Alfa Romeo Giulietta and MiTo Sportiva

Alfa Romeo has launched a new top trim level for its Giulietta and Mito models, called Sportiva

Alfa Romeo has confirmed that it will be introducing a new top model trim, called Sportiva, for its MiTo and Giulietta models in the UK. The new model offers over £1500 of extras for a £750 premium on the MiTo, and £3000-worth on the Giulietta for £1800.

Options on the MiTo include 18-inch 'Quadrifoglio Verde' wheels, Alcantara upholstery and a sports steering wheel – all black with contrasting green stitching. The MiTo Sportiva is available with the TwinAir, 1.4 MultiAir or 1.6 diesel engine.

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The Giulietta Sportiva is based on the current Veloce model, adding uprated Brembo brakes, and 18-inch 'Spoke' design alloy wheels as well as a full leather interior. The Giulietta Sportiva is available with any engine in the range - from £23,110 for the 1.6-litre, 105bhp diesel.

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