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'''Alfa Romeo Giulietta (''Tipo'' 940). 2009 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door saloon. F/F, 1368, 1742 cm³ petrol, 1598, 1956 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC).''' Originally dubbed the Milano, the name for Alfa’s 147 replacement was changed at the eleventh hour to Giulietta, after it was pointed out that the name could be in bad taste after the company’s move of its styling centre away from the city. Production from 2009 though launched in 2010. Happier styling than with smaller [[Alfa Romeo MiTo|MiTo]]. Début of new mid-sized platform. Handling appealed to most Alfisti, with the turbocharged 1·4 MultiAir, developing 170 bhp, the closest in spirit to Alfas of old, but fell short on quality. Facelift in 2016.
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'''Alfa Romeo Giulietta (''Tipo'' 940). 2009–20 (prod. n/a). 5-door saloon. F/F, 1368, 1742 cm³ petrol, 1598, 1956 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC).''' Originally dubbed the Milano, the name for Alfa’s 147 replacement was changed at the eleventh hour to Giulietta, after it was pointed out that the name could be in bad taste after the company’s move of its styling centre away from the city. Production from 2009 though launched in 2010. Happier styling than with smaller [[Alfa Romeo MiTo|MiTo]]. Début of new mid-sized platform. Handling appealed to most Alfisti, with the turbocharged 1·4 MultiAir, developing 170 bhp, the closest in spirit to Alfas of old, but fell short on quality. Facelift in 2016. Produced to 2020 as sales declined, with no immediate successor.
  
  

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Alfa Romeo Giulietta (Tipo 940). 2009–20 (prod. n/a). 5-door saloon. F/F, 1368, 1742 cm³ petrol, 1598, 1956 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC). Originally dubbed the Milano, the name for Alfa’s 147 replacement was changed at the eleventh hour to Giulietta, after it was pointed out that the name could be in bad taste after the company’s move of its styling centre away from the city. Production from 2009 though launched in 2010. Happier styling than with smaller MiTo. Début of new mid-sized platform. Handling appealed to most Alfisti, with the turbocharged 1·4 MultiAir, developing 170 bhp, the closest in spirit to Alfas of old, but fell short on quality. Facelift in 2016. Produced to 2020 as sales declined, with no immediate successor.


Manufacturing location: Cassino, Frosinone, Italy

Marque: Alfa Romeo | Model: Alfa Romeo Giulietta | Predecessor: Alfa Romeo 147


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