2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia Trim Levels
There are plenty of options to choose from with the 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia. There are seven trims –Giulia, Giulia Sport, Giulia Ti, Giulia Ti Lusso, Giulia Ti Sport, Giulia Ti Sport Carbon, and Quadrifoglio– to choose from with 12 color options. On top of those options, drivers also have to the ability to either have front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. We would like to make choosing between options easier, so we put all the trim options in one convenient spot. Keep reading to learn about three of the optional trims and what comes standard to each.
Starting with the base model, the Giulia starts an MPR-estimated $38,590. There is an EPA-estimated 33 highway miles and 24 city miles to the gallon. Dual Zone control is a feature great for those who have passengers who can never agree on temperature. There are options for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Ambient lighting is standard to help set the mood for your trip.
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The Ti model has more comfort in mind. It comes with heated front seats and an occupant classification system. There also is an 8.8-inch widescreen color display compared to the 6.5 information display features in the earlier trims.
The Quadrifoglio is all about having quality and luxury incorporated in this trim. There is the Harman Kardon Premium Audio System to jam out through. The interior has genuine carbon fiber throughout the trim, along with a Quadrifoglio leather steering wheel. A navigation screen also comes standard to the Quadrifoglio trim. The exterior has a Quadrifoglio grille and carbon fiber implemented throughout the body.
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Now that you have an idea of what to expect from each trim, come check out the 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia. Contact us if you have any questions or to schedule a test drive.
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