Alfa Romeo Sprint

The Alfa Romeo sprint was manufactured by Alfa Romeo Automobiles in between the years 1976-1989. A total of 116,552 units have been manufactured which were sold in Australia, Europe, New Zeeland and South Africa.

Up to 1983, the car was considered as Alfasud Sprint and later it was renamed as Alfa Romeo Sprint. The first models consisted of a 1.2 L Flat-4 engine with a capacity of 1286 cc that delivered an output power of 75 bhp. In the year 1983, a number of modifications have been done which included the plastic bumpers, headlamps, top and grille.

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The 1984 models were modified, which consisted of a new drum brakes and a 1.7 Boxer engine with a capacity of 1712 cc that delivered an output power of 114 bhp.

Design
The 1970 models measured 4.02 meters long with two lamps on the grille. The 1980 models consisted of 14 inch wheels which are covered with Michelin 340 mm tires and plastic side bumpers.

Interiors
The ignition key is located on the steering wheels left side and some switches for the rear window and rear fog are located at the middle console.

The engines used in the Alfa Romeo Sprint over the years are

1.2 L Boxer Flat-4 engine:
The capacity of this engine is about 1286 cc and delivered an output power of 75 bhp.

1.3 L Boxer Flat-4 engine:
The capacity of this engine is about 1351 cc and delivered an output power of 77 to 84 bhp.

1.5 L Boxer Flat-4 engine:
The capacity of this engine is about 1490 cc and delivered an output power of 84 to 105 bhp.

1.7 L Boxer Flat-4 engine:
The capacity of this engine is about 1712 cc and delivered an output power of 114 bhp.

Specifications

Vehicle Type: - 3-door coupe
Configuration: - Front Engine
Engine: - 1.2 L Flat-4, 1.3 L Flat-4, 1.5 L Flat-4 and 1.7 L Flat-4,
Transmission: - 5-Speed manual
Wheelbase: - 2455 mm
Width: - 1620 mm
Length: - 4024 mm
Height: - 1297 mm
Weight: - 2017 lb