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Alfa Romeo Ranges

Most popular Alfa Romeo reviews

  • Alfa Romeo Giulia (2016 onwards) Review

    Italian flair for the company car park, now with decent finance

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £29,880 - £61,625
    PROS
    • Looks stunning
    • Efficient diesel engines
    • Excellent ride and handling
    • Scorching hot Quadrifoglio model
    CONS
    • Cabin materials lack rivals’ quality
    • Multimedia system not the best
    • No all-wheel drive variants
    • Automatic gearbox only
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  • Alfa Romeo Giulietta (2010 onwards) Review

    Stylish entrance in the medium sector for non-conformists

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £19,720 - £29,965
    PROS
    • Lively 1.4 engine
    • Unique looks
    • Plenty of grip
    • 1.6-litre’s fuel economy
    CONS
    • Busy ride
    • Noisy running gear
    • Poor visibility
    • Weak residuals
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  • Alfa Romeo Mito (2009 onwards) Review

    Stylish small premium car that’s ageing gracefully

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £13,845 - £21,385
    PROS
    • Distinctive exterior styling
    • Strong performance from most engines
    • Turbocharged petrols a highlight
    • Space for four adult passengers
    CONS
    • Firm ride on most models
    • Interior plastics are hard
    • Diesels sap the fun out of it
    • High boot sill
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Alfa Romeo is one of the oldest car manuafacturers still in business, dating back to 1911, when it was A.L.F.A. (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili). It became known by its modern name in 1915 following the takeover of the company by Nicola Romeo. In the pre-war era, it became legendary for its top flight racing cars, and hugely expensive touring cars.

But following WWII, it moved into the mass market, offering saloons known for being well-engineered, powered by state-of-the-art engines, and set up for keen drivers. There have been many great cars made by Alfa Romeo, with too many highlights to mention here. The most famous cars were the Giulia and Giulietta of the 1950s and '60s, although the Alfasud remains a dynamic masterpiece even by today's standards. Today's range is aimed at the enthusiast end of the market - even the entry-level Mito hatchback.

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