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Mike Stevens | Jul, 27 2010 | 4 Comments

Alfa Romeo Australia has this week announced a shake-up to the local MiTo line-up, driven by the arrival of the 2011 Mito Quadrifoglio

With the MiTo Quadrifoglio entering at nearly $3000 less than the previous range-topping MiTo Sport, keen Alfa shoppers can now get into a MiTo for under $30,000 - and with more power under the bonnet than before.

Previously, the range kicked off with the regular MiTo, priced at $31,490 and offering 88kW of power from its four-cylinder 1.4 litre petrol engine.

Click here to see TMR's review of the 2009 Alfa Romeo Mito and Mito Sport.

From this week however, the 114kW MiTo Sport drops the 'Sport' badge and slides across to become the new entry point in the model line-up, its price reduced from $37,490 to $29,990.

“Not only is it now possible to buy a MiTo with a recommended retail price plus on statutory charges and on road costs below $30,000, that car now offers the 114 kW powerplant to produce a unique blend of performance, style and excitement,” Alfa Romeo Australia General Manager, Andrei Zaitzev said.

The features and options of the MiTo formerly-known-as-the-MiTo-Sport remain unchanged, including its 17-inch wheels, sports cloth upholstery, sports instrument cluster and carbon fibre effect dashboard.

The range-topping MiTo Quadrifoglio, announced earlier this month, is powered by a new 125kW MultiAir engine, shooting the little Alfa to 100km/h in 7.5 seconds - compared to 8.0 seconds for the MiTo.

The 2010 Alfa Romeo MiTo Quadrifoglio is available now, starting at $34,990 (Manufacturer's List Price).

 
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