Alfa Romeo Hatches Hot Mito Offer


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LONDON – Nov 14, 2013: In 1923 an Alfa Romeo racing driver by the name of Ugo Sivocci placed a Quadrifoglio Verde (Cloverleaf) symbol on the side of his racing car to put an end to the run of bad luck he had been experiencing. He promptly won the next race. Since then, Alfa Romeo has placed this classic symbol on the wings of all its high-performance road cars and to celebrate the 90th year of this tradition Alfa Romeo UK is offering its lucky customers the chance to save up to 2,000* on the top-of-the-range Alfa MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde.

Powered by Alfa Romeo’s award-winning 1.4-litre TB MultiAir engine, the 170 hp Alfa MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde can sprint from 0-62 mph in 7.5 seconds and top 136mph while at the same time deliver 47.1 mpg on the combined fuel economy cycle and CO2 emissions of just 139g/km. Standard equipment on the Alfa MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde includes exclusive 18-inch Sports alloy wheels; SDC active suspension system; four-piston Brembo brake calipers; special Quadrifoglio Verde sports seats and those all-important Quadrifoglio Verde badges on the wings.

Priced from 16,995 on-the-road, this celebratory Alfa MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde offer is available to cash, Hire-Purchase and PCP retail customers subject to terms and conditions.

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