Extremely competitive OTR and P11D pricing makes the Giulietta a compelling offer for business users
Giulietta aimed specifically at the business sector
Alfa Romeo has launched a new derivative of the Giulietta aimed specifically at business drivers but with a host of additional features which are fast becoming essential equipment for user-choosers.
The latest addition to the Giulietta range is offered with a choice of four, tax-friendly, low-CO2 engines: the 1.6-litre JTDM-2 turbo-diesel 105hp (CO2: 104g/km, Combined Economy 70.6 MPG, 2014-2015 BIK Rate 16 percent) and the new 2.0-litre JTDM-2 turbo-diesel 150hp (CO2: 110g/km, Combined Economy 67.3 MPG, BIK Rate 18 percent), both with six-speed manual transmissions, as well as the 1.4 Turbo Petrol 170hp (CO2: 119g/km, Combined Economy 55.4 MPG, BIK Rate 18 percent) and 2.0-litre JTDM-2 turbo-diesel 175hp (CO2: 116g/km, Combined Economy 64.2 MPG, BIK Rate 18 percent), both with Alfa Romeo’s six-speed ALFA TCT twin dry-clutch transmissions.
Not only does the Business Edition offer more than £2,000 worth of additional equipment compared to the Distinctive model, its OTR price is actually lower when both are equipped with comparable engines. This ensures its P11D and BIK numbers are highly competitive, making it a compelling package for business users wishing to add a splash of Italian style to the company car park. The new Alfa Romeo Business is on sale now, priced from £18,990 OTR.
|Alfa Romeo Giulietta Business Edition||OTR||P11D|
|1.6 JTDM-2 105hp 6-sp manual||£18,990.00||£18,935.00|
|2.0 JTDM-2 150hp 6-sp manual||£20,290.00||£20,235.00|
|1.4 TB MultiAir 170hp 6-sp TCT||£20,810.00||£20,755.00|
|2.0 JTDM-2 II 175hp 6-sp TCT||£22,450.00||£22,395.00|
The original Alfa Romeo Giulietta was a milestone car for the brand. It not only made the exotic badge attainable to a much wider audience, it also brought the stunning design, advanced technology and exceptional engineering on which Alfa Romeo built its reputation and racing pedigree. Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint was unveiled to the world for the first time on April 19 1954 at the Turin Motor Show. By the time the show had ended, some 700 orders had been taken.