I think its priced fairly to be honest. There have been a few Brera 'S' cars without the prodrive gear for around 8-9k. Mine has confirmation from Alfa that its a 'S' with Prodrive package from new. I did make sure I had all the prodrive bits for I bought it because there were a few that had bits and pieces missing, which put me off.Might be a bit pricey at 10k but it is an S so you never know. Potential buyers who know about the 2.2 will be looking for a timing chain replacement and gearbox rebuild as these seem to play up regardless of the servicing schedule.
There's cars out there that have never needed a chain replaced, others that have flagged-up a warning at low miles.Potential buyers who know about the 2.2 will be looking for a timing chain replacement and gearbox rebuild as these seem to play up regardless of the servicing schedule.
Hey mate, good to see your on AO aswell. If you push the car, the performance is decent as I mentioned before. I think the only way you will retain the performance with MPG is if you go diesel or smaller engine with turbo?Hi Stephen, I've been messaging you on eBay, I did mean to ask if you were on AO.
I was meant to head to LA today to have a look at a new one they've got in and have a test drive. As I mentioned, my main concern is performance - coming from a string of V6's and V8's I'm a little concerned that the little 2.2 will frustrate a bit. The V6 just isn't possible for me, doing 10-12k a year the MPG is worse than the AMG I've just sold! It's a genuine conundrum
You use winter tyres in Hounslow? For real? :laugh:I have updated the ad again and lowered the price by 1 pence because im nice like that
Including 18" alloys with nokian winter tyres, I paid £420 iirc for the wheels and tyres but have never used them.
Need the space for my IQ tyres and new wheels for my next car.
I used winter tyres on my last car and had a good experience, not so much for the snow but just when it reaches low temps. My GTA used to slip in the top 3 gears with Dunlop Sport maxx tyres in very cold weather, swapped to dunlop winters and all was good. Thought I would need them again for the brera but I haven't had any traction problems with the current tyres. Maybe the power difference.You use winter tyres in Hounslow? For real? :laugh: