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Alfa Romeo Car Servicing - Alfa Romeo Garage - Alfa Romeo Mechanic

Here at Valley Car servicing we offer a quality, professional service from local friendly and experienced car mechanics.

Our Prices

Model Details Interim Service A
(Inc. VAT)
Full Service B
(Inc. VAT)
145 All £110.00 £170.00
146 All £110.00 £170.00
147 1 - 1.6 ltr £126.00 £195.00
147 1.8 - 3.5 ltr £134.00 £194.00
155 All £110.00 £170.00
156 All £126.00 £195.00
159 Diesel £135.00 £245.00
159 Petrol £135.00 £195.00
164 All £126.00 £195.00
166 All £110.00 £170.00
33 All £110.00 £170.00
75 All £110.00 £170.00
Brera All £134.00 £215.00
GT All £126.00 £190.00
GTV 1.8 - 2 ltr £110.00 £170.00
SPIDER All £110.00 £170.00
Sprint All £110.00 £170.00
SZ All £110.00 £170.00

Add an MOT for just £49

Our Alfa Romeo Service

As a local fully fitted professional garage, we pride ourselves on offering our clients the highest possible level of customer satisfaction.

Our service includes free collection and delivery of your Alfa Romeo at your chosen time and place.

Our experienced and fully qualified mechanics check all cars from top to bottom to make sure the entire car is mechanically sound in every way.  

Free valet.

On completion of services your Alfa Romeo service book will be stamped and kept fully compliant with your car's warranty


On average our customers save around 60% on main Alfa Romeo dealer prices with the same or better level of service, not forgetting the convenience of not needing to take your car into a Alfa Romeo garage.


All of our Alfa Romeo parts come with a full 12 months parts and labour warranty for the same peace of mind you would expect from any Alfa Romeo main dealer  

Our costs

Our Alfa Romeo service prices are exactly as stated in the above chart with no hidden charges or extras. All other work is done on quotation and clients are made fully aware of the exact price before work is carried out on their vehicle. 

To book or enquire about our Alfa Romeo service please call our friendly staff
Tel: 01737 372 780


The History of Alfa Romeo

Current models

Alfa Romeo MiTo
The  Alfa Romeo MiTo is a three door sporty supermini  Alfa Romeo officially introduced on 19 June 2008 in Castello Sforzesco in Milan, the Alfa Romeo MiTo international introduction was at British Motor Show in 2008.Alfa Romeo.

Alfa Romeo 159
Current mid-size saloon, introduced in production form at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. The 159 is available with four different petrol engines and three diesels. 159 Sportwagon is an estate version of this car. Was launched in 2005 to replace the 156.

Alfa Romeo GT
Front-wheel drive, Bertone designed, coupe'. The GT was introduced in 2004 and is based on the 156 sedan, which ceased production the following year. Engine options include three petrol versions (1.8L, 2.0L, 3.2L V6), the 3.2L V6 has been discontinued in some countries, but is still available in others and one turbo-charged diesel (1.9L) version. Interior is based heavily on the 147.

Alfa Romeo Brera
The car is a 2+2 coupe designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and manufactured by Pininfarina. It was originally introduced as a concept car at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show, and was launched in 2005 as successor to the decade-old GTV. The production version maintained the exterior appearance almost exactly but on a smaller scale.

Alfa Romeo Spider
A roadster variant of Brera coupe was introduced at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show. The car replaced the Spider 916 model, introduced in 1995. Pininfarina assembles this car alongside the Brera in San Giorgio Canavese, Italy.

[edit] Future models

Alfa Romeo Giulietta (Expected-2010)
Alfa Romeo Giulia (Expected-2011)
Alfa Romeo 169 (Expected-2011)
C Crossover (Expected-2010)
[edit] Historic models

6C Gran Sport (1931)

8C 2300 (1931)

2600 Touring Spider (1961)

GT Junior (1965)

GTV6 (1980)

Spider (1992)

156 (1997)

The company that became Alfa Romeo was founded as Società Anonima Italiana Darracq (SAID) in 1906 by the French automobile firm of Alexandre Darracq, with some Italian investors. One of them, Cavaliere Ugo Stella, an aristocrat from Milan, became chairman of the SAID in 1909. The firm's initial location was in Naples, but even before the construction of the planned factory had started, Darracq decided late in 1906 that Milan would be a more suitable location and accordingly a tract of land was acquired in the Milan suburb of Portello, where a new factory of 6,700 square metres (8,000 sq yd) was erected. Late 1909, the Italian Darracq cars were selling slowly and Stella, with the other Italian co-investors, founded a new company named A.L.F.A. (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili), initially still in partnership with Darracq. The first non-Darracq car produced by company was the 1910 24 HP, designed by Giuseppe Merosi, hired in 1909 for designing new cars more suitable to the Italian market. Merosi would go on to design a series of new A.L.F.A. cars, with more powerful engines (40-60 HP). A.L.F.A. also ventured into motor racing, drivers Franchini and Ronzoni competing in the 1911 Targa Florio with two 24 HP models. In 1914, an advanced Grand Prix car was designed and built, the GP1914 which featured a four cylinder, double overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and twin ignition. However, the onset of World War I halted automobile production at A.L.F.A. for three years.

In August 1915 the company came under the direction of Neapolitan entrepreneur Nicola Romeo, who converted the factory to produce military hardware for the Italian and Allied war efforts. Munitions, aircraft engines and other components, compressors and generators based on the company's existing car engines were produced in a vastly enlarged factory during the war. When the war was over, Romeo invested his war profits in acquiring locomotive and railways carriage plants in Saronno (Costruzioni Meccaniche di Saronno), Rome (Officine Meccaniche di Roma)and Naples (Officine Ferroviarie Meridionali), which were added to his A.L.F.A. ownership. Car production had not been considered at first, but resumed in 1919 since parts for the completion of 105 cars were still lying at the A.L.F.A. factory since 1915. In 1920, the name of the company was changed to Alfa Romeo with the Torpedo 20-30 HP becoming the first car to be badged as such. Their first success came in 1920 when Giuseppe Campari won at Mugello and continued with second place in the Targa Florio driven by Enzo Ferrari. Giuseppe Merosi continued as head designer, and the company continued to produce solid road cars as well as successful race cars (including the 40-60 HP and the RL Targa Florio).

In 1923 Vittorio Jano was lured away from Fiat, partly thanks to the persuasion of a young Alfa racing driver named Enzo Ferrari, to replace Merosi as chief designer at Alfa Romeo. The first Alfa Romeo under Jano was the P2 Grand Prix car, which won Alfa Romeo the inaugural world championship for Grand Prix cars in 1925. For Alfa road cars Jano developed a series of small-to-medium-displacement 4, 6, and 8 cylinder inline power plants based on the P2 unit that established the classic architecture of Alfa engines, with light alloy construction, hemispherical combustion chambers, centrally-located plugs, two rows of overhead valves per cylinder bank and dual overhead cams. Jano's designs proved to be both reliable and powerful.

Enzo Ferrari proved to be a better team manager than driver, and when the factory team was privatised, it then became Scuderia Ferrari. When Ferrari left Alfa Romeo, he went on to build his own cars. Tazio Nuvolari often drove for Alfa, winning many races prior to World War II.

In 1928 Nicola Romeo left, with Alfa going broke after defense contracts ended, and in the end of 1932 Alfa Romeo was rescued by the government, which then had effective control. Alfa became an instrument of Mussolini's Italy, a national emblem. During this period Alfa Romeo built bespoke vehicles for the wealthy, with the bodies normally built by Touring of Milan or Pinin Farina. This was the era that peaked with the legendary Alfa Romeo 2900B Type 35 racers.

The Alfa factory (converted during wartime to the production of Macchi C.202 Folgore engines) was bombed during World War II, and struggled to return to profitability after the war. The luxury vehicles were out. Smaller mass-produced vehicles began to be produced in Alfa's factories beginning with the 1954 model year, with the introduction of the Giulietta series of berline (saloons/sedans), coupes and open two-seaters. All three varieties shared what would become the classic Alfa Romeo overhead Twin Cam four cylinder engine, initially in 1300 cc form. This engine would eventually be enlarged to 2 liters (2000 cc) and would remain in production through 1995.


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