Every Alfa Romeo has charm. What’s more, they provide welcome difference where too many rivals are ‘me too’ cars. But until of late, they’ve not always been good cars.
First the Mito, and now the Giulietta signal that the make’s found winning ways. The individuality’s still there, though. From the moment you lay eyes on Alfa’s newest, you know that it could be no other make. From the offset front reg plate to that big heart-shaped grille to those sleepy-bug head lamps, it’s all there.