Used Alfa Romeo GTV cars for sale

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Alfa Romeo GTV

3.2 V6 24v Lusso 2-Door

£9,490
2003(R)
£187.77 per month
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  • 91,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 3.2L
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Alfa Romeo GTV

2.0 JTS Lusso - (only 3 former keepers from new) 2-Door

 
£2,995
2004(04)
 
 
  • 64,074
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Alfa Romeo GTV

2.0 JTS Lusso 2-Door

£3,990
2003(03)
£68.84 per month
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  • 72,000
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  • 2L
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Second-Hand Alfa Romeo GTV

Used Alfa Romeo GTV
The Alfa GTV was made between 1995 and 2006 and came in two distinct versions: the 2+2 coupe and the two-seater cabriolet model that is generally known as the Spider. Both versions were introduced at the Geneva Motor Show of 1995 and were then also referred to as the Alfa Romeo 916. Production of the Alfa Romeo GTV was discontinued in 2005 when it was replaced by the Brera, while production of the Spider carried on for one more year. This is why you’re likely to pick up a used Alfa Romeo GTV for a great price.

What You Get
The GTV was also produced in several limited-edition versions. The GTV Cup was a sporty version of which only 180 were produced from 2001 until 2002. Also during this period, an Edizione Sportiva version was produced that featured leather upholstery and red carpets in addition to 17-inch alloy wheels. The Edizione Elegante was a particularly limited edition produced in 2002 that was only available in metallic black with either black/grey or black/red two-tone interior. A used GTV is equipped with things such as power steering, driver and passenger airbag, ABS and air conditioning as standard.

How it Drives
Originally the Alfa Romeo GTV was offered in both a 2.0-litre TS version and a 2.0-litre V6 Turbo version. However, in 1997, a new 3.0-litre V6 24 valve version was introduced that also included an upgrade to the braking system. A 3-spoke steering wheel was also included with the 1997 model. The GTV is not particularly suited to bumpy roads, though it handles much better on smooth tarmac. Though it may feel like a fairly stiff drive, it is a fabulous car overall.

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