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Performance

All of the Giuliettas wide range of engines are turbocharged and even at the lowest power deliver a decent performance. The range of petrols runs from the 1.4-litre with either 118bhp or 168bhp, or a 231bhp 1.7-litre which turns in a superb hot hatch performance. For diesel fans there is a 103bhp 1.6-litre and a 2.0-litre with either 138bhp or 168bhp. The Giulietta incorporates a D.N.A switch which alters the throttle response and steering weight between dynamic, normal and all-weather driving modes improving handling. Book a test drive through Askaprice.com and find out for yourself.

Running Costs

The Giulietta manages to balance performance and efficiency very well in every engine class. The best economy is gained by the 2.0-litre diesel which returns 67.3mpg and boasts emissions figures of 110g/km while the 1.6-litre 105bhp diesel also returns an impressive 64.2mpg. The stop-start systems on the turbocharged petrol units deliver good efficiency also. The 170bhp 1.4-litre petrol returns 44.1mpg.

Equipment

With five trim levels to chose from there is a Giulietta model to suit every driver. The entry level Turismo comes with D.N.A switch, hill hold assist, electronic differential to aid traction, trip computer and LED daytime running lights. The next level up is the Lusso which adds rear parking sensors, fog lights, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity and steering wheel-mounted controls. With the range-topping Veloce and Sportiva there is sports suspension, along with a host of cosmetic upgrades. Order a brochure through Askaprice.com to find out the full specification details.