack) will be about £65k at todays euro/gbp rate. A lot of car for the money.
Can't believe Rosso Red is the only no cost option on all the Giulia models.
 

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If it's going to be on par with M3 pricing it needs to start at £52k.
 
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