1991 Alfa Romeo 164

Alfa Romeo 164

The Alfa Romeo 164 (sometimes recognized as Type 164) is a four executive saloon that Alfa Romeo produced and sold from 1987 to 1998. It was designed by Pannarin and shared platforms and a number of other components with the Dodge Croma, Saab 9000, and Lancia Theme. The Alfa 90 and the opulent Alfa 6 were the 164’s forerunners. In 1998, the 164 was replaced by the 166 after a combined total of 273,857 pieces were produced.

The Growth Of Alfa Romeo:

To eventually compete against the Ford Granada and Opel Record (Vauxhall Carlton), as well as more expensive luxury cars by BMW and Mercedes-Benz in the form of the 5 Series and E-Class, respectively, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia, and Saab agreed to jointly develop an executive saloon based on their shared Type Four platform, or “Tipo 4” in Italian . The 164, which was eventually exhibited at the 1987 Frankfurt Auto Show and formally introduced a few months after Alfa Romeo was acquired by Fiat, was the last model to be created while the firm was still entirely independent.

Vehicle design:

The 164’s design was created by Enrico Fumia of Pannarins, with the first 1:1 scale model appearing in 1982.The Alfa Romeo Vivace concept car, displayed at the 1986 Turin Motors show, publicly debuted design cues that later influenced the styling of the Alfa Romeo GTV and Spider (916 series), introduced in 1994.

The 164 was the first to The Alfa Romeo take advantage of widespread computer-aided design, which was utilized to calculate structural stresses and produce a very stiff but still relatively light chassis. Because it was the latest of the four to go into production and shared a platform with the Lancia Theme, Fiat Croma, and Saab 9000, it had a unique front suspension geometry and the most distinctive appearance of the group. For instance, the side door panels on the other automobiles were all the same. The 164 featured the smallest opening to the 510-Litre capacity rear boot, yet still being quite large.

Due to the extensive use of galvanised steel for the frame and other body panels for the first time in the company’s history, the 164 also had a better overall build quality than earlier Alfas. Additionally, the vehicle had the most intricate wiring harness ever installed in an Alfa Romeo, which allowed for the installation of advanced (but notoriously problematic) electronics. 

For instance, it included three onboard computers: one for the engine management, one for the instrumentation, and one for the air conditioning, which shared a multiple-mode programmed Automation techniques Z80-class microcontroller to operate the dashboard. A sophisticated check-panel and a comprehensive range of gauges were part of the equipment.

1991 Alfa Romeo 164 Engines:

The 2.0 L Dual Inspire insert engine with two fuel injectors per cylinder served as the 164’s standard engine. Aside from that, this engine was remarkable for having an induction valve blade-type system and a two-stage valve timing mechanism (before Honda’s VTEC), both targeted at enhancing low-end torque.

The Twin Spark’s engine was a 2.0 L block that had previously been used in road and race cars by Alfa since the 1930s. The engine included chain-driven DOHC cylinder heads, a single cooling fan, a generator belt, better reliability, and less parasitic friction in addition to fuel injection that was managed by a Bosch Automatically sync system. In order to obtain a weight distribution that is close to 50:50, the battery of all 164s was put in the trunk.

The Car’s View:

The automobile is white in color. White frequently conjures images of simplicity, cleanliness, and purity. The vehicle has such a nice, pure appearance. One of some people’s goals is to get a high-quality vehicle for a very reasonable price. I can assure you that there is no other method for you to receive a product of this quality. This vehicle seems like a roomy luxury vehicle.

In order to purchase a vehicle of this 1991 Alfa Romeo 164 They contain exceptional qualities. Sitting on the couch is costly and comfortable. We go on vacation as a family. This kind of vehicle is really pretty comfy and soothing. You must make this choice, I can promise you that. Additionally, the seat cushions appear to be incredibly luxurious and comfortable. The automobile costs a relatively low price of $5,988. Overall frequency of the car is Mileage 97,173 mi. An Alfa Romeo with transversely mounted tires earns 28 MPG mixed. Over the course of seven days, the Alfa Romeo Giulia uses just over eight gallons, which is around 53% of a full tank of fuel. An Yamaha Romeo achieves 26 Fuel economy if they order the car with all-wheel drive.

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