The new Alfa Romeo Giulia Saloon is in many ways a typical Alfa Romeo: It’s stylish, luxurious and lots of fun to drive. If you fancy a suave Italian alternative to Mercedes C-Class or BMW 3 Series Saloon, it represents an excellent choice in an exec saloon market that needs Alfa Romeo’s unique blend of flair and performance.
For the Italian brand themselves, the Giulia is a key car. Alfa Romeo hasn’t produced an exec-saloon in over five years, which has seen the powerful German brands sweep ahead in this sector. Despite their absence, Alfa Romeo has returned as though they’ve never been away, and the Giulia has all the attributes buyers want from a car like this, such as elegance, robustness and an impressive interior.
OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our Alfa Romeo Giulia review.