2018 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce / 5yrs Alfa Romeo Warranty & Service Pack 120k kms!
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Spec: GCC / Alfa Romeo Gargash Dubai
Service History: Full Alfa Romeo History
Warranty: Alfa Romeo 5yrs or 120,000kms until 18/03/2023 or 120,000kms
Service Package: Alfa Romeo 5yrs or 120,000kms until 18/03/2023 or 120,000kms
Named with true Italian passion is the Giulietta, A fun hatchback that can be classified as an entrant into the brand’s ecosphere – albeit with a lot of perks you’d receive as you progress through their current range of award-winning performance cars. This car is the Veloce model and comes with the balance of the Alfa Romeo 5yr or 120,000km warranty, for the money, there is not a better hot hatch on the market!
To start things off, the Giulietta manages to remain fresh when compared with its German rivals such as the Volkswagen Golf and the Mercedes-Benz A-Class. The signature Alfa Romeo grille, the “scudetto” (little shield), provides the hatchback with its much-needed mojo. The side profile is made aggressive by the 17-inch QV inspired alloy wheels and Brembo brakes, the bold character line that runs the length of the car and the disguised door handled on the rear are designed to keep things rather simple and elegant. It is still positively striking to look at – and the rear end is rounded off with a pair of chrome-tipped exhausts and a cosmetic diffuser. Moving over to the interior, you are greeted by a quirky and clean cabin layout that was crafted, for the most part, in faux-carbon-fiber and high-quality plastics. There is also an easy-to-use 6.5-inch touchscreen on the center console and a few physical knobs to master your HVAC controls.
For the current Model Year, the Giulietta packs a surprise underneath the hood: a 1.8-litre (1.75-litre, to be accurate) in-line four-cylinder turbo engine that is derived from their supercar – the 4C.
The resulting output is 240hp and 340Nms of torque, all of which is mated to a six-speed dual-clutch auto-manual that sends power to the front wheels via the ‘Q2’ electronic differential. Then there is the ‘DNA’ system – with the alphabets denoting ‘Dynamic’, ‘Neutral’, and All-weather’ – that changes the characteristics of the car depending on your driving requirements.
In ‘Neutral’ mode, the shifts are timely if a bit economy minded. However, they are still snappy enough to respond to quick throttle changes while the focus shifts to aggression and sharpness when switched to ‘Dynamic’ mode. The latter hastens gear shifts and throttle response and adds a bit more weight to the steering wheel. It’s one of the better steering systems we’ve tried out in a long time – with excellent response and a substantial amount of heft added to make you feel comfortable in corners.
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