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Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.4 Turbo Petrol MultiAir (170 PS) specs

Car type Compact
Curb weight 1290 kg (2844 lbs)
Power / weight 132 ps (130 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 178 Nm (132 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2010
Origin country Italy
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Performance

Top speed 218 kph (135 mph)
0 - 100 kph 7.8 s
1/4 mile 16.1 s

Powertrain

Engine type TurboCharged Inline-4
Displacement 1.4 l (83 ci / 1368 cc)
Power 170 ps (168 bhp / 125 kw) @ 5500 rpm
Torque 230 Nm (170 lb-ft) @ 2250 rpm
Power / liter 124 ps (123 hp)
Transmission 6-Speed Manual
Layout front engine, front wheel drive

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SUPER9MAN9  9y ago

This looks WAAY better than the smaller MiTo!


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Luque  9y ago

Ordered. Red Alfa, 17 inch Rim


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rxbkrs  9y ago

IMPRESSIVE 0-160 time! :D


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Anonymous  10y ago

hi guys..this is the 5 star crash test of alfa romeo giulieta http://www.auto-news.it/Video/Crash-test-Alfa-Romeo-Giulietta-120988/
i think it doesnt deserve the 5 stars


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the race  10y ago

sorry for those links..they aint working...but go to wikipedia and see...this car o-100 kmh does for 7,8 sec and the quadrifoglio verde version 235 ps 6,8 sec




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Jg  10y ago

Jew/lee/et/tah is the correct

I like the back, prefer to mito would like to see 0-60mph


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Anonymous  10y ago

i think its solid


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Mr.Turbo  10y ago

i didnt like from back
... id rather take the Mito


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Anonymous  11y ago

aRE aLFA'S RETURNING TO rwd?


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M Power  11y ago

I think is

Jew-Lee-Eh-Ta


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Anonymous  11y ago

Whats da Correct Pronounciation?

Jew-Lee-Et-Ah
Or
Goo-Lee-Yay-Ta
Or?


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LJUTICA  11y ago

Legendary name indeed,but what we need and I bet Alfa Romeo does too is a new Alfasud-to turn the hot-hatch world by the storm.


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Anonymous  11y ago

Did you know
The fact that the registration plate reads 'Giulietta' is a Photofix change. The Giulietta was originally going to be called Milano but it was changed when the decision of where the car should be built was changed from Milan to Turin. Plus, Giulietta is a much more sexy name than Milano, the American export name for the Alfa Romeo 75.


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Anonymous  11y ago

It does look incredibly good, but whats its drivetrain?


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A156  11y ago

Beauty... I guess my next car!!!


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BumRush  11y ago

This Looks Really Good. Ide Love To Have One.