Alfa 159 Sportwagon to Debut in Geneva

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It's been nearly a year since Alfa Romeo launched its 156-replacement sedan, the 159, at the Geneva motor show in 2005, alongside the Brera concept that became its coupe sibling. This year in Geneva, Alfa's rolling out its 159 Sportwagon alongside the Brera Spider (upstage much?). With that unmistakable Giugiaro-penned nosecone, the 159 is no less a part of the family lookswise, and shares the same 15.3 feet in length and most mechanicals with the sedan, including a range of gas and Multijet diesel engines, six-speed tranny and double wishbone/multilink front/rear suspension. More photos after the jump.

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