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Alfa Romeo 164

Orlando Sentinel's view

By Richard Truett on March 24, 1994

The American market can be cruel. The French are gone. The British, Koreans and Japanese are struggling. The Germans and Swedish are slowly recovering. And the Italians, led by Alfa Romeo, are jus... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on February 25, 1991

As we pulled into the driveway, the garage door suddenly opened and the wife stood at the threshold with toolbox in hand. ``Saw you brought an Italian car home,`` she smirked. ``Figured you`d ... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on July 13, 1990

SOMETIMES, LOVING something is not enough, even when that somethingis as good as the 1991 Alfa Romeo 164 L.The trouble is the "why factor," as in: "Why should I pay so muchmoney for this, when I c... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

By Paul Dean on June 15, 1990

Alfa Romeo cars have always been considered the antipasto of real motoring--somewhat underpowered, certainly undersized, definitely underpriced and totally unappreciated. The 1991 Alfa Romeo 16... Read More