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The Alfa Romeo 159 was offered as a sedan and station wagon Sportwagon. The latter has a slightly larger trunk than the sedan – 445 and 405 liters, respectively. Please note that not all sedans can boast a folding rear seat. Based on the 159th, a 4-seater Brera coupe and a 2-seater Spider were created.
Once you’re in a comfortable seat, you’ll appreciate the padded side panels where they touch the driver’s and passenger’s knees. The backlighting of the indicators is easily adjusted with a button on the tip of the left-hand stalk switch. A little confusion can cause the search for a button to open the trunk from the passenger compartment. Maybe it doesn’t exist at all? Yes, on the ceiling!
The range of engines used in the Alfa Romeo 159 is quite large. These are petrol 1.75 TBi (200 hp, turbo), 1.8 (140 hp), 1.9 JTS (160 hp), 2.2 JTS (185 hp) and 3.2 JTS V6 (260 hp). With.). Only the weakest 1.8 L does not have direct injection. The strongest 3.2 JTS is more likely to interest the owners of gas stations. He devours gasoline like a dragon – almost 15 liters per 100 km in the combined cycle.
In Europe, the best reviews were collected by diesel modifications, especially with a 1.9-liter engine. There are 6 turbodiesels in total: 1.9 JTDM (120 and 150 hp), 2.0 JTDM (136 and 170 hp), 2.4 JTDM R5 (200 and 210 hp).
Alfa Romeo is famous for its gasoline engines, but diesels have proven themselves better in the 159th. They are one of the best in their class. The best choice is 1.9 JTDM with 150 hp. The 120-horsepower version is too weak for a heavy Italian. Both units are considered quite reliable, but with certain reservations. In particular, we are talking about problems with the intake manifold flaps. However, this is a common thing in a modern diesel engine of any brand. But JTDM is the only one that allows you to purchase a new manifold relatively cheaply.
Worthy of attention and 2.0 JTDM (170 hp). In its design, it resembles a base diesel. And the powerful 2.4 JTDM, which was created by adding a fifth cylinder to the 1.9 JTDM, is less reliable and more expensive to operate. Sometimes the cylinder head fails. All JTDMs are equipped with a belt type timing drive.
The most modest of the gasoline 1.8 with a return of 140 hp. borrowed from Opel. It doesn’t create major problems. The turbocharged 1.75 TBi is designed by Italians, has good performance, sounds good, but does not differ in durability.
The high hopes placed on gasoline 1.9 and 2.2 JTS with a timing chain drive did not materialize. Unfortunately, these engines, created in conjunction with the GM concern, sometimes fail. Often, after 100,000 km, you have to change the chain and gears, which cost several tens of thousands of rubles. In addition, the engine is equipped with direct fuel injection, which leads to the formation of soot.
The drive is of course front-wheel drive, but there are also all-wheel drive modifications, designated by the index Q4. In such variants, the thrust along the axes is distributed in the ratio 43/57 – front / rear. The Torsen center differential is responsible for this. But enough excitement. Most often, all-wheel drive came in addition to the voracious 3.2 V6 JTS, less often 2.4 JTDM (210 hp). The all-wheel drive system is reliable, but outboard bearings and driveshaft crosses wear out over time.
Together with the engines, a 5 or 6-speed manual, an automated Selespeed and a Q-Tronic automatic were installed. The least critical comments are collected by classic automatic machines – Japanese Aisin TF-80SC.
One of the weak points of the model is the M32 manual transmission, which can break down already by 200,000 km, and for active drivers even earlier. The growing noise precedes the complete failure of the box – the bearings fail. Repair will require specialized equipment. Some companies offer boxes after regeneration. The fact that owners of diesel modifications most often face the problem indicates that the “mechanics” do not cope well with high torque.
Difficulties with the inclusion of mechanics gears arise due to the wear of a complex cable mechanism for selecting gears or clutches. At the same time, it must be taken into account that in any Alpha 159 the speeds are switched on with some resistance.