1990 Alfa Romeo 75 1.6 from Finland
Front right hand side wheel bearing (at 100,000km).
Rubber mountings of gear box (at 120,000km).
Cardan joint (at 150,000km).
Left hand rubber mounting of engine (at 180,000km).
Fuel tank replaced because of rust (at 180,000km).
Shortcut in the back plate of fuse box - loose of headlights (at 180,000km).
Lower ball joints for front wheels (at 210,000km).
2 sets of break pads between 95,000km - 210,000km.
I have had the car now for 4.5 years. It has been very reliable all the time from 95,000km to the current 211,000km. This engine is naturally too small for the chassis, but with twin carburettors the sound is nice! It also uses a lot of fuel (10l/100km) and has a constant motor oil consumption (1l/1500km). Altogether I am still very happy with the car. After this Alfa it is very difficult to find a new car that I would like to buy.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 23rd November, 1999