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The new Alfa Romeo MiTo Model Year 2014 revamps its technological image while maintaining its consolidated image as a sporty compact capable of winning over motorists who demand care for details, Italian style and technical excellence for total safety driving style.
The 2014 range introduces some important new style features, starting from the new redesigned grille completed by a chrome-plated frame to create a family feeling with the Giulietta, making the front of the car look more streamlined. Other new features are the Anthracite Grey body colour and the burnished finish of the front light clusters that characterise all trim levels.
The interiors are even more sophisticated, now with four new upholstery combinations to choose from: two new Evoluzione fabrics (Black/Titanium or Black/Red) for Distinctive, the QV Sportiva pack with a new sporty seat and white inserts (available for Distinctive only) and the new Heritage Black fabric with electrically welded Alfa Romeo badge for the Quadrifoglio Verde.
2014 Alfa Romeo Mito Price. | Pricing for the new 2014 Alfa Romeo Mito has been set at £15,550 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2014 Alfa Romeo Mito we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2014 Alfa Romeo Mito Specs
The multimedia device is made by Continental and based on Uconnect, the next-generation infotainment platform concept, is debuting on 2014 Alfa Romeo MiTo to reconfirm the technology ambassador spirit that characterised the car’s first steps.
Available with or without integrated navigation system developed with TomTom, the device features a 5″ colour touchscreen for accessing many functions, the radio and the multimedia devices (media player, iPod, iPhone, smartphone) connectable via USB port and the Aux-in connector.
The system also includes an advanced Bluetooth interface to access extra functions, such as phone call management or reading received SMS text messages via text-to-speech technology, innovative Audio Streaming system that reproduces music files and web radio stations directly from a smartphone in streaming via Bluetooth on the UConnect device.
In addition to a braking system affording excellent performance levels, the Alfa Romeo MiTo Model Year 2014 is equipped with the ABS anti-lock braking system, one of the most sophisticated currently available, complete with electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD). Other functions include the electronic stability (ESC) and traction (ASR) control systems, the hydraulic brake assistance for emergency braking system (HBA), assisted hill start system (HILL HOLDER), the system that controls engine braking when the accelerator pedal is released (MSR) and the Cornering Brake Control (CBC) system. The extensive range is completed by the Alfa Q2 – the electronic system reproducing the action of a self-locking differential – and Alfa Active Steering, the ‘active electronic steering’ that prompts the driver to correct oversteering on poor-grip surfaces through a light impulse on the steering wheel.
The Alfa Romeo MiTo MY 2014 is one of the safest cars in its segment and also in the field of motoring as a whole. The new model represents the state-of-the-art as far as passive safety is concerned. Total protection, in short, as evidenced by seven airbags as standard (two of which Multistage), three-point seatbelts with pretensioners and load limiters, an anti-whiplash device built into the backrest on the front seats, 5 warning lights displayed on a small screen to inform the driver whether the seat belts of all the passengers are securely fastened, and LED rear lights to improve the visibility of the car. Not to mention the contribution to occupant protection made by the body, the bonnet, the doors and the dashboard crossmember in addition to the seats and steering column, that have been designed with a view to their behaviour in the event of an accident.
The engine replaces the 85bhp unit previously available, and cuts 1.1sec from the 0-62mph time. Headline power outputs are rated at 103bhp, which arrives at 5500rpm, and 107lb ft, delivered at 2000rpm when the standard-fit DNA system is in Dynamic mode. Engage Natural mode and power drops to 97bhp and torque to 86lb ft.
Changing up a gear drops the engine to around 4000rpm, which means there’s an operational rev range of around 1500rpm. That the engine doesn’t really get into its stride until around 3000rpm doesn’t help, either.
The range has been simplified, and the car benefits from some subtle visual changes, as well as a better-quality interior, new technology and an updated TwinAir petrol engine.
This 875cc two-cylinder is fitted with stop-start, and is officially capable of 67.3mpg ?fuel economy (although 45mpg is more realistic). It emits the same 99g/km of CO2 as before, despite the fact that power is boosted by 20bhp to 104bhp.
The power hike helps to slash the 0-62mph sprint time by a useful 1.1 seconds, to 11.4 seconds, although you don’t really notice it until you reach 4,000rpm. This engine thrives on high revs, and the narrow power band and short gearing can be quite frustrating when you’re not in the mood to wring it out in every ratio.
The new TwinAir family engine combines the concept of downsizing (displacement and weight reduction) with sophisticated technologies, like supercharging with high-efficiency turbocharger, integration of the exhaust manifold in the cylinder head and the totally new MultiAir intake valve control system. With its unique intake cam profile, the MultiAir second generation further optimises thermodynamic efficiency of the engine by modulating the amount of exhaust gas recirculated in the combustion chamber (internal EGR).
The new 105 HP 0.9 TwinAir completes the range engines that consists of 2 turbodiesel engines – 85 HP 1.3 JTDM and 120 HP 1.6 JTDM (both updated in E5+) – and 5 petrol engines: 70 HP 1.4, 78 HP 1.4, 135 HP 1.4 MultiAir Turbo Petrol (with manual gearbox or Alfa TCT automatic transmission) and the 170 HP 1.4 MultiAir Turbo Petrol. The engine range also includes the 120 HP 1.4 LPG Turbo, a superb concentration of power and technology, which combines top-notch performance, environmental-friendliness and low running costs. New drivers can choose the 70 HP 1.4 and the 78 HP 1.4 petrol engines or the 85 HP 1.3 Jtdm diesel version.