Alfa Romeo fans looking for a new model with the 172 plate can choose from a suite of exciting offers on the MiTo, Giulietta and the newly-launched Giulia.
There are special upgrade offers and low rate finance options across the range, giving customers exceptional equipment, added style and superb value for money, Alfa Romeo says.
The award-winning Giulia saloon, launched earlier this year, is priced from €39,995 with finance from €436 per month.
The Giulia comes with a 2.9 per cent APR finance offer which includes the newest edition to the range, the evocative Giulia Veloce (2.0l Turbo 280hp RWD), the first of which are expected to arrive in July.
There are savings of more than €4,900 available with the exclusive Giulia ‘Super Sport’ and ‘Super Lux’ upgrade offers, meaning buyers can enjoy the additional specification of the ‘Super Sport’ tri. These include 18-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, Bi-Xenon headlights, tinted windows, painted brake calipers and steering column mounted gear shift paddles.
Additional specification with the ‘Super Lux’ trim includes 18-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, Bi-Xenon headlights, adaptive cruise control, a rear view camera and power folding exterior mirrors. Both trims start from €42,166.
Meanwhile, the MiTo and Giulietta ranges come with 3.9 per cent APR finance across the board. The MiTo range starts at just €18,295 with finance from €209 per month.
Buyers can upgrade to the ‘Super Sport’ trim on the MiTo which starts from €21,266. This gives a saving of more than €2,750, with specification including sports leather upholstery, heated front seats, dual zone air conditioning, tinted windows and red painted brake calipers.
The Giulietta range starts from €21,950 with finance from €249 per month. It too has an upgrade offer with the ‘Super Sport’ trim starting from €25,321, meaning buyers can benefit from enhanced specification. That includes 17-inch alloy wheels, tinted windows, sports pedals, fabric and Alcantara sports seats, side skirts and a sporty rear bumper with sports exhaust.
Paul Hunt, Managing Director, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ireland DAC, said, “coming hot on the heels of the recently launched Giulia saloon, the new Alfa Romeo Stelvio will be the marque’s first SUV”.
Built on the same Giorgio platform as the Giulia, which will also underpin a mass of future Alfas and Maserati’s, its mission is for an SUV to evoke the same emotions as a true performance car. The Stelvio will be available in both petrol and diesel engines with both rear wheel drive and Q4 all-wheel drive systems. All engines will be matched to the impressive 8 speed ZF® automatic transmission.
Irish pricing and specification will be announced in Autumn 2017, with the first models arriving around October.
All special offers are valid for registrations up until July 31st 2017. For more information, visit www.alfaromeo.ie