The Alfa Workshop, specialist Alfa Romeo garage and web site
We hope that you enjoy looking through our site which is designed to help you as much as possible with your Alfa Romeo ownership, beyond the information about us and what we offer, we hope we have built the site into what has become the primary Alfa Romeo resource on the web. We aim to provide you with technical articles, help with maintenance and parts and much, much more. We will be adding a couple of new articles every month, so bookmark us or sign up to our newsletter and we will always have something new for you on your return.
The Alfa Workshop has organised this site so it is easy to navigate and we have plenty of free services, advice and information available, please use our free car sales service which compliments our existing buyers guides. While our diagnostic guides and forecourt information should be able to help out with some of those day to day maintenance issues, while our parts department should be able to provide you with the appropriate parts you need. If you find our content of particular value, please spread the word by posting links to those pages directly, or our site generally, where appropriate.
In order to access your personal area of our web site, click on the "selling your car for free" banner on the left hand side of this screen and follow the instructions on the next page.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM ALFA ROMEO
As of 13/11/2006 the official service interval on cambelts on 1.6l, 1.8l, 2.0l Twin Spark engines and 2.0l JTS engines in all models has been reduced to 36,000 miles or 3 years, whichever is sooner.
Recent Alfa Romeo Articles:
|01/10/14 Alfa Romeo Alfasud Sprint Review||30/09/14 Alfa Romeo Giulia GT/GTV Review Alfa Romeo Giulia GT/GTV Review|
|04/09/14 Alfa Romeo 4C A review of the details available about the Alfa Romeo 4C, now officially launched at the Geneva Show||12/05/14 Alfa Romeo GTV Review History and review of Alfa Romeo's iconic 916 GTV by Alfaworkshop's Jamie Porter|
|26/03/14 Alfa Romeo 147 Review A review of Alfa Romeo's 147 with a brief history and technical overview||22/01/14 Alfa Romeo 75 Review The Alfa 75 is one of classic Alfa Romeos to drive, it was also by far the best of the Alfetta chassised cars, the almost perfect weight distribution was complimented by comparable improvements in the chassis|
|06/01/14 Alfa 4C service schedule Work involved at each service interval for the Alfa Romeo 4C||24/10/13 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Alfa Romeo may just produce a Spider version of the stunning 4C, details have not yet been released by Alfa but.....|