The 2022 Alfa Romeo Giulia not only has a stunning appearance, but it also has one of the most enjoyable driving experiences in its class.

The BMW 3-series, Genesis G70, and Mercedes-Benz C-class are just a few of the sports sedans the Giulia can compete with.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia's interior is richly furnished and features a driver-focused design, however it may not be as opulent as comparable sedans.

The front seats are roomy and comfy for passengers, but most adults will feel the pinch in the back, which is a characteristic of most vehicles in this class.

An auto-dimming rearview mirror, basic GPS, and a wireless phone charger are now available for the Alfa Romeo Giulia's infotainment system.

Since the Giulia's sharp driving characteristics are its strongest feature, we'd double down and get the mid-range Ti variant with the Performance package.

Although all-wheel drive is an option and costs an extra $2000, it is standard and is what we recommend.

Alfa Romeo Giulia engine The Giulia's turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, which produces 280 horsepower and sounds enticing when pushed hard, feels brave.

The Giulia is a sporting sedan for drivers. The leather-wrapped steering wheel communicates well with the driver and the front tyres react quickly to instructions from the driver.

Rear-wheel drive versions from Alfa Romeo are rated at 24 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the interstate. At 23 mpg city and 31 mpg highway, all-wheel-drive vehicles have a modest disadvantage.

But in this class, that is typical. Our rear-wheel-drive Ti test car nearly met its EPA rating with a 32-mpg performance in our real-world highway fuel-economy test.

Interior of an Alfa Romeo Giulia Soft-touch plastics, premium leather, and either textured metallic or real wood trim can be found within the Giulia.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia's sun visors are embarrassingly small and useless when travelling directly into the sun, so be sure to bring sunglasses.