Facelifted Alfa Romeo Mito launched
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Alfa Romeo has updated its Mito supermini, with brand-new specs, tweaked design along with more technology
The Alfa Romeo Mito has been updated, along with is actually at in which point on sale from the UK.
The Mito, which is actually at in which point the oldest car from the Alfa Romeo line-up, has been given a styling refresh, including brand-new grilles, revised rear bumpers along with brand-new alloy wheel designs.
Under the bonnet, the 1.3-litre JTDM-2 diesel engine has been updated to provide increased performance along with lower CO2 emissions; Alfa claims 94bhp along with 89g/km for the engine.
The specs of the Mito have been updated, too; some trim levels on the automobile at in which point match those of the Giulietta along with Giulia, with the entry-level trim taking no name although the design name, followed by Super, Speciale along with Veloce.
The entry-level car at in which point gets a driving mode selector along having a 5.0in touchscreen infotainment display with Bluetooth along with DAB radio as standard.
Alfa’s range-topping Quadrifoglio Verde trim on the Mito has been replaced by Veloce. in which leaves a space at the top end of the range for an Audi S1-rivalling Mito Quadrifoglio, as the brand continues to push its performance-oriented Giulia along with Stelvio Quadrifoglio versions, the latter of which will be revealed at the Paris motor show.
The hottest variation of the Mito is actually the 168bhp, £20,500 Veloce 1.4 Multiair. When equipped with Alfa’s paddle-operated TCT transmission, the automobile gets to 62mph in 7.3sec, on the way to 136mph; in which’s only 0.4sec along with 3mph slower than a Ford Fiesta ST, although the Mito is actually more than £2600 more expensive.
A full-fat Quadrifoglio hot hatch would likely be positioned closer to an Audi S1 in terms of cost along with performance, although in which’s unclear if in which is actually on the cards; there’s no Quadrifoglio-badged Giulietta.
the automobile’s name badge at in which point bears the same script as the Giulia along with Giulietta too, suggesting in which Alfa is actually trying to make its range more cohesive.
The brand-new Mito at in which point starts via £12,960, along with is actually already available to order. Range-topping Veloce trim starts at £17,110 with the two-cylinder 875cc Twinair engine.
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