Alfa Romeo Giulia & Giulietta Service Repair Manuals & Workshop Manuals, Parts Catalog, Wiring Diagrams free download PDF

Alfa Romeo Giulia & Giulietta Service Repair Manuals & Workshop Manuals, Parts Catalog, Wiring Diagrams free download PDF
Alfa Romeo Giulia

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Alfa Romeo Giulia History

The sedan Alfa Romeo Giulia is created on a new rear-wheel-drive platform. The basic versions of the car are equipped with a 2.2-liter turbodiesel (150 or 180 hp). The most powerful Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrofoglio received a petrol turbo engine V6 2.9, developing 510 liters. with., and four-wheel drive. Gearboxes - a six-speed "mechanics" or an eight-speed "automatic". In the list of options there are brakes with carbon-ceramic discs and an active rear differential.

 

the European market sedan is offered at a price of 33 thousand euros (the version of Quadrofoglio costs 80 thousand euros). The car is produced in 2016 at a factory in the Italian city of Cassino.

Alfa Romeo Giulietta History

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Alfa Romeo Giulietta

Giulietta is created as the senior model of Alfa Romeo MiTo and continues the style of Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione. The official premiere took place in 2010 at the 80th International Auto Show in Geneva. The start of sales began in May 2010 and will gradually enter all major European markets. Also, this model is timed to the centenary of the brand Alfa Romeo.

The first appearance of the Giulietta model occurred in 1954 at the Auto Show in Turin, and production lasted from 1954 to 1965. The first to be released coupé cars under the name Giulietta Sprint. In the spring of 1955, Giulietta Berlina sedans went on sale, and in the autumn of the same year Giulietta Spider cabriolets arrived. In 1957, an exclusive version was presented, called Giulietta TI (Turismo Internazionale), with minor cosmetic changes in the exterior of the car. The TI abbreviation is still used by the company for production cars with modified body parts, for example in the Alfa Romeo 159.

 

The next production of Giulietta began in 1977 and lasted until 1985. The model was produced only in the sedan and was more known as the Giulietta Nuova. Over the years of production, the model was repeatedly refined and modified, and the main design ideas and lines were subsequently realized in the Alfa Romeo 75.