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Alfa Romeo Alfasud

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Alfa Romeo Alfasud. 1971–83 (prod. 893,719 sold, not incl. Sprint). 2-, 3-, 4- and 5-door saloon, 3-door estate. F/F, 1186, 1286, 1350, 1490 cm³ (F4 OHC). One of the most famous Alfa Romeos, known for handling and styling by ItalDesign’s Giugiaro. Flat four engines. Sud (south) name referred to new factory in south of Italy. However, Alfasud picked up a reputation for rust, though Alfisti were not swayed. Two-door Ti (Turismo Internazionale) from 1973, Giardinetta estate from 1975. Facelift in 1980, and hatchbacks from 1981. A Sprint model débuted for 1976 and continued to 1989, covered separately.

Manufacturing location: Pomigliano d’Arco, Italy

Marque: Alfa Romeo | Successors: Alfa Romeo Arna, Alfa Romeo 33

q.v. Alfa Romeo Alfasud Sprint


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