Alfa Romeo has taken the wraps off its new 156 and 156 GTA models. The company plans to offer the vehicles in Europe in sedan and wagon variants. While exterior styling remains true to the Alfa Romeo form, the front fascia provides a smoother flowing appearance. There’s also an increase in the subtle use of chrome on the exterior, with the front fascia air outlet and door handles surrounded by chrome accents. The new 156 and 156 GTA have gone through extensive changes in overall vehicle ...

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