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Alfa adds a new Turismo Sport trim level to the Mito range
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13 August 2010

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.

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sniper one 17 August 2010

Re: Alfa expands Mito range

i should add that i dont include steve cropley in these critisisms......he seems to give very car maker a fair crack of the whip,unlike many of his fellow scribes and i trust his assessment of a new car more than any of them....just a shame he cant seem to use his influence on the long term cars as im sure he'd run a hot alfa or abarth without hesitation.

Jon Hardcastle 17 August 2010

Re: Alfa expands Mito range

sniper one wrote:
In fact the mito has better depreciation than almost all supermini's bar the mini..........as usual the urban myth re alfa's continue whilst vauxhalls,ford and peugeots are never mentioned despite being far,far worse than alfa's in this respect. With regards to having alfa's on the autocar fleet i was given an absolute drubbing by messers steve sutcliffe for having the temerity to challenge this also.It would appear that 'fiat and alfa' are not big enough companies according to king sutters......no chance of autocar actually leasing a car themselves then and letting us italian enthusiasts have a chance to follow a long term car....anyway why bother when their friends at ford and mercedes are always there to supply them with an endless supply of cars to take home and show off to their neighbours in?

+1 to above.

The Mito is a great looking car inside and out. Modern day Alfa ownership is no problem and so what if the Mito shares it's chassis with a Fiat, it's the way things are these days. Time to get over the past and look to the future. No one builds a bad car these days........ not even Audi and BMW :-)

sniper one 17 August 2010

Re: Alfa expands Mito range

In fact the mito has better depreciation than almost all supermini's bar the mini..........as usual the urban myth re alfa's continue whilst vauxhalls,ford and peugeots are never mentioned despite being far,far worse than alfa's in this respect. With regards to having alfa's on the autocar fleet i was given an absolute drubbing by messers steve sutcliffe for having the temerity to challenge this also.It would appear that 'fiat and alfa' are not big enough companies according to king sutters......no chance of autocar actually leasing a car themselves then and letting us italian enthusiasts have a chance to follow a long term car....anyway why bother when their friends at ford and mercedes are always there to supply them with an endless supply of cars to take home and show off to their neighbours in?

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