Alfa Romeo


Alfa Romeo is an Italian car manufacturer.  Founded on June 24, 1910 in Milan, the company has been involved in car racing since 1911, and has a reputation for building expensive sports cars. The company was owned by the Italian state between 1932 and 1986 then became part of the Fiat Group.

Alfa have always made interesting looking and performing cars, traditionally targeting the driver and not the passengers, cars that feel like they go a lot faster than the performance figures suggest. Alfa cars have suffered historically from reliability issues but this in in the past, the present group of cars are well built and are a gorgeous bunch. As a Mobility car choice Alfa make an interesting option, the poor resale values are not a concern so worth considering.  The cars available on the Mobility scheme are:


Alfa Romeo Mito

The Mito has been removed from the Scheme (From April 1st 2019) as Alfa are withdrawing it from their range.





Alfa Romeo Giulietta

The Giulietta is a five door medium sized car, hidden rear door handles enhance the sporty design, it just looks fantastic and has a 5 star NCAP safety award too. The Giulietta came runner up in the 2011 European car of the year and has recently been updated for 2014.

Prices Start from Price reduced from previous quarter price£295 for the 1.4 petrol.



Alfa Romeo Giulia

The Giulia only comes as an 8 speed automatic paired to a 178bhp 2.2 litre diesel or a 2.0 litre petrol with 197 bhp, 0-62 for the diesel is 7.1 seconds and 6.6 seconds for the petrol, economy for the diesel is a claimed 67.3 miles per gallon and 47.1 mpg for the petrol.
Priced from £3750 Advance Payment for both engines