• 2012 Alfa Romeo Giulietta for Maserati Edition

Courtesy cars are nothing new in the auto industry. Collaborations between two companies have gone on for sometime now in an effort to entice the company’s respective clients in the industry. If you recall, Ferrari once went this route, releasing a limited edition model of the Fiat 500 as a courtesy model for its clients. Now, a couple of other models under the Fiat umbrella will be giving birth to another one of these models in the form of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta for Maserati Edition.

The car will be limited to only 100 units and will be distinguished with a number of styling cues befitting its association with the upper-echelon Maserati. Among these features include a new set of 18" allow wheels with enhanced diamond tooling and a larger set of red caliper brakes. Meanwhile, the interior of the Giulietta for Maserati Edition has been dressed in a “Maserati Brown” Venere leather upholstery with brushed aluminum inserts. There’s also an “Alfa Romeo for Maserati” plaque on the dashboard, to go with aluminum door sill plates with the names “Giulietta” and “Maserati” engraved on each side.

In terms of performance, the Giulietta for Maserati Edition will be powered by the top-of-the-line, 1.8-liter four-cylinder turbocharged Quadrifoglio Verde engine that produces an impressive 235 horsepower.

  • 2012 Alfa Romeo Giulietta for Maserati Edition
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    Quadrifoglio Verde engine
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    1800 L
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  (300) posted on 02.24.2012

For me whether what car manufacturer made the best version of cars, the most important is that they built a good competition and received support from their loyal and new customers. Since, it’s hard to judge what’s the real score of who’s reigning over the auto industry lets us all enjoy what they continuously offering to us.

  (526) posted on 12.14.2011

I just only love the fact that it has an impressive technology but when it comes into interior touch, I must say that it’s not looked good on it. Moreover, I think that they should enhance more its engine.

  (466) posted on 12.12.2011

285 horsepower is not so impressive for this Giulietta SUV. I think they should really boost it more. Anyway, I would admit that its exterior appearance truly caught my attention; it looks very lovely on its style and detailing.

  (419) posted on 12.7.2011

Alfa Romeo should really focused first on how to boost their engine than on the exterior appearance on their vehicles. Anyway, Maserati is truly great on remodeling a vehicle and I have to agree that it looks more attractive than on the other Giulietta.

  (368) posted on 12.6.2011

This Maserati edition looks better than with their previous Giulietta but too bad the engine output is still the same with their other vehicle, which is so weak. Alfa Romeo really needs to give an extra time on boosting the engine of their cars.

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