A recent review of Alfa Romeo Giulietta by a popular Australian style blog coined the Giulietta "fashion on four wheels". The review was from a feminine perspective and focused on the fashionable looks of the car and not the technical specs most men focus on, illustrating what we already know, men and women make purchases based on different things. Women tend to base the car-buying decision on style, safety and environmental concerns; men tend to focus on the power, performance and speed of a vehicle.
The Alfa Romeo MiTo isn't geared to men, but it's definitely gotten a following from a specific demographic: Gadget guys. You know the type. They have the latest mobile phone and love anything high-tech, which is why they love the Alfa Romeo MiTo. Here are the top five gadgety features of the MiTo.
Is it time for a holiday? You don't have to go abroad to enjoy it. Just pack up the Alfa and get on the road for your "staycation." Whether you're taking a romantic holiday for two in your MiTo or a family road trip in the Giulietta, you'll love the comforts of your Alfa Romeo in NSW.
Your DNA is what defines who you are. Passed down from your mum and dad, your characteristics are influenced by that genetic blueprint. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta has DNA passed through several generations of Alfa Romeo models as well. But Alfa DNA is all about making it your own and stepping outside the lines. In fact that individualistic DNA is what regularly ranks the Alfa Romeo Giulietta review above any car in its class - for its ability to adapt to your mood and driving needs.
The sexy commercial you saw might have motivated you to stop at an Alfa Romeo dealer, but deciding to buy an Alfa in AU is going to take more convincing. Sure the romantic notions and dreams of Italian lovers are great, but the practical side of you is bound to come out before you purchase an Alfa.
The current family of Alfa Romeo sports cars have a superior racing pedigree. They follow a long line of legendary race car winners from historic races including Le Mans in 1931, the French Grand Prix in 1951, up to recent years. Those race car designs inspired the cars of today including the MiTo, Giulietta and the newest model, the 4C. Which one fits your style?