The 1998 Car of the Year, Alfa's all new 156, replaced the 155 in early 1998, with much fanfare and an even bigger leap in quality, handling and driveability. Though the 155 never sold in huge numbers, there should still be a good selection of 155 models knocking about the small ads. What You Get. Any 155 you see will be well equipped.
Review and road test of the Alfa Romeo 155 (1992 - 1998) SPORTING CHANCE. BY GLENN BROOKS. Introduction. Way back when BMW made the Austin 7 under licence, Alfa Romeo were making cars that won on race tracks and sports saloons that were the envy of other makers.6/10
Alfa Rome 156 1.8 Twin Spark 1997-2002 — I believe this was the most successful sedan+coupe back in late 90s. The power that this relatively small 1747 engine delivers is impressive (106 kW). On the other hand, you have to pay the price - fuel consumption and engine reliability are not the strond sides of alfa …
The 1998 Car of the Year, Alfa's all new 156, replaced the 155 in early 1998, with much fanfare and an even bigger leap in quality, handling and driveability. Though the 155 never sold in huge numbers, there should still be a good selection of 155 models knocking about the small ads.
May 18, 2018 · Read Owners' Reviews. The Alfa Romeo 155 was the final variation of Fiat's Type 3 platform to be launched. It shared a considerable amount of its architecture with the Fiat Tipo and Lancia Dedra - and truth be told, after the 75, this was no bad thing.4/5
Alfa Romeo 155 (model 167) specifications: versions & types Alfa Romeo model 155 (model 167) belongs to mid-size / large family car class. Represents the "D (large cars)" market segment. The car was offered with 4-door sedan body shapes between the years 1992 and 1998.
The Alfa Romeo 155 (Type 167) is a compact executive car produced by the Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo between 1992 and 1997. It was released in January 1992 in Barcelona, and the first public launch was in March 1992, at the Geneva Motor Show. It was built in 192,618 units.Body style: 4-door saloon
Annual sales figures for the Alfa Romeo 156 in Europe. The Alfa Romeo 156 was introduced in 1997 as a replacement to the Alfa Romeo 155. It has become one of the brand’s most successful models, with a total production of around 680.000 cars. It also was a turnaround for the brand, as for years Alfa had been making cars that were too similar to their Fiat counterparts, but the 156 showed a ...