ALFA ROMEO GIULIA 2020
The Alfa Giulia: great to drive, not so great to sit in. Minimal cabin storage, rough-edged plastic and infotainment from another era are big problems when your German rivals have honed their interiors to show-home quality.
The mildly updated 2020 car benefits from marginal gains – a more modern layout to the now touch-sensitive infotainment screen, plus two (two!) cupholders and a space for a wireless phone charger.
Level 2 autonomy (lane-keep, adaptive cruise, blind spot monitor and tra c sign recognition) brings its driver-assist tech in line with rivals. There’s still no LED headlight option, and won’t be on this generation of Giulia.
All of this means you’ll be less distracted while you enjoy the Italian saloon’s agile handling and divine steering.
Alfa hasn’t provided many new reasons to buy a Giulia but it’s eliminated some of the old reasons to avoid it