Alfa Romeo has launched the Alfa MiTo Live, a new limited edition of 250, that combines safety and technology with a passion for music.
The Alfa MiTo, which has achieved a 5 star Euro NCAP safety rating, has been created for drivers who love to stay connected and entertained on the move. It comes fitted with a high fidelity BOSE® sound system and Pioneer’s innovative AppRadio™ system which lets users connect and access their smartphone’s apps through a seven-inch multi-touch screen.
Powered by the multi-award-winning TwinAir Turbo petrol engine, the Alfa MiTo Live combines impressive fuel economy with low (98g/km) CO2 emissions. Aimed at 17-25 year old drivers, the Alfa MiTo Live, which is insurance group 9, will also be offered with optional Marmalade telematics based cover, potentially reducing insurance premiums by up to 50 per cent.
Alfa MiTo Live is finished in Alfa Red special paint and comes with contrasting gloss black roof, wing mirrors and door handles. The limited edition is fitted as standard with 17” titanium Sport alloy wheels. A sporty rear bumper, spoiler, carbon look dash, tinted windows, and titanium grey surrounds on the lights add to the dynamic features.
The Alfa MiTo Live is powered by the dynamic and efficient 85 bhp TwinAir engine, an 875cc twin-cylinder turbo powerplant that delivers an impressive 67.3mpg over a combined cycle with just 98g/km CO2 emissions. Thanks to the efficiency of the drivetrain, the TwinAir powered MiTo qualifies for zero road tax and congestion charge exemption.
The MiTo Live delivers precise handling with the Alfa MiTo’s signature D.N.A. switch for three driving modes and enhanced control with VDC (ABS + ASR + Brake Assist) and hill holder and electronic Q2.
The Alfa MiTo Live is priced from just £16,590 OTR with extras including stylish 17” alloy wheels and rear tinted windows. Competitive financing packages on hire purchase start from 0% with 45% deposit required.
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