Alfa Romeo Giulia

Alfa_Romeo_Giulia-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the Alfa Romeo Giulia in Europe.

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta was introduced in 2016 as a replacement to the Alfa Romeo 159, which had been discontinued in 2011. It is the first rear-wheel drive sedan for the brand since the Alfa Romeo 75, which ended production in 1992.

See how Alfa Romeo Giulia sales compare to the other models in the premium midsized car segment. Also find Alfa Romeo Giulia US sales figures.

Alfa Romeo
Giulia
2016
Alfa Romeo
Giulia
2017
January 1.894
February 2.005
March 19
April 48
May 236
June 1.334
July 999
August 752
September 1.718
October 1.565
November 1.974
December 1.830

Alfa Romeo
Giulia
2016 10.475

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC, JATO Dynamics.

Alfa Romeo
Giulia
2016
Alfa Romeo
Giulia
2017
January 1.894
February 2.005
March 19
April 48
May 236
June 1.334
July 999
August 752
September 1.718
October 1.565
November 1.974
December 1.830

Alfa Romeo
Giulia
2016 10.475

Comments

  1. Emir Trba says:

    In Italy,only in may Alfa Romeo Giulia sold in 250+ pcs.
    Something is wrong with your numbers.

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Hi Emir,

      thanks for your comment.
      Are you sure you haven’t mixed up the monthly sales with year-to-date figures? According to my source UNRAE, Italian sales for the Giulia were 189 in May and 256 for the first five months cumulative.

  2. Emir Trba says:

    In september according to UNRAE Alfa sold 762 Giulia’s

  3. John Fadetta says:

    Any case, sales is much, much lower then expected. Alfa Romeo as a company inside FCA is nightmare to Sergio Marchionne.

    • Piotr Grabowski says:

      Much, much lower? Where do you get this depressing news? Alfa is on the move and Giulia did what nobody could do in last few decades….beat the German super saloons! All of them. Thank you. Alfa is back, you go home

  4. Sergio Marchionne is more of a nightmare to FCA. This company needs a leader that can get things done and Marchionne is not the guy.

  5. Bart Demandt says:

    Hi GCS,
    almost 3 years ago I already wrote an article on why Marchionne had been the right guy in the right place for FCA, being the change agent that he is, but why he’s not the right guy to keep running the company in the long term, as I agree with you: Why is Sergio Marchionne still in charge of Fiat-Chrysler?

  6. Goran Palcev says:

    If this is true, BMW sold 10 times more in same period in September. Giulia can’t be competitor so far.

    • I think that not all the options are available on the markets. For example in Finland only diesel is offered and I don’t think it would seem better if petrol was also on offer. But let’s see how the sales develop. I understand why people are hesitating to buy an Alfa.. I drive 159..

    • Of course FCA expected Giulia to outsell BMW’s 3 Series in a couple of months, even without a wagon model.
      /facepalm
      Alfa is trying to rebuild its name after 20 years of disasters, this will take time (and noone is even sure it will make it). Do you remember where Audi was 20/25 years ago?

  7. Olaf Roemer says:

    0 sales in September in USA, 0 sales in October in USA… It must be something wrong with this car…

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Hi Olaf,
      Customer deliveries of the Giulia haven’t officially started in the US. The 7 registrations in August must have been test cars for the manufacturer or something like that. I agree it looks a bit funny this way, but it’s no indication of how many they’ve actually sold so far.
      Edit: Giulia and Giulia Ti go on sale in January 2017 with an MSRP of $37,995 and $39,995, respectively. Giulia Quadrifoglio goes on sale this month (December) with an MSRP of $72,000.

  8. January 2017
    1933 Giulias sold in EU

    Source carsitaly.net

  9. Olaf Roemer says:

    With this tempo of production and sales, also with upcoming Stelvio, Alfa as a brand maybe only can be saved without progress. This brand is still nightmare inside FCA. Nothing can change my.mind so far.

  10. Joe Black says:

    At this rate Alfa sales with Giulia can be projected at over 22000 units. Way less than the target that has been set. More importantly look at numbers from BMW Mercedes Audi and Jag, still growing. If all of these numbers are still growing where is Alfa winning? It’s going to be a bleak year for the brand, FCA will never be able to compete with the big boys, they are too dishonest with their numbers.

    • Ahmed El Zahabi says:

      BMW, Audi and Merc. are in a different league, they have a strong dealer network and have different models of the class such as sedan, SW …etc. Jaguar on the other hand is in a worse position than the Alfa. they were oversold by the Alfa since last November and expected to loose ground in the rest of the year. They depend heavily on the UK Sales so they may be strong in March and September but expect the Giulia to outsell the XE by the end of the year

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