2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia interior features

Alfa Romeo Giulia 2019 is an inner mixed bag. Several critics say that the interior is amazing and has high quality materials. Some claim it's too noisy outside and has a variety of low-lease materials. There are good front seats, but the back seats are close. Trunk space is below average as well. There are plenty of tech features and the infotainment system is fairly intuitive, though a few functions require more steps to complete than they should.

The five-seater Giulia comes standard with leather tissue and 10-way front seats that can be modified for strength.
Available features include upgraded leather and Alcantara upholstery, 12-and 14-way power-adjustable front seats, heated front and rear seats, a heated steering wheel, and Sparco carbon fiber racing seats (only available in Quadrifoglio models).
Giulia provides plenty of space and comfort on the front. The robust support from the front seats is highly appreciated if you use the reliability chops of the Giulia. But most people don't have enough legroom in the clamped rear seats.
LATCH car-seat adapters are available in two complete sets. No issue with the anchors, but the lower anchors are tightly positioned inside the seat and hard to handle.
Giulia standard features include two-zone automatic air conditioning control, rear-parking sensors, a rearview camera and a 6.5-inch screen infotainment system, Wifi, three usb ports, an audio system for an eight speaker, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
A dual panel sunroof and a newly updated 8.8-inch infotainment system, an Harmon Kardon Premium Audio Screen 14-speaker, satellite radio, high definition television and navigation are included.
Automated high beams, adaptive control of cruise, automatic emergency brake alert, blind spot monitoring, front parking sensors, lane start warning and rear cross traffic alarm are available for all the driver assistance features. Airport assistance is provided.
There is no steep learning curve in this Alfa infotainment system, although some tests are not in the positions you'd expect to be. Many apps are hidden in several menu layers, which makes switching many settings difficult. The Giulia also has no touch screen, so you can use a rotary dial stick.

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