The 146 took part in the Alfa Romeo range in 1995 with the role of a two-and-a-half-volume sedan. Together with its 3-door variant, the 145, it is the successor of the Alfa Romeo 33. The 146 is therefore a basic model developed starting from the structure of the Fiat Brava for being opposed to important opponents such as the Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf. Its dimensions are 4,25 x 1,71 meters and relate to a weight that varies from 1150 to 1300kg depending on the engine and equipment chosen. The 146 initially adopted the engines already present in the 33, namely three 4-cylinder Boxer petrol motorizations of 90 (1300cc), 103 (1600cc) or 129HP (1700cc) and a 4-cylinder in-line 2000cc diesel of 90HP. In 1996, a powerful 2.0 150HP gasoline Twin Spark version was marketed. This engine, as well as all those that were presented later, has 4 cylinders in line, therefore no longer Boxer. In 1997, two new Twin Sparks arrived, a 1400cc 103HP and a 1800cc 140HP. These versions had the task of replacing the Boxer engines, which were now obsolete and no longer adaptable to the increasingly fading anti-pollution regulations. Later came a 120HP Twin Spark 1.6. In 1999 came a slight aesthetic restyling and a new 1.9 205HP diesel engine. The production ended in 2001 with the debut of the Alfa Romeo 147.
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๐ŸŽ๏ธ Alfa Romeo 146 (930)
๐Ÿ“ Italy
๐Ÿ› ๏ธ 1.3 4-cylinder Boxer 115NM 90HP
๐Ÿ’จ 12,8 seconds
๐Ÿ” 179km/h
๐Ÿ’ถ No longer on sale
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