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ALFA ROMEO MiTo   2016 2018
2016 2018

A new Alfa Romeo MiTo was introduced at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show coming with restyled bumpers, headlights, rims, exterior colors and other minor improvements to attract a younger demographic.
To accommodate the needs of customers who increasingly crave for new technology-friendly cars and connectivity with social channels, the New Mito comes with UConnect with 5” touchscreen complete with Bluetooth interface, Aux-in connector, USB port and voice controls. The trim levels have been revised as well as the engine range to offer better performance for less fuel.

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ALFA ROMEO MiTo   2013 2016
2013 2016

The Alfa Romeo MiTo introduced in 2014 featured minimal exterior design changes, but came with new technology a a new 2-cylinder engine.
The Alfa’s smallest model had a new grill frame, more exactly, a chrome-plated frame for the already iconic V-shaped grill.

The big update was represented by the turbocharged two-cylinder engine borrowed from Fiat.

While the MiTo was not a cheap vehicle for a car in the small segment, the 2-cylinder engine allowed Alfa Romeo to reduce the starting price with around $3000.

The new engine was a 0.9-liter producing 77 kW. While it might not sound a lot, the small car was design to be practical and agile within the city limits.

The Dynamic mode available allowed the driver to take full advantage of the 77 kW, the steering became more precise and the throttle response was quicker.

The Natural mode was designed for fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions.

The MiTos came with a standard start/stop technology and the new engine was recognised for the lowest CO2 emissions among the non-hybrid power plants. The combined fuel consumption was estimated at around 4.2L/100 km.

For a more engaging drive, a 1.4-liter engine that developed 99 kW was available fitted with a 5-speed manual transmission.

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ALFA ROMEO MiTo   2008 2013
2008 2013

The small and funkily designed MiTo reminded us of the Alfa’s 8C.
The great styling made the MiTo look more like a premium product with the chrome accents and the unique Alfa’s characteristic alloys.

The MiTo strongest rival was the BMW’s mini, thus Alfa had to equip the small vehicle with at least great technology, besides the beautiful design.

The interior was built with great attention to details, and even if lots of plastic surfaces were used, they had a good finish and looked well.

The cabin was also customisable, users having the option to add an assorted dashboard, and different upholstery finishes, as well as various trims available for both the headlamps and the taillights surrounds.

The MiTo came with a variety of engine options to choose from: a 1.4-liter with 95 hp, a 1.4 turbodiesel with 120 hp and 155 hp and two Diesel engines, a 1.3 JTDM with 90 hp, respectively, a 1.6-liter JTDM with 120 hp.

Safety wise, the MiTo was equipped with ABS, Anti Slip Regulation and Brake Assistant (all part of the Alfa’s Vehicle Dynamic Control system). Driver, passenger, front, windows and knee airbags were offered as standard.

The MiTo came in three trim levels: Turismo, Lusso and Veloce.

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