The Alfa Romeo Giulia QV Will Cost $10,000 More Than The BMW M3

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And it's more expensive than the AMG C63 S.

Alfa Romeo just released pricing for its long-awaited sedan, the Giulia. We knew almost everything about the Italian four-door-we'll be driving the Quadrifoglio (QV) in a few weeks and will shortly be able to tell you how it performs-save for what it would cost. Well, now we know. The cheapest Giulia will check in at $38,990 (all prices here include destination charges). The most expensive model, the QV, will sell for $73,595. In between those two trims is the Giulia Ti which has a price tag of $40,990.

Both the base Giulia and the Ti are powered by the same 2.0-liter direct-injection turbo-four making 280 horsepower and 306 lb-ft of torque. The only transmission on offer for the entire Giulia lineup in the US is an eight-speed automatic. The QV is powered by a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 spitting out 505 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. All-wheel drive is available on both the base model and the Ti for an extra $2,000. The QV doesn't offer AWD because rear-wheel drive is super fun and all that. If you choose the base Giulia you get a car with some pretty nice standard features, including leather seats, 10-way power front seats with four-way lumbar support, a 7-inch color TFT display and remote start.

Should you want to make the base model look cooler there's the Sport Exterior Package for $1,250 that Alfa says adds "unique front and rear fascias, 18-inch aluminum sport wheels, gloss black window trim surround and colored brake calipers." The base Giulia compares pretty well to its comparably priced German competitors. A base BMW 3 Series is cheaper by about $4,000 but down 100 horsepower. The cheapest Mercedes C-Class costs a grand more and its engine is down on power when compared to the Giulia's 2.0-liter turbo-four. As for the Audi A4, well all we'll say is have fun with your front-wheel drive at this price point. As for the Giulia Ti, well we hadn't heard much about it until Alfa Romeo announced its pricing.

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The middle child is more or less a luxed-up version of the base model. Standard features include 18-inch wheels, an 8.8-inch touch infotainment screen, heated steering wheel and heated front seats. There are two optional packages, Ti Sport and Ti Lusso, both of which cost $2,250. The sport package includes new front and rear fascias, 19-inch dark five-hole aluminum wheels, aluminum column-mounted paddle shifters, colored brake calipers, 14-way power adjustable sport leather seats and more. The Sport package also includes a mechanical limited-slip and adaptive performance suspension. The Lusso package focuses not on performance but luxury, with the dash wrapped in leather, real wood trim, a "luxury" steering wheel and more.

We won't go into great detail about the QV because we've been talking about it for what feels like a year now. That being said we need to talk about its price. At $73,995 it's more expensive than an M3 (by almost $10,000) and the AMG C63 S (by a hair). Again, the Alfa is more powerful than both models but the M3 is a known commodity for almost $10k cheaper and the Mercedes packs a twin-turbo V8, also for cheaper. Alfa is gambling a bit with the pricing of its range-topping QV. We'll let you know if that's a smart bet in a few weeks after we learn what the Giulia QV is all about.

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