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For the 2011 model year, the Alfa Romeo 159 -both sedan and station wagon models- has been renewed in style and interior; it also gets optional packages that provide customers a more competitive bid.

The company offers great attention to detail and high quality interior materials making the 159 look even sportier and more original. The car gets a new combination of leather/fabric available in black or beige and elegant chrome treatment. For 2011, customers will be able to choose from four different packages: Comfort Pack, Sport Pack, Comfort Plus Pack and TI Plus Pack. These packages offer an abundance of equipment such as side sills, aluminum pedals, sports instruments with white lighting, and sport steering wheel and shift knob. Other features of these packages include cruise control, electrically folding door mirrors, front seats and fog lamps overhead. The packages are finished off with a system media player and speakerphone Blue & Me and radio controls on the steering wheel. All of this sits on a set of alloy wheels 17 "with a brushed titanium treatment.

The 2011 Alfa Romeo 159 will also provide the consumer with 5 different engine options: a 1.8 liter 140 hp and a 2.0 liter 200 hp turbocharged petrol and diesels to the tune of a JTDM with 120, 170, and 200 hp.

Both versions will go on sale in Europe next month. Pricing for the Alfa Romeo 159 will start at 24,360 Euros for the petrol model and 27,000 Euros for the diesel variant.


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  (399) posted on 12.12.2011

I love its dressed-up interior. It looks so cozy and comfortable on that. However, I must say that I’m not very interested on this vehicle. Well, it seems that it is only a good-looking vehicle but doesn’t have a nice engine.

  (333) posted on 11.2.2011

For me, this Alfa Romeo 159 is already a complete packaged for me, for it doesn’t only have an impressive exterior detailing, which is so classy and striking instead it also had an interior which is very captivating.

  (448) posted on 10.25.2011

Well, you’re wrong zitkathet08, as you can see even the interior of this Alfa Romeo 159 is already striking, but I have to agree on you on one thing that they should upgrade the engine of this one.

  (714) posted on 10.19.2011

Sorry to say but I think the exterior appearance only of this Alfa Romeo 159 is the only looking so fabulous on it and really looks so classy on that, but they are right if only they upgrade also the interior of this one.

  (569) posted on 10.14.2011

I’m so impressed with this Alfa Romeo 159! I love the luxurious appearance that it had, and I must say that the decent look of this one was really can captivate lots of attention.

  (553) posted on 10.4.2011

It looks so luxurious and expensive smiley I’m impressed with its sleek body paint and decent appearance. The interior touch of this 159 seems so cozy and relaxing, I can say that this car is a complete packaged for me.

  (372) posted on 07.28.2011

The engine they used is good, but as you told earlier folks, a 300 HP is not impressive. I think it has a lot of accessories thus it is so heavy to boost. A v8 engine must create a 450+ HP.

  (814) posted on 05.24.2010

It looks more like a super car that has a v8 and 300 plus hp.

  (858) posted on 05.20.2010

I think the sources are true because I’ve noticed that this Alfa was developed to a suitable RWD chassis with the help of Maserati.

  (1022) posted on 05.20.2010

$320K for a tuner BMW? Say what? If it I am going to choose, I’d rather buy a new M3, and take the $100,000 I would lose on the first year’s depreciation for a deluxe trip around the world.

  (366) posted on 05.19.2010

USA already has this exact same version minus the upgraded interior. We’ve actually had this refresh since 2008.

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