After the success of last year's 147 Collezione limited edition, Alfa Romeo is going to sell a new version of the car this year.
Available from February 9th in both three- and five-door versions, and with either the 1.6 petrol or 1.9 diesel engines (both of which produce 120bhp), the car will cost from £13,950 to £15,450. Model for model, that makes it some £500 more expensive than the existing Sport versions (the cheapest model in the current range), but given the extra the Collezione has over them, the new car looks like great value.
For example, it differs from the standard 147 models by coming in unique Ghiaccio White paint for the first time, as well as silver, red or black metallic finishes. It also has a rear spoiler, black wing mirrors and, for an extra £500 on white or red cars, the option of a black roof (which is now also available on all Alfa Red versions of the 147).
As well as that, the Collezione also has lowered suspension, a leather interior and exclusive 17-inch alloy wheels. And, like every 147, it has air conditioning and a CD player, as well as six airbags, ABS and an alarm.