Used Car of the Day: 1989 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

We're going back to the older Italian car well for today's UCOTD, so brace your wallet. We're featuring a 1989 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce.

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Fire Related Recall Issued for Dodge Hornet R/T and Alfa Romeo Tonale Veloce

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a stop-drive notice for plug-in versions of the Dodge Hornet and Alfa Romeo Tonale. Vehicles are alleged to pose a fire risk due to improperly installed battery connections. Stellantis and the NHTSA have warned that this could result in a fire hazard even when the vehicle is parked. 

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Used Car of the Day: 1979 Alfa Romeo Spider

Today's UCOTD is older than your humble author -- just barely -- and it shows us some Italian goodness. It's a 1979 Alfa Romeo Spider.

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Alfa Boss: Our Customers Don't Want Giant Screens

If you’ve been in a recent model-year vehicle, the number of screens and digital displays can be overwhelming. While they’re becoming prevalent, big screens aren’t for everyone, nor are they for every automaker. Alfa Romeo boss Jean-Philippe Imparato recently told Autocar that his brand’s customers don’t want giant displays and don’t care about all the digital assistance features many new cars come with.

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Alfa Romeo's Next Supercar Debuting in August

Alfa Romeo confirmed that its next halo model will debut at the end of August. CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato confirmed the debut during a Chinese event for the updated Giulia and Stelvio. 

"This project is a dream come true, inspired by a daring team that wanted to achieve something unique,” said the executive. 

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Che Bello: Centenary Alfas Sold Out Globally

It might be easy to poke a bit of fun at cars that use a pot of paint and trim variations to mark a company anniversary but there’s no arguing that, when done right, people tend to line up for the chance to buy one.

Case in point – all 100 units of the limited-edition Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio 100th Anniversary models sold out in every region the models were offered.

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Used Car of the Day: 1979 Alfetta Sedan

Two Alfas in a row! That might not happen again for a long, long time. This Connecticut-based 1979 Alfetta sedan is for sale for $9,999.

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Used Car of the Day: Alfa Romeo GTV6

Today's UCOTD is an Alfa Romeo GTV6 with just under 80,000 miles on the clock, coming to us by way of Rochester, New York.

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Alfa Officially States Mileage for Tonale PHEV

Say what you will – and many have – about the name Alfa Romeo selected for its new compact crossover, there’s no denying the thing fits well into the brand’s current design language. Alfa intends for it to fit well into a customer’s monthly balance sheet as well, announcing today it expects the Tonale to run 33 miles solely on electricity and return a rating of 77 MPGe.

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2024 Alfa Romeo Tonale Review — Bada Bing

The Alfa Romeo Tonale is one of those vehicles that I expected to dislike and was quickly won over by. Despite being a rolling conflict of powertrains, purpose, and badge engineering, it’s about as enjoyable as a small crossover gets.

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Report: Alfa Romeo Working On Electric SUV for American Market

Alfa Romeo is not known for its vehicles’ efficiency or environmental consciousness, but the company is heading toward an all-electric future like many others. The automaker’s North American CEO, Larry Dominique, told The Drive that Alfa’s working on an electric SUV for the American market and promised that it would be different from the sea of increasingly homogenous vehicles hitting the market.

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Che Figata! Alfa Romeo Shows 2024 Lineup

The brand from Italy rolls into the next model year with a trio of models under its finely crafted leather belt, starting with the new Tonale and followed by the Giulia sedan plus Stelvio crossover. Fresh off the line are Competizione variants of the latter two, in addition to trims marking a centenary date.

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Alfa Romeo Displays Carabo Concept, Speculation Abounds

While Milan Design Week is primarily focused on showcasing the latest representations of furniture you couldn’t possibly afford, sometimes a car or two gets thrown into the mix and Alfa Romeo had one hell of an entrant prepared this year. But it wasn’t a new design.

Instead, the Italian automaker rolled out the Carabo concept from the 1968 Paris Motor Show. As one of the first vehicles to pioneer the wedge shape that became synonymous with supercars in later decades, the Alfa holds a massive amount of historical significance. However, there may be more going on than the automaker simply wanting to take a trip down memory lane.

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Used Car of the Day: 1984 Alfa Romeo S3

Looking to either work on a classic or give yourself a lot of headaches while also watching your money slip away at a high rate of speed? Well, have we got the used car for -- a 1984 Alfa Romeo S3 convertible.

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Report: 2025 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Confirmed as Fully Electric

Alfa Romeo will reportedly be electrifying with Giulia sport sedan with the top-trim Quadrifoglio boasting 1,000 horsepower according to CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato.

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  • Mustangfast I had an 06 V6 and loved that car. 230k trouble free miles until I sold it. I remember they were criticized for being too small vs competitors but as a single guy it was the right size for me. I recall the 2.3 didn’t have a reputation for reliability, unlike the V6 and I4. I think it likely didn’t take off due to the manual-only spec, price tag, and power vs the V6 engine and the way it delivered that power. It was always fun to see the difference between these and normal ones, since these were made in Japan whereas all others were flat rock
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