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Alfa Romeo Giulietta
The Top Gear car review:Alfa Romeo Giulietta
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
Initially it is hard not to be impressed by the improvements in perceived quality that Alfa has made for the Giulietta. It looks like a properly premium hatch at a glance, while maintaining that tactile, charismatic Alfa individuality that rivals such as the Renault Megane have lost by going all Germanic.
Previously, the detailing let it down. Such as, not being able to have a proper sat nav/infotainment system. All cured here, and the snazzy touchscreen setup is one of the best out there. Quality has been lifted too, although most rivals remain far from worried (and even maybe puzzled at how Alfa’s able to make parts of it feel like they have come straight from the 1990s) It’s also worth mentioning that the Giulietta only comes as a five-door, but the rear two have hidden handles, so you get practicality and looks in the one package here.