Alfa Romeo MiTo and Giulietta get their warranty extended to five years

Article by Christian Andrei, on July 10, 2012

Alfa Romeo wants to give its retail customers further peace of mind and so it has extended its present three-year warranty by two more years through the MiTo and Giulietta product ranges. This report coincides with the launch of the Alfa MiTo TwinAir, which features the highly awarded 875cc twin-cylinder turbo engine with variable intake valve technology and sub-100g/km CO2 emissions.

The new extended warranty is composed of 36 months’ unlimited mileage warranty. It offers an extra 24 months’ mechanical warranty on all Alfa MiTo and Giulietta retail purchases. The added cover shields the model against manufacturer defects and component defects.

According to Damien Dally, Head of Brand, Alfa Romeo UK, the company’s strategy is to attract new customers, a formidable challenge considering that consumers are currently more cautious about taking risks and would rather stay away from new models.

He added that the Alfa Romeo brand has consistently had a “strong emotional pull” but he also has total confidence in its capabilities and believes that retail car buyers get “complete peace of mind” from the new extended five year warranty (which becomes available to retail customers starting on September 30). If you would want to take this vehicle out for a test drive, just go to or call 0844 870 0147 for further details.

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