Alfa Romeo's last remaining hatchback, the Giulietta, has been poked and prodded over the years, in order to improve its fortunes in a tough market space.
The small four-door, five-seater's range has included versions like the 1.8-litre turbocharged Giulietta QV. The company even revived its legendary Sprint moniker for a 2015 special edition that was powered by a 110kW version of the brand's 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine.
The Giulietta's most recent facelift came in late 2016, and focused mainly on external trim changes. Since then, prices have settled at $29,900 for the 1.4-litre Giulietta Super and topped off at $45,400 for the 1.75-litre Giulietta Veloce S TCT that shares its engine with the Alfa-Romeo 4C sports car.