The trim level is the European Sport model (the cloth seats
with grey or red patterning and black headliner) with the
electric seat option, some bigger wheels (18s intead of 17s)
and a QV badge slapped on the back.
Red callipers could mean they've got Brembos fitted.
Not sure what the Selespeed had as standard.
The standard 2.2 didn't have the bigger discs.
I think that proves that the QV & Ti badges on the Brera & 159
weren't used for much more than trim-level identifiers.
Hey guys. My donor 159 with the ruined engine is just about ready to go, but I'm reluctant to let it go with the rare folding rear seats which, I believe was an optional extra that few selected.
I want to get everything that would be needed to retrofit these to a non folding 159. Does anyone...
I am currently upgrading my lower arm suspension to powerflex bushes but I am having trouble removing the rear trailing arm toe in bolt in order to be able to remove the trailing arm. Am I missing something? Are there any tricks to removing it?
This kind of thread works well on several other forums I use and often sparks some great discussions / ideas. Just post up what it is you've done and feel free to comment on others posts, but be nice :lol:
Today - tracking set to zero toe as recommended on here. Needed doing as it's...
Hello, i have a question. My breather hose broke from my intake hose (alfa 159 2.0 Jtdm). I dont want to buy new part, so im thinking maybe i will cover the hole that is in intake hose and vent out breather fumes to the atmosphere, at least till when i'll buy oil catch can or something.
Hi all. I know this has probably been asked a million times before, but I was wondering if anyone can confirm as to whether bonnet and boot badges on a 159 SW (button bush on tailgate) can be replaced by prizing off just the logo and replacing with new self adhesive badges or does the whole...