The Alfa Romeo Giulia is a midsize sedan that’s as luxurious as it is reliable in performance. To maintain peak reliability and value, vehicles require regular maintenance from a licensed mechanic. Here are some of the Alfa Romeo Giulia service tasks we perform most often.

Oil Change

The Alfa Romeo Giulia requires an oil change every 6,000 miles, or every six months, whichever one comes first. We must stress, though, that this is under normal driving conditions.

If you drive daily under severe driving conditions, such as constant stop-and-go commuting, then you may require more frequent changes. The oil filter may also be replaced during this time to increase your oil’s efficiency.

Tire Rotations

Like an oil change, tire rotations should also be scheduled every 6,000 miles or six months. This ensures tires wear at an even rate and prolongs their life.

With an identical interval, we suggest scheduling an oil change and tire rotation in a single appointment. The technician can also check whether related services like a tire balance or alignment are needed.

Brake Wear

A maintenance interval should also include an assessment of your brake pads. Brakes wear over time; as the pads begin to thin out, the stopping distance will also increase.

You should also book an appointment if you hear grinding when you apply brakes.

Fluid Top-off

Beyond the motor oil, the Alfa Romeo Giulia contains a number of other fluids, including transmission, power steering, coolant, and brake fluid. A technician will top off fluids as needed and inspect for any leaks around the hoses and seals.

Schedule a service appointment at Alfa Romeo of St. Petersburg to offset vehicle wear and tear. We perform maintenance for the Alfa Romeo Giulia and all other Alfa Romeo models.