Alfa Romeo Giulia 2018 front left cornering shot

Alfa Romeo Giulia review

Passenger & boot space
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Alfa Romeo Giulia isn’t the easiest of executive saloons to get into, due to its fairly low roofline and low-set seats. But once you’re in, it caters for larger adults fairly well in both the front and the back.

The front seats are quite wide, adjustable and comfortable, even if they could use a little more under-thigh support. Both shoulder room and elbow room are also good. There’s an assortment of cubbyholes for stowing your odds and ends, too, including a sizeable space underneath the centre armrest.

In the back, there’s a competitive amount of head and leg room for the class – more than you'll find in a Volvo S60 but less than there is in a BMW 3 Series.

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The Giulia's boot isn't too far behind key rivals, such as the 3 Series and S60, for outright load capacity. However, ultimately it's slightly smaller; we managed to fit six carry-on suitcases inside, compared with seven in the aforementioned rivals.

Meanwhile, split-folding (40/20/40) rear seats are optional on entry-level Super trim, but they’re standard-fit from Nero Edizione trim and above. 


Alfa Romeo Giulia rear seat
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