Sedan or Saloon car is a design standard in luxury and executive car design. A Sedan is built in a typical 3 box luxury car design. The 3 box design refers to the special standard that includes the engine, passenger and cargo space in a car. The car’s design usually consist of an engine in the front, passenger seating area in the middle and the car’s extended cargo area in the rear. The 159 sedan was designed by the famous Giorgetto Giugiaro and was based on the experimental E-segment platform originally designed for the Alfa Romeo 166. The different variants of the 159 Sedan are listed below.
Launched on 1st January 2009, features a 1.9 liter Turbo F/INJ diesel engine and a 6 speed automatic suspension.
Launched on 1st of January 2009, the 2.4 JTD features a 2.4 liter Turbo F/INJ diesel engine and a 6 speed automatic suspension.
Launched on the 1st January 2009, the car is powered by a 1.7 liters Turbo MPFI engine and a 6 speed manual transmission.
Launched on the 1st January 2009, the Ti version features some major improvements to the engine’s performance and several additional features like wider and heavier wheels, and features like the Vehicle stability control etc.
Launched on 1st January 2009, the 3.2 V6 Ti included a heavier 3.2 liter V6 petrol engine and Ti trim level improved the cars features and handling.
The car was launched on the 1st of January 2009 and was powered by a 1.7 liter Turbo MPFI petrol engine and a 6 speed manual transmission. The Ti trim level significantly improved the car’s mechanics and handling along with various additional features like wider and heavier wheels and rims and Sports suspension etc.