Alfetta Register

Registrar: Alex Jupe


The Alfa Romeo Alfetta (Tipo 116) is a front-engine, five-passenger sallon car manufactured from 1972-1987 with a production total over 400,000.

The Alfetta was noted for the rear position of its transaxle (clutch and transmission) and its De Dion tube rear suspension.  The Alfetta saloon was launched in 1972, with a 1.8-litre four-cylinder as a three-box, four-door, five-passenger saloon (“Berlina” in Italian) designed in-house by Centro Stile Alfa Romeo.

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