- Manufacturer: Alfa Romeo
- Model: MiTo
- The year of production: of 2008.
- Variants: 3-door hatchback
- Length: 4060 mm
- Width: 1720 mm
- Height: 1440 mm
- Luggage capacity: 270 L
- Curb weight: 1090 Kg
- Wheelbase: 2511 mm
Advantages - Alfa Romeo MiTo
- Large selection of engines
- DNA system
Mane - Alfa Romeo MiTo
- Poorly insulated interior
- At low temperatures, the pipes for the delivery of the glass washer fluid may burst
- Less visibility in the back
- Common issues with a six-speed manual transmission where driving noise and difficult change to first, second, or reverse
- In the case of gasoline, there is a lack of steering precision
- Crunch when lifting passenger glass
- In some models, damaged cable insulation under the bonnet is noticeable
- With diesel engines, the DPF filter becomes clogged if the car is driven predominantly in the city
- Factory labels on the doors and the boot cause the paint to fade underneath
- Gasoline engines have increased oil consumption
- Rear shock absorbers tend to release oil
- Intense rusting of the exhaust pot
- With the model until 2011, water condensation in the rear headlights
- With initial models (until 2009), the battery is suddenly discharged
- Increased front tire consumption
Alfa Romeo MiTo is a three-door luxury supermini made since 2008. It was named after the locations where it was produced, Milan and Turin. Alfa Romeo MiTo is nbased on the Fiat Grande Punto, most noticeable in its wheelbase of 251cm.
Design Alfa Romeo MiTo is attractive and dynamic, and is the result of awards by the Croatian automotive design industry, whose winner was 2008.
Along the way, the DNA system whose switch is located next to the transmission takes care of complete comfort and safety, which regulates vehicle control in three possible ways. Dynamic, Normal and All Weather.
Normal is intended for mostly city driving, with lots of stops. The steering wheel and pedals are soft, but because of the slightly smaller wheelbase, every hole in the road is felt.
When you change mode to Dynamic, the car changes its wonder completely. The steering wheel and suspension become stiffer and the throttle response is faster and more aggressive. Dynamic Driving mode is ideal for winding open, curvy roads out of town.
All Weather mode is the most ideal mode of operation in adverse weather conditions such as rain and snow and the opposite is the mode of Dynamic, therefore, all necessary systems are switched on to maximize vehicle control and prevent it from slipping. The engine power is damped and the throttle response is weaker.
Interior comfort is average. The front sporty profiled seats are comfortable, with the ability to adjust them in all directions and adjust the steering wheel in height and depth for optimum driver visibility on the road.
The rear seats, as with most such cars, are best suited for shorter journeys.
The quality of the materials and the finish are also high, so even after a few years the traces of use are not visible, of course, with regular maintenance.
Of the gasoline engines we offer 0.9 TwinAir 85hp, 1.4MPI 78,95 and 105hp and 1.4TB 120, 135, 155 and 170hp.
The combined fuel consumption of these engines is 5.5-6.1L / 100km.
Diesel engines offer 1.3JTDs of 85, 90 and 95hp and 1.6JTDs of 120hp.
The combined fuel consumption of these engines is 3.5-4.8L / 100km.
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