Alfa Romeo Giulia vs the Competition

The Alfa Romeo Giulia vs...

When it comes to understanding what drivers want from their sedans, Alfa Romeo and Honda have their finger on the pulse. Alfa Romeo has discovered the recipe for a new class of luxury you might have noticed in Wilkes Barre; The Giulia mixes high-quality performance with an interior plush and packed with fun features. If you’re looking to show off in your Kingston neighborhood, consider the Alfa Romeo Giulia-it might just be the perfect fit.

the BMW 3 Series

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While the BMW 3 Series may be graced with a BMW roundel on its front hood, boasting the colors of Bavaria, the Alfa Romeo bears a logo sporting both the symbol of Milan and the Visconti family crest. The Visconti family ruled Milan in the time of the Crusades. Yeah - you can have that kind of rich Italian heritage under food and hand when you pilot an Alfa Romeo Giulia down the streets of Kingston.

History lessons aside, you'll say "see you later" to the 3 Series off the straight line, thanks to a standard 280 horsepower - 100 more than the base 320i offers. What's more, this Alfa Romeo model can be equipped with as much as 505 horsepower, with its largest engine option having been derived by Ferrari. Plus, the Giulia rivals - many would say bests- the handling of the 3 Series.

Giulia Safety Features

The Giulia offers several standard safety features including rear parking sensors, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and a backup camera that makes going backwards almost as intuitive as driving forwards. Though the 3 Series also offers a backup camera, any additional driver assistance features you want are optional.

Technology and Multimedia Features

The Alfa Romeo Giulia is equipped with some of the most modern infotainment tech around. A 6.5-inch touchscreen system comes standard, though a larger 8.8-inch system is also available. The BMW 3 Series comes with a standard iDrive infotainment system, though opting for a touchscreen system will cost extra. Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone integration is available in either the Giulia or the 3 Series.

the Acura TLX

  • While both models can seat up to five passengers, the Alfa Romeo model provides a cozier ride in both the front and back seats
  • The Alfa Romeo Giulia provides more total interior passenger volume than the Acura to make for a more comfortable ride when every seat is filled
  • Underneath the hood, Acura equips a 2.4-liter engine while Alfa Romeo puts in a 2.0-liter intercooled, turbocharged powertrain
  • The Alfa Romeo Giulia outputs more horsepower and torque than the Acura TLX
  • Both models offer all-wheel drive packages, but Acura only pairs theirs with a V6 engine while Alfa Romeo provides them on all models in their lineup
  • Both models offer similar fuel economies, with the Giulia squeaking out one more mile per gallon while driving in the city
  • On the baseline models, the Alfa Romeo Giulia surrounds you with eight speakers to enjoy your favorite music while the Acura TLX only comes equipped with seven speakers
  • The Giulia Quadrifoglio offers a Harmon Kardon® premium audio system while you need an Advanced package option to get the ELS Studio® premium audio system in the Acura TLX
  • While the Alfa Romeo Giulia checks in with a higher price tag, you get more standard features than you would with the Acura TLX

the Honda Accord

  • Both models offer an intercooled, turbocharged engine- a 2.0-liter on the Giulia and a 1.5-liter engine for the Accord
  • The Alfa Romeo Giulia offers options for both front-wheel and all-wheel drive while the Honda Accord only comes with a standard front-wheel package
  • The Alfa Romeo sedan puts out more horsepower and torque than the Honda model
  • The Honda Accord has options for continuously variable automatic, six-speed manual and ten-speed automatic transmissions while the Alfa Romeo Giulia comes standard with an eight-speed automatic transmission
  • Both models offer comparable interior passenger space so both rides will feel cozy for anyone riding with you
  • If you’re looking to make those shopping trips easier, you’ll get more cargo capacity in the Honda Accord, but the difference is small between the two models
  • Both the Honda and Alfa Romeo SUV offer a packed interior that includes amenities like a push-button start and dual-zone automatic climate control system
  • The Alfa Romeo Giulia comes standard with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration, a feature only available at higher trim levels in the Honda Accord
  • With leather seats available on all trim levels in the Alfa Romeo model, you’ll get a much more luxurious ride than offered in the Honda sedan

Contact Us Today!

Are you interested in finding out more about the amazing Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan? Whether it's the top-of-line Giulia Quadrifoglio, the mid-level Giulia Ti, or the entry-level Giulia that appeals most to you, our sales team is happy talk more with you about the marvels of this luxury vehicle.

Ready to take the Giulia out for a test-drive around Mountain Top, PA? Let us know when you give us a call at (855)KPALFA1. That's (855) 572-5321. You may also contact us online. Either way, we look forward to helping you find your ideal Alfa Romeo at your earliest convenience.


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