Alfa Romeo Alfasud owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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|Alfa Romeo Alfasud & Alfasud Sprint Technical Spare Parts 1987 [PDF]||32.1Mb||Download|
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Alfa Romeo Alfasud background information
The Alfa Romeo Alfasud (types 901, 902 and 904) was a passenger car produced by Alfa Romeo between 1972 and 1984. Its name comes from being the first vehicle to be assembled in the new plant of the Neapolitan Alfasud vehicle construction company in Pomigliano de Arco, a new company resulting from the joint-venture between Alfa Romeo and Finmeccanica with public participation of the Italian state to develop the south of the country.
The coupé version called Alfasud Sprint (also known simply as Sprint) was introduced in 1976 and was produced until 1989. The Alfasud is the best-selling model in the history of Alfa Romeo with 1,017,387 copies produced.
The Alfasud was one of the first European compacts, presented two years before the Volkswagen Golf, and together with the Austin Allegro anticipated the concept of a European C-Segment vehicle -after the success of the slightly larger Simca 1100-. However, some of its characteristics, typical of the design of the Austrian engineer Rudolf Hruska who took charge of the Alfasud project from scratch, make the Alfasud a peculiar vehicle.
The most characteristic feature of the vehicle is its boxer engine with opposed cylinders located longitudinally in the engine compartment and with the brake discs at the output of the differential. Another characteristic of Alfa was the use of a rigid rear axle with a Watt mechanism to guide it. sideways.
On the other hand, its two-volume body with two or four side doors did not initially have a tailgate, but the rear window was fixed.
Presented in 1971 and with the first deliveries in 1972, it had two restylings in 1977 -second series- and 1980 -third series- that kept it on sale until the appearance of the Alfa Romeo 33.
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