Alfa Romeo Giulia 2019
The 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia is a luxury compact sedan that combines Italian style, speed, and craftsmanship. The Giulia’s elegant form, exhilarating driving dynamics, and high-tech features make it a captivating and interesting car to drive. The Giulia has a sleek and sporty look from the outside. It stands out on the road because of its sculpted lines, powerful front grille, and aerodynamic shape. Alfa Romeo cares about both the way its cars look and how they work, as shown by the attention to detail in their outward designs. The Giulia’s cabin is elegant and designed with the driver in mind. The interior is made of high-quality materials, such as leather seating and aluminum accents, which give it a luxurious feel. The ergonomically built cockpit makes all of the important controls easy to reach, which makes the driver feel more connected to the car. The Giulia has some impressive performance choices under the hood. The base model has a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that is both powerful and fuel-efficient. Alfa Romeo has high-performance versions like the Quadrifoglio, which has a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 engine that makes horsepower and torque that are out of this world.
Outside Power Mirrors
The power mirrors can be adjusted with the ignition ON. Select the desired mirror using the power mirror control. To adjust the selected mirror, push the knob in the direction desired.
Note: Once the adjustment is complete, rotate the knob to the neutral position to prevent accidental movements.
With the power mirror control knob in the neutral position, move it to the power folding position. Move the knob again to return the mirrors to the driving position. If the power mirror control knob is moved again during door mirror folding (from closed to open position and vice versa), the movement direction is reversed.
Activating the central door locking system from outside the vehicle automatically folds the mirrors. The mirrors return to the driving position when the vehicle is then unlocked. If the door mirrors were folded using the power mirror control knob, they can only be returned to the driving position by rotating the knob again.
Note: The power folding operation can be enabled only when the vehicle speed is lower than 31 mph (50 km/h). They can only be manually controlled up to that speed.
Automatic Dimming Mirrors
Like the electrochromic mirror, an automatic dimming feature is also available on the outside rear-view mirrors to prevent glare. The automatic dimming button is the same for all rear-view mirrors.
Vehicles and other objects seen in an outside convex mirror will look smaller and farther away than they really are. Relying too much on side convex mirrors could cause you to collide with another vehicle or other object. Use your inside mirror when judging the size or distance of a vehicle seen in a side convex mirror.
The headlight switch is located to the left of the steering wheel on the instrument panel. This switch controls the operation of the headlights, parking lights, instrument panel lights, instrument panel light dimming, interior lights and rear fog lights. In addition, there are buttons for parking sensors deactivation and stop/start. Refer to “Starting And Operating” for further information. The exterior lights can be activated only when the ignition is in the ON position, except for the parking lights. Refer to “Parking Lights” in this section for more information. The instrument panel and the various controls on the dashboard will be illuminated when the exterior lights are turned on.
This system automatically turns the headlights on or off according to ambient light levels.
From the O (off) position, turn the light switch to the (AUTO) position.
Note: The function can only operate with the ignition position cycled to ON.
To deactivate the function, turn the light switch to a position other than the (AUTO) position.
Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
With the ignition cycled to ON, and the light switch turned to the position, if the dusk sensor detects sufficient external light, the Daytime Running Lights will turn on automatically while the other lights remain off. If the turn signals are operated, the brightness of the corresponding Daytime Running Lights will be decreased as long as the turn signals are on. The DRL can be activated/deactivated from the Information and Entertainment System, by selecting the following functions in sequence on the main MENU: lights on/off.
The rear fog lights turn on only when the headlights or parking lights are turned on. The lights can be turned off by pushing the button again or by turning the headlight switch to the O (off) position. When the engine is stopped with the rear fog lights on, they will remain off the next time the engine is started.
With the ignition in the STOP position, turn the headlight switch to the position to turn the parking lights on. All of the parking lights will turn on for eight minutes, and opening the door activates an audible warning. To leave only the lights on one side (right/left) illuminated, you must move the multifunction lever (located on the left side of the steering wheel) to the side that you want to remain on. With the parking lights on, the warning light on the instrument panel will illuminate.
Note: Cycling the ignition to ON turns off the parking lights, which were only illuminated on one side.
Headlight Off Delay
The “Headlight Off Delay” function delays the turning off of the headlights for a set time when the ignition is cycled OFF. The function can be activated from the Information and Entertainment System by selecting the following functions in sequence on the main menu:
- “Headlight Off Delay.”
The side lights and the headlights stay on for a time that can be set between 30, 60, and 90 seconds.
With the headlights on, cycle the ignition to STOP, the timer will then start.
Note: To activate this function, the headlights must be deactivated within two minutes after the ignition has been cycled to STOP.
This function is deactivated by turning on the headlights, and the side lights, or by cycling the ignition to ON.
Adaptive Frontlight System (AFS Function) — If Equipped
This is a system combined with Xenon headlights (Bi-Xenon 35 W headlamp if equipped) that directs the headlights horizontally and continuously and automatically adapts them to the driving conditions around bends or when cornering.
The system directs the headlights to light up the road in the best way, taking into account the speed of the vehicle and the bend or corner angle, as well as the speed of steering. The adaptive lights are automatically activated when the vehicle is started.
High Beam Headlights
To activate the fixed high beam headlights, push the multifunction lever, located on the left side of the steering wheel, towards the instrument panel. The headlight switch must be turned to the (AUTO) or (ON) position. With high-beam headlights on, the High Beam Indicator on the instrument panel will illuminate.
The high beam headlights are turned off by pulling the lever to its original position. The warning light/icon will turn off in the instrument panel when the headlights are turned off.
Flashing The Headlights
Pulling the multifunction lever toward the steering wheel will activate the high-beam headlights manually. The lights will remain on as long as the lever is held. Once the lever is released, the lights will resume the previous position.
Automatic High Beam Headlights — If Equipped
The Automatic High Beam Headlights system provides increased forward lighting at night by automating high beam control through the use of a digital camera mounted on the windshield. This camera detects vehicle specific light and automatically switches from high beams to low beams until the approaching vehicle is out of view.
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