The 2011 Alfa Romeo 159 Sedan comes in a variety of trims, including: the 197hp Alfa Romeo 159 1.8 TBi 16V, the 197hp Alfa Romeo 159 1.8 TBi 16V TI, the 197-hp Alfa Romeo 159 1.8 TBi 16V Turismo, the 134hp Alfa Romeo 159 2.0 JTDM 16V (136), the 168hp Alfa Romeo 159 2.0 JTDM 16V (170) ECO, the 168hp Alfa Romeo 159 JTDM 16V (170) Turismo Eco, and the 134-hp Alfa Romeo 159 2.0 JTDM 16V (170). All of these models were manufactured and sold in 2011 for the European market. For this review, we'll focus on the basic Alfa Romeo 159 Sedan, but we wanted to let you know all of the great options of the 159 that are available to you. On to the review: One of the Alfa's best attributes is its superior drivability. We're talking a really enjoyable drive. There's nothing quite like being behind the wheel of an Alfa Romeo luxury vehicle; it's almost like an out-of-body experience. Most of this enjoyable feeling comes from a stiff suspension setup-which is quite entertaining on smooth, curvy roads. However, if your daily drive includes bumpy roads or a ton of potholes, it can be a bit much. Still, we have to say, the 2011 159 just doesn't rattle like some Alfa Romeo models, and the drive is much smoother than previous versions of the vehicle. To conclude, if you are interested in the Alfa Romeo, you already know the reasons you should purchase it; the vehicle looks great, and it's fun to drive. Oh, and we forgot to mention the 159's great entertainment package, which includes a Blue&Me infotainment system and a RadioNav system. The sporty 159 comes four fresh equipment packages - a Comfort Pack, a Comfort Plus Pack, a Sport Pack, and TI Plus Pack. These are similar to the packages offered on Alfa Romeo's Giulietta and MiTo hatchbacks.