Alfa adds a new Turismo Sport trim level to the Mito range

Alfa Romeo has added a new limited edition trim level to the Mito range: Turismo Sport.

Alfa Romeo Mito Turismo Sport models come with £1610 worth of optional equipment over standard Turismo models for a £450 premium. This extra kit includes 16-inch alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, cruise control, Blue&Me connectivity technology, fog lights and a leather steering wheel incorporating audio and phone controls.

The 95bhp 1.4 16V petrol engine comes as standard, costing from £12,895, and is joined by the 95bhp 1.3 JTDM-2 Multijet turbodiesel, which is available from £14,410.

The second-generation Multijet turbodiesel engine helps the Turismo Sport get from 0-62mph in 11.6 seconds; it has CO2 emissions of 112g/km and combined fuel economy of 65.7mpg.

The special is available in a choice of three colours: Solid Black (as standard), Biancospino White or the new Alfa Metallic Red.

Our Verdict

The Alfa Romeo Mito
The Mito is Alfa Romeo’s first true supermini since the Alfasud

The Alfa Romeo Mito is a usable, fun package, but the DNA system frustrates

Join the debate


13 August 2010

The more I see of the Mito on the road, the more I like them.

13 August 2010

+1 - just waiting to see my first Giulietta

13 August 2010

Ive always liked them, I just wished they they were better to drive. its why I bought a MINI instead. biggest disappointment ever :(

13 August 2010

[quote Walking]+1 - just waiting to see my first Giulietta[/quote] +1

13 August 2010

[quote superstevie]Ive always liked them, I just wished they they were better to drive. its why I bought a MINI instead. biggest disappointment ever :([/quote]

+ 1 Great looking - flawed everywhere else. Just not up to scratch

13 August 2010

[quote superstevie]Ive always liked them[/quote]

+ another one.

But I just wish they had a better dealer network. I hear things have improved, but I'm still not willing to trust a small high tech Italian car unless I know the reliability and back-up are up to scratch.

13 August 2010

Why doesn't Autocar ever have a fleet Alfa ? really interested in the Mito but put off by Alfa's track record on reliability and dealer network.

Interesting to see if things have changed.

13 August 2010

If I was looking for a small supermini at the moment I would get the Mito, its much nicer then the fiesta, corsa, Polo and usual suspects. I could even live with knowing its a fiat !

13 August 2010

i love the little MiTo, but its a bit too expensive for what it is, & sales are not great, Alfa need to address this. That said if i were in the market to replace my 166, i'd probably bite a dealers arm off to get one!

15 August 2010

[quote Autocar]Alfa Romeo has added a new limited edition trim level to the Mito range: Turismo Sport.

I had a look over the Mito at an Alfa Romeo dealer and it seems a good car and even the Junior spec seems fine. It looks well "in the flesh" and is probably better value than a Fiesta. I suppose if you're prepared to keep it a reasonable time, it makes sense. Depreciation will probably be horrendous, but the up-side is that you will have a car that looks like it's much more expensive than it is and it probably makes better sense to keep it, enjoy it and not be tempted by every new car that comes along. Since the Lancia Ypsilon will never be available in the UK, this is probably my only hope for an Italian car which is affordable and looks good.


Add your comment

Log in or register to post comments

Find an Autocar car review

Driven this week

  • 2016 Audi A3 Sportback e-tron UK review
    First Drive
    29 September 2016
    First UK drive finds the facelifted A3 Sportback e-tron remains a first-rate plug-in hybrid that is packed with tech if a little short on driver appeal
  • Citroen C11.2 Puretech 82 Furio
    First Drive
    29 September 2016
    Citroën's city car gets a new sporty-looking trim level, adding visual adornments, but no premium for the 1.2-litre Puretech triple we're driving
  • Mercedes C350e Sport
    First Drive
    28 September 2016
    Petrol-electric C-Class is a surprisingly well-priced alternative to a diesel but not the greatest example of the new ‘PHEV’ breed
  • Car review
    23 September 2016
    Aston kicks off its ‘second century plan’ with an all-new turbo V12 grand tourer
  • Ford Ka+ 1.2 Ti-VCT 85
    First Drive
    22 September 2016
    A rounded, refined and well-sorted bargain supermini – once you’re used to the confusing role redefinition imposed on the once-cheeky Ka