Alfa Romeo Giulietta Oil Type
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta
- Manufacturer: Alfa Romeo
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 30 different trims for the Alfa Romeo Giulietta and their corresponding recommended oil type.
The years available stretch from 2010 through to 2023 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.
One the most iconic models from the Italian carmaker, the Giulietta, began its life all the way back in 1954. From there it has been on and off the market sporadically.
The third and latest generation, the Type 940, was reintroduced in 2010. The third-generation model came as the successor to the Alfa Romeo 147.
This modern version of the model then remained on the market for a decade, until Alfa announced that it would once again be retired in 2020.
While there was only a single generation during this decade, it was updated in both 2014 and 2016.
Alfa offered the model in five trim levels. These consist of the base version, Super, Tecnica, Speciale, and finally the Veloce. There was also a QV version, but this was replaced with the introduction of the Veloce in 2016.
Similar to Audi’s S3 and other high-performance variants, Alfa released the Quadrifoglio Verde in 2010.
These different trim levels were fitted with a variety of petrol and diesel engines. Petrol offerings ranged from a 1.4 L inline-4 to a 1.8 L inline-4. Diesel choices were either a 1.6 L inline-4 or a 2.0 L inline-4. All of these were turbocharged.
Customers were given the choice of either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed dual dry clutch transmission, depending on the trim selection.
The Giulietta was released to compete with other luxury models in the small family car segment. The most notable of these include the Audi A3, BMW 1 Series, and the seventh-generation of the Volkswagen Golf.
Given the model’s history, it is entirely possible for the Giulietta to make a return in the future. However, it will likely be in the form of an EV.