All Giulietta models come with decent standard kit. Entry-level models (badged Giulietta) are at least on a par with most rivals and come with air conditioning, 16in alloy wheels, DAB radio, four electric windows and Bluetooth. It’s not too much of a price jump to Super and we think it’s worth it, because this adds things that many buyers will expect, such as dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, cruise control and a height-adjustable passenger’s seat.
Tecnica trim is mainly for business buyers. It’s got everything that lesser models have, plus metallic paint, privacy glass, auto lights and wipers and power-folding door mirrors. What’s more, you get the 6.5in infotainment that includes sat-nav, but bear in mind that if you’re a private buyer finance options are limited.
There are two sporty versions. Speciale versions come with 18in alloys, part-Alcantara trim, front and rear parking sensors, as well as sporty interior and exterior detailing. The flagship Veloce model comes with the most powerful engine, plus lowered sports suspension and twin exhaust tailpipes to match.