2010 Alfa Romeo MiTo Turismo Sport

Alfa Romeo UK has unveiled the special edition MiTo Turismo Sport that will go on sale this month. This special edition is priced at £12,895 and will be offered in three exterior colors –Solid Black (as standard), Biancospino White, and the new Alfa Metallic Red.

The new Mito Turismo Sport will be offered with a choice of two engines: a 1.4 16V 95bhp petrol version and a 1.3 JTDM-2 95bhp MultiJet turbodiesel. Thanks to these two engines, the special edition will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 11.6 seconds.

Next to the list of impressive standard equipment found in the MiTo Turismo model (including air conditioning and state-of-the-art Alfa D.N.A technology), the new Alfa MiTo Turismo Sport special edition also gets 16" alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, cruise control, Blue & Me technology, fog lights, and a leather steering wheel incorporating audio and phone controls.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Alfa Romeo UK is welcoming a new special edition version of the sporty compact Alfa MiTo to its showrooms this month. Brimming with additional content and available from just £199 a month with a £1,000 deposit, the Alfa MiTo has never been so enticingly accessible.

The new Alfa MiTo Turismo Sport combines head-turning design, dynamic performance and engineering technology with an additional £1,610 worth of optional equipment – all from just £12,895 OTR.

To add to an already attractive package, customers can also take advantage of Alfa’s latest finance deal that delivers the MiTo Turismo Sport 1.4 16V 95bhp from just £199 a month with only a £1,000 deposit required.

The new sporting edition will be available in a choice of three visually arresting colours –Solid Black (as standard), Biancospino White or the new Alfa Metallic Red.

There is further choice to be had when it comes to engine power for the MiTo Turismo Sport.

The sprightly 1.4 16V 95bhp petrol version available from £12,895 OTR is joined by the acclaimed 1.3 JTDM-2 95bhp MultiJet turbodiesel, which is available from £14,410 (£219 a month with a £1000 deposit).

While the 95bhp 16V petrol engine provides a fun and engaging drive, the advanced second generation MultiJet turbodiesel engine -JTDM-2 -perfectly complements the Alfa MiTo philosophy of low emissions (112g/km of CO2) and fuel consumption (65.7mpg on the combined cycle) without compromising performance and driver satisfaction (0-62mph in 11.6 seconds).

On top of the already impressive standard equipment found in the MiTo Turismo; such as air conditioning and state-of-the-art Alfa D.N.A technology, the Alfa MiTo Turismo Sport special edition includes 16” alloy wheels, rear spoiler, cruise control, Blue & Me™ technology, fog lights and a leather steering wheel incorporating audio and phone controls.


9 comments:

If I’m going to judge this one with its looks well it is really stunning for me, it had the looks of a luxurious car, but I must agree that the engine is not really cool for it.

This Mito Turismo is really so noticeable on its exterior appearance because it looks very attractive on it sleek body paint and with its cute dimension. However, I wonder if what’s the engine specification of it?

The looks of it still have the angst that I want for my car, but I must say that the engine is not really impressive neither good for this kind of vehicle. Well, I think they should truly boost it more.

Turismo sport is looks so elegant in its sleek and cool body paint. This one is truly a very satisfying car, but I just noticed that it only had a poor engine specification.

Impressive appearance! I love the classy, luxurious and expensive looks of this MiTo Turismo Sport. I’m just kind of curious on what will be the interior of this looks like, and they are right it didn’t have and engine that suits for a sports car.

If I’m going to judge this one with its looks well it is really stunning for me, it had the looks of a luxurious car but I must agree that the engine is not really cool for it.

If Alfa still doesn’t get into super high horsepower i think its pointless to argue
between the RWD and AWD. And Alfa should make their concept interior a little but intact.

There is further choice to be had when it comes to engine power for the MiTo Turismo Sport.

This car is really good, even at the past years, a 250GTO is one of the most wanted cars out in the market.

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