Alfa Romeo Giulia 2.0 TB 280 Veloce Personal 24 Month Contract Hire. £275.00 per month x 23 inc. VAT, 8,000 annual mileage, £2,475.00 Initial Payment.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia 2.0 TB 280 Veloce Personal 24 Month Contract Hire. £275.00 per month x 23 inc. VAT, 8,000 annual mileage, £2,475.00 Initial Payment.

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Found 24th Nov
By now I don't need to tell you that the new Alfa Romeo Giulia has won numerous car of the year awards and beats the German competition hands down in most head to head reviews. I also don't need to tell you that Alfa was rated the most reliable European car brand (and 5th worldwide) by What Car? a few weeks ago.

I've just placed an order for one with all the bells and whistles on PCP otherwise I would have probably jumped at this.

£275.00 per month x 23 inc. VAT, 8,000 annual mileage, £2,475.00 Initial Payment.

So, if being approached by strangers at petrol stations who want to tell you how beautiful your car is rings your bell then this is for you. If you want to merge into the crowd then stick with your ubiquitous German brand.

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BargainBros6 m ago

9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u …9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u work


Or buy a new car with your hard earned cash and watch it depreciate more the 9k.

Loved my Alfa. Hate my Audi, but love my son. Baby forced sale

intime2 m ago

For me it's an easy equation, does costs of Zipcar (car club) + Uber = …For me it's an easy equation, does costs of Zipcar (car club) + Uber = 4.5k a year. Nope.


I can see your point, but for me a car is 75% pleasure, 25% practicality. I spend money that others spend playing golf, watching football, etc., on the car I want.

9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u work
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Seems a bit expensive to me...for that reason, I'm out

Love this car but the 0-60 is way slower than my S3 it looks £mil times better though.

Didn't know drive the deal did leases now. Brilliant news. Should be good competition. Mate do you know the buy price in cash on the site? How I work out lease deals is over two years less than 25% of sale price is good

Hmm deposit is a bit high - approaching Jaguar price.

Good find. Used drive the deal before with no problems.

scottishpunter5 m ago

Hmm deposit is a bit high - approaching Jaguar price.


Jaguar or Alfa........

Loved my Alfa. Hate my Audi, but love my son. Baby forced sale

9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u work

jakethebeagles6 m ago

Jaguar or Alfa........


Depends if you are in a country where it rains - although I am sure even an Alfa can last 24 months.
Edited by: "scottishpunter" 24th Nov

formsm2000comp13 m ago

Didn't know drive the deal did leases now. Brilliant news. Should be good …Didn't know drive the deal did leases now. Brilliant news. Should be good competition. Mate do you know the buy price in cash on the site? How I work out lease deals is over two years less than 25% of sale price is good


It’s good pal, I priced it up before ordering mine.

LOL at the last comment. Two today while getting petrol along with two staring followed by looking right in the windows as I was walking back to my car at outlet shopping centre car park. Near gave them a heartattack opening it Although QV Variant.

scottishpunter4 m ago

Depends if you are in a country where it rains - although I am …Depends if you are in a country where it rains - although I am dure even an Alfa can last 24 months.



N.Ireland, 4 Alfa's over 10 years (really 3 over 9 as current was bought in March), 1 issue found during first service of Intercooler running outside of tolerance levels on my last Giulietta QV.

BargainBros6 m ago

9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u …9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u work


Or buy a new car with your hard earned cash and watch it depreciate more the 9k.

Stunning car, seriously considering one when my current company car deal ends next year

Contract hire is still the only way for sane person to consider an Alfa! On our fleet we have a few they still seem to be going back to the dealers on a regular basis!

Though luckily none have turned out like the 159's which followed there forefathers the 156 in going up in smoke!


Lots of company car people are coming over to Alfa for the first time with this car. You won’t be disappointed. Join a forum first so you can get feedback from actual owners because lots of people who have never owned an Alfa will tell you not to have one! Where are you, if near Nottingham then go and see Variavas, great dealership.

cecilmcroberts10 m ago

N.Ireland, 4 Alfa's over 10 years (really 3 over 9 as current was bought …N.Ireland, 4 Alfa's over 10 years (really 3 over 9 as current was bought in March), 1 issue found during first service of Intercooler running outside of tolerance levels on my last Giulietta QV.


I am only joking - car stereotypes an all - (first car was a 33) - I know it is a good car at a decent monthly rate, don't like 9 month down personally.

cecilmcroberts15 m ago

LOL at the last comment. Two today while getting petrol along with two …LOL at the last comment. Two today while getting petrol along with two staring followed by looking right in the windows as I was walking back to my car at outlet shopping centre car park. Near gave them a heartattack opening it Although QV Variant.

Translated to english what does that mean?

nougat1 m ago

Translated to english what does that mean?


People like looking at his beautiful car.

JakeAtkinson2 m ago

People like looking at his beautiful car.


Sorry still don't get it

scottishpunter22 m ago

Depends if you are in a country where it rains - although I am …Depends if you are in a country where it rains - although I am sure even an Alfa can last 24 months.


Depends if you keep your car more than 24 months!

jakethebeagles29 m ago

Jaguar or Alfa........



Alfa all day long....I love mine

Broxy9 m ago

Alfa all day long....I love mine


You can’t be a true petrolhead until you’ve owned a Alfa Romeo!

BargainBros37 m ago

9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u …9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u work


Most cars cost you money per year, whether buying, pcp, or lease. The amount you lose per year depends whether you want to drive round in an old dog or something fresh and new.

Even my wife’s 8 year old car has cost us a specific price per year over that period.

The alternative is to walk or get a bus.

For me it's an easy equation, does costs of Zipcar (car club) + Uber = 4.5k a year. Nope.

intime2 m ago

For me it's an easy equation, does costs of Zipcar (car club) + Uber = …For me it's an easy equation, does costs of Zipcar (car club) + Uber = 4.5k a year. Nope.


I can see your point, but for me a car is 75% pleasure, 25% practicality. I spend money that others spend playing golf, watching football, etc., on the car I want.

scottishpunter1 h, 23 m ago

Hmm deposit is a bit high - approaching Jaguar price.


At least you will avoid the delight that is the JLR ingenium engine by choosing the Alfa.

JakeAtkinson10 m ago

I can see your point, but for me a car is 75% pleasure, 25% practicality. …I can see your point, but for me a car is 75% pleasure, 25% practicality. I spend money that others spend playing golf, watching football, etc., on the car I want.


I can't see his point. You can lease a budget VW golf which is what zipcar use, for less then what zipcar would cost

HaroFreestyler39 m ago

Most cars cost you money per year, whether buying, pcp, or lease. The …Most cars cost you money per year, whether buying, pcp, or lease. The amount you lose per year depends whether you want to drive round in an old dog or something fresh and new.Even my wife’s 8 year old car has cost us a specific price per year over that period. The alternative is to walk or get a bus.


Sigh, leasing is a mugs game. I have a lease car and realised what an idiot i am giving my hard earned cash, approx 10k to a company for them to only take the car back. Mugs game, never again!!!

Smadmad3 m ago

I can't see his point. You can lease a budget VW golf which is what zipcar …I can't see his point. You can lease a budget VW golf which is what zipcar use, for less then what zipcar would cost


Absolutely agree. I prefer to spend spare cash in the pub, unfortunately these two past times don't mix, according to the Metropolitan Police Constabulary.

Smadmad4 m ago

I can't see his point. You can lease a budget VW golf which is what zipcar …I can't see his point. You can lease a budget VW golf which is what zipcar use, for less then what zipcar would cost


Depends how often you use Zipcar

BargainBros8 m ago

The maths ONLY adds up if you were actually going to buy a brand new alfa, …The maths ONLY adds up if you were actually going to buy a brand new alfa, but lets face it, you weren't, the lot of you so no, depreciation isnt an argument for leasing. You are paying the depreciation for the real peoplewho can afford to buy these cars !! #MUGSGAME


If you want a new car you either buy or lease. On this car you would lose more then 9k after 2 years if you brought new so leasing makes more sense. But you don't seem to clever.
I can post the simple maths if that's easier for you to understand?

BargainBros1 m ago

You cannot educate the uneducated! Enjoy you life of leasing and wasting …You cannot educate the uneducated! Enjoy you life of leasing and wasting money! as Mr T says.....[Image]


😴😴😴😴😴😴😴😴😴

"If it drives, flies, floats or ****, Lease It" - Spencer Strasmore
Edited by moderator: "removed swear" 25th Nov

BargainBros2 h, 18 m ago

9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u …9k, for nothing after 2 years. Be proud of yourselves and question why u work


So would you rather pay £30k or whatever the full price of the car is and lose £10k the minute you drive off the forecourt..? Financing a car is a sensible way these days and it doesn’t mean that we can’t afford to buy a car, but can end up paying less than the depreciation and change cars regularly.. worth doing a bit of research

BargainBros46 m ago

So, if being approached by strangers at petrol stations who want to tell …So, if being approached by strangers at petrol stations who want to tell you how beautiful your car is rings your bell then this is for youSUCH A SAD COMMENT OP.


Why? Most of the reviews make the same point. This is just one random example:

"The car’s assertive stance, and our test Veloce’s rich ‘Monza Red’ paint, matched with dark grey 19-inch ‘5-Hole’ alloy rims made a stunning combination, to the point where just about every stop and exit of the car led to an impromptu kerbside conversation with an admiring onlooker"

BargainBros1 h, 16 m ago

Sigh, leasing is a mugs game. I have a lease car and realised what an …Sigh, leasing is a mugs game. I have a lease car and realised what an idiot i am giving my hard earned cash, approx 10k to a company for them to only take the car back. Mugs game, never again!!!


I said buying, leasing and pcp. Whichever route you take will cost you money, even the cheap stuff costs money.

The only way to avoid it is to walk or buy an appreciating classic.

You would have to be very silly to buy a brand new car cash straight away. The best way to go about this in terms of ownership is PCP get the dealership contributions through finance/warranty/servicing and pay it off immediately once delivered; otherwise lease is perfectly acceptable if you don’t plan on ownership of a car.

freebiehunter22 m ago

So would you rather pay £30k or whatever the full price of the car is and …So would you rather pay £30k or whatever the full price of the car is and lose £10k the minute you drive off the forecourt..? Financing a car is a sensible way these days and it doesn’t mean that we can’t afford to buy a car, but can end up paying less than the depreciation and change cars regularly.. worth doing a bit of research


The sensible thing to do is let some other mug pay full price and lose 10k in minutes and then buy yourself the car s/h, which you can then sell in two years and probably recoup most of what you paid, rather than spending 9k over two years on leasing with nothing to show for it at the end.

Of course that's not an option for people who just HAVE to have brand new cars but IMO they have more money than sense.

doveman00717 m ago

The sensible thing to do is let some other mug pay full price and lose 10k …The sensible thing to do is let some other mug pay full price and lose 10k in minutes and then buy yourself the car s/h, which you can then sell in two years and probably recoup most of what you paid, rather than spending 9k over two years on leasing with nothing to show for it at the end.Of course that's not an option for people who just HAVE to have brand new cars but IMO they have more money than sense.


I know of very few cars that you could buy when they are 2 years old and then still recoup what you paid for them another 2 years later.. As for nothing to show after leasing -to be honest the Alfa would lose a lot more than 9k over 2 years so technically money in the pocket as paid out less than the depreciation. I’m not buying one btw as I’m a German car fan, but there are some genuinely decent business and personal lease / pcp deals around
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