Alfa MiTo Cloverleaf Will Be Under £18k

Alfa Romeo have confirmed the pricing for MiTo’s using their new MultiAir engines, and that includes the hot Cloverleaf version.

Alfa Romeo Mito Cloverleaf

The new 1.4-litre turbocharged MultiAir engine is available in two power outputs. In the Lusso (£15,165) and Veloce (£16,135) models it will generate a reasonable 135bhp, while the performance-oriented Cloverleaf version (£17,895) will offer far more fun with 170bhp. While there’s no official annoncement of performance figures for either engine, Alfa are keen to stress the reduced emissions and fuel consumption and increased performance that the new MultiAir technology brings.

Standard equipment for the Cloverleaf is generous and includes Active suspension, 17″ alloy wheels, LED tail lights, air conditioning and a scattering of carbon-fibre look-a-like trim. Check out the press release below for the full spec list and prices. Alfa are taking orders for MultiAir MiTos now ready for delivery this spring.



Alfa Romeo UK has just announced pricing of its revolutionary MultiAir engined MiTo range, set to arrive here in spring 2010. From launch, two engine versions will become available – the 135 bhp 1.4 Turbo, and the top-of-the-range 170 bhp 1.4 Turbo which will carry the iconic Alfa Cloverleaf badge.

Available to order through the Alfa Romeo UK dealer network from early January 2010, the MiTo’s MultiAir engine range marks the next technological step in the vehicle’s already successful life – promising lower emissions and fuel consumption together with higher performance and greater driving pleasure – with Active Suspension as standard on the 170bhp Cloverleaf model.

Basic PriceVATRetail PriceOTR ChargesTotal OTR
1.4 MultiAir TB 135 bhp Lusso£12,382.98£2,167.02£14,550.00£615.00£15,165.00
1.4 MultiAir TB 135 bhp Veloce£13,208.51£2,311.49£15,520.00£615.00£16,135.00
1.4 MultiAir TB 170 bhp Cloverleaf£14,706.38£2,573.62£17,280.00£615.00£17,895.00

MiTo Cloverleaf – standard equipment

  • 17″ Cloverleaf design alloy wheels with 215/45 R17 tyres
  • Darkened interior headlining and steering wheel
  • Specific Cloverleaf wing mirrors and headlight surrounds
  • Cloverleaf badges
  • Active suspension system (works in conjunction with Alfa Romeo DNA switch)
  • Alfa Romeo DNA (Vehicle’s dynamic control switch)
  • VDC (ASR+Brake Assist) with Hill Holder
  • Electronic Q2
  • Manual air conditioning
  • ABS anti-lock braking
  • LED rear lights
  • Heated rear window
  • Adjustable headlight position
  • Electric power-assisted steering
  • Driver, passenger, front side, window & driver knee airbags
  • Front airbag deactivation on passenger’s side
  • Alfa code immobiliser and alarm system
  • Electronic key with remote central locking and boot release
  • Electric windows with one touch function
  • On-board instrumentation with multifunctional display and trip computer
  • Sensor for external temperature
  • Car radio with audio CD & MP3 reader
  • Safe Lock
  • Electrically adjustable and heated wing mirrors
  • Follow-Me-Home headlights
  • Vanity mirror on passenger’s side
  • Fire Prevention System (FPS)
  • Bumpers and wing mirrors in body colour
  • Rear spoiler
  • Blue&Me™ (Bluetooth™ hands-free system with voice recognition and media player with USB port)
  • Sports cloth upholstery
  • Front armrest with storage compartment
  • Sports rear bumper with extractor
  • Red painted brake callipers
  • Sports dials with white illumination
  • Fog lights
  • Remote audio controls on steering wheel
  • Leather steering wheel and gear knob
  • Kick plates
  • Competizione Dashboard (Carbon fibre effect)
  • Floor mats
  • Lumbar adjustment on driver’s side
  • Chrome exhaust pipes
  • Chrome effect window surrounds
  • Vanity mirror on driver’s side
  • Twin tail pipes

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