2017 Alfa Rome Giulia – How Much Does The Most Expensive Version Cost?


Alfa Romeo decided to invest money into advertising its Giulia, and we could see three commercials for the new model during Super Bowl. Now, the Italian brand has created an online configurator which allows the US residents to assemble their Giulia according to their own liking. The stock model costs $38,990 but if you decide to add every possible option the price of the Quadrifoglio will increase to $87,670!

The Quadrifoglio is the range-topping variant, and its main rivals are BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63. Alfa Romeo is equipped with a 2.9-liter biturbo V6 engine that produces 505 hp, and it can go from a standstill to 60 mph in just 3.8 seconds. The V6 powerplant is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, which is the only one offered.


The starting price of the Qadrifoglio is $73,595, so let’s start adding features to reach the $87,670 price tag. First of all, there are color options, and Alfa Romeo offers seven shades, and for the six of those seven, you need to pay some amount of money. Most of those options cost $600, but you can have the Rosso Competizione Tri-Coat and Trofeo White Tri-Coat for $2,200.

Moreover, the buyers can opt for 19-inch wheels in three available designs, and this styling upgrade costs $500. One can choose between a black version of the standard split-spoke style or a phone dial look which comes with either bright or dark color. With the $5,500 Brembo brakes, you would put the performance of this car to the new, higher level and these brakes are the most expensive option Alfa Romeo offers.

In the cabin, you can add the $2,750 Sparco seats that are made of carbon fiber, and you can pick a different color of those seats – green, white, red or dark gray stitching. Furthermore, carbon fiber steering wheel can replace your standard one for only $400. If you like listening to music, the perfect choice to upgrade your Quadrifoglio is to install a 14-speaker Harman Kardon sound system which offers tremendous sound quality for $900.


To increase your driving experience, the Driver Assistance Dynamic Package is a good addition since it includes adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with pedestrian detection and lane departure warning. Among other features, you would get automatic high beams, autonomous braking, and an infrared windshield. This package would set you back $1,500. Last but not least, there is a $325 car cover to keep your sedan as clean as possible.

The fully loaded Mercedes-Benz C63 goes over six digits, while the BMW M3 is just above the $90,000 mark, so giving $87,670 for the top of the line Giulia looks like a bargain. Is it worth giving that much money for this magnificent vehicle with every possible feature?