2009 Alfa Romeo MiTo U.K. pricing starts at £10,975

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

The latest compact and sporty Alfa MiTo from Alfa Romeo will be available soon. All of the Alfa Romeo merchants in the United Kingdom will be displaying inert examples of the latest Alfa MiTo beginning in November, two months ahead of its planned official opening in the UK on January 24, 2009.

This is going to be the closest encounter with the car for thousands of fans of Alfa MiTo and Alfisti since its appearance at the British International Motor Show this year.

Even though the MiTo shares styling patterns with the Alfa 8C Competezione supercar, the MiTo has been equipped as standard technology that was not available previously in this category.

These consists of a special control system DNA (acronym for Dynamic, Normal, All Weather), which automatically regulate the reaction of the car subject to the driving habits and conditions, and LED rear lights.

The entry-level price tag for the Alfa MiTo 1.4 16V 95 hp Turismo is a head-turning £10,975 (€13,940 or $18,000), and more so since the older MiTo 1.3 JTDM Veloce is said to keep an enormous 47% of its original value after three years and more than 60,000 miles.

The fresh MiTo will appeal to both heads and hearts when its time comes. Orders for the new MiTo can be placed beginning the first of November with highly competitive financial deals available at the local Alfa Romeo dealerships.

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ALFA MiTo HITS UK SHOWROOMS

Alfa Romeo’s new, compact and sporty Alfa MiTo is coming to a dealer near you.

From the beginning of next month, every Alfa Romeo dealer in the UK will be exhibiting static examples of the company’s brand new Alfa MiTo, a full two months before its official UK launch on 24 January 2009.

For thousands of Alfa MiTo fans and Alfisti, this is the first chance to see the car at close quarters since its world debut at this year’s British International Motor Show.

Whilst sharing styling cues with the Alfa 8C Competizione supercar, the Alfa MiTo is also equipped as standard with features and technology not previously available in this segment. These include a special electronic control system DNA (Dynamic, Normal, All Weather), which adjusts the response of the car depending on driving style and conditions, and LED rear lights.

Together with an eye-catching price of £10,975 for the entry level Alfa MiTo 1.4 16V 95BHP Turismo, comes news that industry experts, CAP, expect the Alfa MiTo 1.3 JTDM Veloce to retain a massive 47% of its value after three years and 60,000 miles – the second highest in its segment. So the new MiTo is set to appeal to heads as well as hearts.

Those drivers wanting to be first behind the wheel of the Alfa MiTo next year can place orders from 1 November and take advantage of very competitive financial offers available at their local Alfa Romeo dealerships.

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