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    Report: Alfa Romeo 159 heading for the edgy dustbin of history

    Say what you will about the Alfa Romeo 159, but it's arguably one of the most attractive sports sedans on the (foreign) market. And when it's gone, it will be missed. But gone is precisely what it will be soon, as the Fiat group begins its gradual discontinuation. According to reports, ...

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    Marchionne: Alfa Romeo back in the U.S. by 2012

    Alfa Romeo 159 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    It's been 15 years since Alfa Romeo last sold vehicles in the U.S. market, but according to Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne, we won't have to wait much longer for a chance to own a vehicle donning the Cross and Serpent. Automotive News is ...

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    Report: Alfa commissions trio of 159-replacing concepts for Geneva

    2002 ItalDesign Alfa Romeo Brera Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Following up on a model as achingly gorgeous as the Alfa Romeo 159 – to say nothing of its Brera coupe and Spider convertible counterparts – is no mean feat. Which could be why Alfa is turning to ...

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    Besting Prodrive: Autodelta unveils tuned Alfa Brera S and 159 J4 3.2 Compressore at MPH09

    Autodelta Alfa Romeo Brera S and 159 J4 3.2 Compressore – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Alfa Romeo has proven itself capable of crafting some of the most achingly beautiful automotive works of art on the road today. Unfortunately, their driving dynamics and performance numbers ...

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    Alfa Romeo 159-replacing Giulia delayed until 2012?

    2009 Alfa Romeo 159 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    The current Alfa Romeo 159 is a bit of a Jekyll-and-Hyde affair. Unspeakably gorgeous on the one hand, its aging, Saab-based platform means its dynamic performance doesn't come anywhere close to cashing the checks its aggressive ...

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    Geneva 2009: Alfa Romeo 159 - sharp gets sharper

    Click above for a high-res gallery of the 2009 Alfa Romeo 159
    Of all the cars in the world, the Alfa 159 is one of the last we would have thought needed a refresh. Unfortunately, the sedan's styling hasn't translated into a market success for the Italian automaker, so they've opted for a facelift. ...

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    Poor sales mean Alfa 159 replacement coming soon with U.S. in sight

    Click to view the Alfa 159 in hi-res from Geneva '08 The Alfa Romeo 159 may be one of the most beautiful sedans on the market, but that hasn't been enough to make the model a sales success. As we learned after driving the new MiTo, Alfa isn't satisfied any longer to glide by on its name and looks ...

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    Rendered Speculation: 2011 Alfa Romeo Giulia to replace 159

    Alfa Romeo's marketing people have been bouncing around the idea of ditching the current three-digit numbering system and proceeding with a nameplate nomenclature. The shift – already in place on some models and not on others – could increase the appeal of certain models even more, ...

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    Geneva 2008: updated Alfa Romeo 159

    Click above to view the updated Alfa Romeo 159 in hi-resWe had plenty of reason to frequent the Alfa Romeo pavilion at this year's Geneva show. After the unveiling of the production 8C Spider along with the updated Brera and Spider came the revisions to the 159 sedan and Sportwagon. Like its ...

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    Alfa Romeo returning to the U.S.!

    After an absence of more than a decade, Fiat's Alfa Romeo brand is returning to the U.S. market. In a conference call May 3rd, Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed that he has plans in place to begin distributing Alfa Romeo models in the U.S. through  Maserati's dealer network, possibly as ...


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