As much as we love the Quadrifoglio high-performance version of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia, the car is almost $80K optioned out, and that's a lot of coin. The standard Giulia is still a great car with plenty of grunt, so it's worth a look if you want a sporty sedan that's not German or Japanese. Pricing is more than competitive for the set, and the same level of aesthetic appeal and interior comfort come with the less pricey model.

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Here's how we'd configure the more affordable version of the Giulia if we were in the market for one.

  • Ti with All-Wheel Drive ($41,995 base MSRP)
  • 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine with 280 horsepower and an 8-speed automatic transmission (standard)
  • Montecarlo Blue Metallic Exterior Paint ($600)
  • Ti 19-Inch Sport Package: 19-Inch X 8-Inch Dark 5-Hole Aluminum Wheels with Gloss Yellow Calipers with Black Script, 225/40R19 All Season Performance Tires, Aluminum Steering Column Mounted Paddle Shifters, Bright Aluminum Pedals, Custom Painted Brake Calipers, Gloss Black Window Surround Moldings, Sport  Front & Rear Fascias. Sport Leather Seats, Manual Adjustable Thigh Support, Sport Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
  • Driver Assistance Dynamic Package: Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop, Automatic High Beam Headlamp Control, Forward Collision Warning with Pedestrian Detection, Infrared Windshield, Lane Departure Warning ($1,500)
  • Driver Assistance Static Package: Auto-Dimming Exterior Mirrors,
    Blind Spot and Cross Path Detection ($650)
  • Ti Performance Package: Active Suspension, Mechanical Limited Slip Differential ($1,200)
  • Selected Options: Engine block heater ($150), Harman Kardon Premium Audio System ($900)
  • Price as configured: $49,090 (incl. $995 Destination Charge)

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