The New Alfa Romeo Mito debuted at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The model is reasserting itself in many ways, while maintaining its position as small sports car capable of winning over customers attracted by its Italian style and technical excellence offering maximum driving satisfaction in total safety.
Sold across Europe from the second half of the year and targeting a young, dynamic clientele, the New Mito revamped its looks by presenting an unprecedented grille and a strong family resemblance to the captivating Giulia. Additionally, after débuting on the Giulia, the refreshed brand logo and new name lettering are affixed to the compact Alfa Romeo for the first time.
An additional affinity with the Giulia model is range rationalisation. The line-up now includes three trim levels (Mito, Super and Veloce) and two specific packs (Veloce and Lusso).
Nine body colours, including the brand-new pastel white, and no fewer than eight different alloy wheels (including three new 16″, 17″ and 18″ patterns),complete a line-up that will allow customers to pick the version of the New Mito most suited to their inclinations and needs. Additionally, depending on the trim levels and on the country of purchase, specific packs are available (Style, Comfort and Visibility) that group together the most popular equipment, for significant savings.
There are news in terms of engine versions too, with the unprecedented 95 HP 1.3 MultiJet which stands out for its brilliant temperament, high fuel economy and low emissions. All this without compromising on performance: 180 km/h top speed and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 12.5 seconds. The extensive line-up is thus supplemented, already featuring the 78 HP 1.4-litre engine, the 140 HP or 170 HP 1.4-litre MultiAir Turbo petrol engines (both with TCT automatic transmission), the 105 HP 0.9-litre Turbo TwinAir and the 120 HP 1.4-litre LPG Turbo.
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