Tbh i'd expect the same minor faults on something like a bm. Alfas are unfairly treated due to poor past history. On the plus side the issue will probably cost you a quarter of what it would if it was a german marque on the front
Had my GT about a month now I think. Picked it up on the day we went to the NEC Classic. I have so far replaced a lower turbo hose and bought a second key, which still needs programming. Whilst the hose had a hole I got a Water in fuel
warning and then shortly after the EML came on.
Hose replaced and the light continued to stay on so I have bought a cheap bluetooth ELM OBDII connector off eBay. On Friday coming home from work I decided I would plug it in an try my free copy of FiatECUScan and without word of a lie in less than a minute the light went out before I got home and stayed out.
My GT is so damn good she knows what I'm thinking, more than just a soul (and a diesel too) but thinks for itself too
The bluetooth ELM is good aswell. I have just left it plugged in and got a free app for my Android, the novelty will wear off soon I think! Tried the laptop and all the engine stuff is there at least.
Not used the Spider much due to bad weather, but I do think these cars are a bit different from the rest even this diesel.
My Passat was not unreliable as such but used to look good at Christmas with all the dash lights on
A 95 and then a 96 Honda Accord have been the most reliable cars I have ever owned, the worst being a Ferrari Mondial which for the first four years required regular praying just to start it
It was fine the last year of ownership when I eventually cleared all the electrical issues up. It was 27 years old when I sold it mind