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At this point, we all know that the Giulia Quadrifoglio is going to cost a hefty £59,000 and now we have the prices for the other Giulia trims too.

Most people will not go for the range topping Giulia QV so there’s only four other trim levels we can choose from; base Giulia, Super, Tecnica, and Speciale. Those of you in the UK will get to choose from three engine options if you don’t include the QV’s 503hp all-aluminum, 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6. There’s a 197hp turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engine and two 2.2-litre diesel units in different states of tune, one produces 148hp and 280lb ft while the other pushes out 178hp and 332lb ft of torque.

No matter the engine, they are all paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and the diesel engines will have an optional six-speed manual gearbox. They’ll also come in a rear-wheel drive configuration as standard but, all-wheel drive will be available with some trims.

Base petrol model will start at £29,180 and it’ll get a few standard features including an 6.5” infotainment system, DAB, MP3 and bluetooth connectivity, 8-speaker audio system, rear parking sensors and cruise control. Active safety systems like forward collision warning, autonomous emergency brake with pedestrian recognition, integrated brake system, and lane departure warning are also included. Some

For a bit more (£30,880) you can get the Giulia in Super trim which comes with 17in alloys, twin exhaust pipes and part-leather seats, 8.8in infotainment screen and two-tone interior trim. From there, the highest performance trim (not including the QV) is the Speciale which will sell for £34,150 and it’ll come with additional bi-xenon headlights, heated front seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, 18in alloys and sports front and rear bumpers.

Here’s the full list of trims and their prices from CarScoops. Which one will you go for?


 

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Q4 = FCA's all-wheel drive. Maserati is already deploying the system on the Ghibli and Quattroporte.
Who knows??? Of course the Quadrifoglio's main competition (C63 and M3) are RWD only. Only the (and at least 2-years away) B9 RS4 from Audi would be AWD.
 

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Who wants to guess that over the years they will increase the price up quite a bit?

I notice a lot of car makers do that and around year 4-5 price is already $2-3k more than in the first model year, sometimes more.
 
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