The last (and probably most critical) piece of the hot new Alfa Romeo Giulia is now known: it’s price. Today Fiat-Chrysler announced a starting price of $38,990 for the Giulia in base form, while the 505 horsepower Giulia Quadrifoglio will start at $72,995 (both prices include destination).
“The all-new Giulia is the result of our 105 years of passion for Italian style, craftsmanship and performance,” said Reid Bigland, Head of Alfa Romeo. “Crafted in Italy, the Giulia lineup sets an entirely new benchmark for the segment as the world’s fastest four-door production sedan, featuring class-leading engines, an all-new exclusive architecture, stunning design and state-of-the art technology, available starting from $37,995 MSRP.”
All three trim levels of the Giulia offer bi-xenon headlights, power leather seats and more as standard fare. Giulia and Giulia Ti are both powered by FCA’s new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 280 horsepower and 306 pound-feet of torque flowing through an eight-speed automatic transmission. Buyers of either the base car or the Ti can opt for all-wheel drive as a $2,000 option.
Giulia Ti adds a larger 8.8-inch infotainment display, 18-inch wheels, real wood trim and a few other luxuries for a starting price of $40,990 after destination charge. Ti buyers can also check boxes for various option packages, such as the luxurious Lusso package.
Buyers wanting the hottest of Giulias will opt for the Quadrifoglio version. The twin-turbo V-6 monster essentially comes standard with everything, so just pick your color on this one.