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ALFA 156 1997-2006 – EXPERIENCES, ENGINES…

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Alfa 156 – a look that leaves no one indifferent and engines that sound like a symphony orchestra. Enviable comfort in class.

Alfa 156 – Appearance

When someone mentions Alfa, even those who don’t like this brand think of a beautiful car. So it is with the Alfa Romeo156. The beautiful and very attractive design will leave most people to look after you as you stroll down the street. When this is paired with Alfa engines that all sound great and love high revs, the adrenaline can only rise. And the feeling behind the wheel is great.

The Alfa 156 lies well on the road and in corners, and the chassis is well balanced. The trunk is not a great size, and the rear shock absorbers reduce it even more. All of this can be forgiven when you get out of the car and turn around to look at your car one more time. Only then do you realize that most people are looking at him. Alfa Romeo 156 is a good choice because for really little money you get a beautiful car with a lot of equipment.

Alfa Romeo 156 – Engine

A wide range of engines that are all very lively. We start with a 1.6 petrol engine that can’t be blamed for not trying to cope with the mass of the 156. The advice though is to take a slightly larger engine, so 1.8 and 2.0 are the most logical choices.

We have to mention that the 2.5 V6 sounds phenomenal and pulls great. The most powerful 156 has a V6 of as much as 3,200 cubic meters, and you will recognize it by the GTA label. In our opinion, this is still too strong an engine for this chassis.

The average consumption for smaller petrol stations is around eight liters of unleaded petrol, while V6 models consume twelve or more, depending on the driving style. From diesel, the well-known Italian JTD engines are installed, which are great, and for the needs of Alfa, a little stronger than in other models.

The 1.9 variant has 115 horsepower, and the more powerful, 2.4, even 175. These engines pull great and are not too noisy. The average consumption you can expect is around six liters of Eurodiesel.

Alfa Romeo 156 – Failures

Everything has sounded great so far, but in this part of the test, Alpha always fails.
First of all, let’s say that the used Alfa is not easy to sell at all, although there are a lot of them on the market. Secondly, it is said that all Alfa owners know each other, because they spend a lot of time with the master. And it really does look that way.
Suspension is one of the main problems, followed by electronics that fail as it arrives, and the engines are not the most reliable in the world. All this justifies the great speed of the price drop from the moment when the proud owner takes over the new one from the salon. Still, that look of hers … Everything is forgiven to her.

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