2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo: The Car That Is Conceived For The Millennials

Mar 29, 2017 04:07 PM EDT | Ivy Lebanan

Drivers looking for a technology-friendly car that at the same time can accommodate their traveling needs, the 2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo is all set for that. MiTo is reasserting itself in many ways while maintaining its capabilities in winning over customers especially those who are attracted to an Italian style vehicle with technical excellence.

The all new Alfa Romeo model has revamped its image with its unique grille with a strong resemblance from the enchanting Giulia. Inside the car's cabin shows a dull environment with its new seats made from dark colored materials. Its new style components are combined with an exhaustive hardware standard that incorporates atmosphere control in manual, Alfa DNA selector with Q2 electronic differential and DST, ESC frameworks with ASR and Hill Holder, and seven airbags.

The 2017 Alfa Romeo MiTo also comes with a UConnect system. It features a 5 inches touchscreen that is complete with Bluetooth connectivity, Aux connector, USB port, and voice control. The said feature supports a service that keeps the drivers as well as the passengers connected to multiple applications just like the social media sites and over 100,000 internet radio stations online with the use of a smartphone.

The model's line-up is now incorporating three trim levels, the MiTo, Super, and Veloce. First of the trim levels stands out with its new nose embellished by headlights along with burnished surrounds, door handles in satin, 16 inches wheels, and colored body mirror caps.

As for the Super trim level, it is packed with more content. In addition to the generous standard equipment supplied with the first trim level, customers can request to equip their MiTo Super with an automatic climate control and fine leather seat upholstery in black, tobacco, and the eye-catching red.

Meanwhile, the 2017 Alfa Romeo Veloce trim level showcases a bolder look and technical racing features. Veloce's features all comes in sports from its suspensions, set-up, rear bumper, double exhaust pipe, and 17 inches alloy wheels with an oversized Brembo system for the brakes.

When it comes to the engine, there are new versions too. The car's original 95 hp 1.3 Multijet stands out with its exceptional temperament, low emissions, and high fuel economy. Without compromising the car's performance, it has an 180 km/h as the top speed and 0 to 100 km/h acceleration in a span of 12.5 seconds.

The brand's line-up is well supplemented with engines. It features a 78 hp 1.4-liter engine, 140 to 170 hp with the 1.4-liter MultiAir Turbo petrol engines both in an automatic transmission, and the 105 hp 0.9-liter TwinAir Turbo engine, and the 1.4 liter LPG turbo engine with 120 hp.

 

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