Alfa Romeos are seeing somewhat of resurgence in recent years, long gone are the days of poor build quality, workmanship and reliability. They are some of the most unique looking cars available. At a time when other manufacturers are sharing platforms and body shells producing cars that look almost identical to one another.
Alfa seem to have worked on the design of their cars over the past decade and really are producing drivers cars, with just as much thought put into the interior as the exterior.
Some of the recent launches such as the Mito and Guilietta really have captured the imagination, with distinctive styling that really is up there with the class leaders.
This is all good news if you are thinking of selling your Alfa Romeo, whether that be a 156, GT Coupe the 159 they are sure to be in high demand.
White is the new Black so if you had the foresight a few years ago to buy a white Alfa when everyone else was buying black, you could well be inundated with offers for your car. Obviously the Red option is forever a popular choice and will help the residual values of your car.
Don't just take our word for it, to quote Jeremy Clarkson "Do not pretend the 159 isn't there next time you want a mid-range four-door saloon because that would be a mistake. A bad one. First of all, it is exactly one million times better looking than a BMW 3-series. And with those triple headlamps, and perfect proportions, at least half a million times better looking than any rivals from Audi, Mercedes or Jaguar."
Mr Clarkson went on to say how good the interior was and was equally enthusiastic about the performance of the engines.
So whether you're looking to sell your Alfa Romeo or thinking of buying an Alfa Romeo there couldn't be a better time.