Alfa Romeo Giulietta Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
4 / 5
If you need a family hatchback but dream of owning an Italian sports car, the Alfa Romeo Giulietta evokes some passionate feelings and still has five seats and reasonable running costs.
3.5 / 5
No question, the Giulietta is a better class of Alfa, and vastly more convincing than the Mito. Its competitiveness stems from the excellence of a platform that delivers on chassis dynamics, packaging, safety and also refinement (road noise apart).
3.5 / 5
A rough diamond that uses its charm and good looks to win you over – that's the best way of describing Alfa Romeo's Giulietta QV. The hot Alfa hatch is certainly well equipped, while the aural performance of that heavily promoted turbo engine is unashamedly designed to win over your heart.
3.4 / 5
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta might have some interior design issues, but its style and character are just enough to make up for them.
3 / 5
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is one of the prettiest hatchbacks around. It’s fun to drive too but quality and practicality issues let it down.
3 / 5
This car, a stylish hatchback replacing the 147, is entirely predictable. Looks-wise, it has the trademark upside-down triangular grille and the sculpted bonnet of the Mito and the 8C Competizione – it’s the new Alfa face.
6 / 10
Everyone should own an Alfa at some point in their lives. This one's a good place to start
5 / 10
The stylish looks of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta are sure to seduce, and it makes plenty of financial sense as both a private buy and a company car. However, numerous rivals are more comfortable, better to drive and classier inside.
2 / 5
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is a stylish alternative to the class leaders, but it falls short in too many other areas.