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SPOTTED: We Get A Better Look At The Updated Alfa Romeo Giulia!

SPOTTED: We Get A Better Look At The Updated Alfa Romeo Giulia!​

Giulia Refresh Is Getting Close To Debut...​


The Alfa Romeo brand has been on a roll recently. With the recent addition of the all-new 2023 Alfa Romeo Tonale C-SUV, the Italian marque is getting ready to launch a new B-SUV, and refreshed version of its Stelvio and Giulia models to help hold the brand over until their electrified replacements arrive in 2025 and 2026, respectively.


bill burke

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Dec 9, 2020
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This is not an ugly car, but I have never been thrilled with the overall look of the Giulia, it needs some “zoom” accents to stand out, especially on the sides. I tested the Stelvio and liked its looks much better, but thought, though it handled well, was taunt and solid, it lacked the power to go with its looks. I thought too many items were extra cost options and were not up to par in those areas with the Jeep Cherokee Overland I chose over it at a lower final price. I hope the short comings have been addressed and in my neck of the woods, Alfa Romeos are doing very well sales wise. Wishing them well, but a larger, sedan, SUV and a performance coupe is needed more than just a few tweaks to these two mid sized offerings to really energize the brand.

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