Cloverleaf-Lite With Alfa Romeo Sportiva

The Alfa Romeo MiTo and Giulietta ranges have just been injected with a little more sporty appeal in the shape of two new Sportiva models.

The Sportiva trim is effectively Cloverleaf-lite, bringing some of the visual features from the range-topping performance models and making them available to the more economical engines in the Mito and Giulietta ranges.

Alfa Romeo MiTo Sportiva

Alfa Romeo MiTo Sportiva

The Alfa MiTo Sportiva starts off as a Distinctive model and then adds ,£1,500 worth of optional extras for just £750 more. The MiTo Sportiva features exclusive 18-inch Quadrifoglio Verde wheels, kick plates and Sportiva badges. The cabin is revamped with a black theme by fitting darker headlining, a black leather steering wheel with matte black inserts, plus black Alcantara covered sport seats – all finished with green stitching.

There are three engine options available on the Alfa MiTo Sportiva. The two petrol choices are the 85bhp 875cc TwinAir (£16,100 OTR) and the 1.4-litre MultiAir with 135bhp (£17,000 OTR). For diesel buyers how to buy xanax online there is the option of the 1.6-litre JTDM-2 with 120bhp (£17,750 OTR).

On the Alfa Giulietta Sportiva version we start off with the foundations of the Veloce trim, adding bright red Brembo brake callipers mounted inside 18-inch wheels with a dark titanium finish wrapped in 225/40 R18 tyres. On the inside is sports leather upholstery plus a rear armrest with storage compartment and sport kick plates. The result is over £3,000 worth of upgrades for an £1,860 premium over the Veloce.

Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sportiva

Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sportiva

There are six engines to choose from on the Alfa Giulietta Sportiva as well as the option of Alfa’s new twin dry-clutch semi-automatic transmission, the ALFA TCT. Prices start at £23,110 for the 1.6 JTDM-2 with 105bhp and rise to £26,660 for the 2.0-litre 170bhp JTDm-2 up with the TCT transmission. If petrol is more your thin you can choose the 170bhp version of the 1,4-litre MultiAir for £23,670.

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Author: Chris Auty

Voted the Breakthrough Blogger of 2013 by SEAT and the Guild of Motoring Writers , Chris has lived and breathed cars since he was old enough to say 'faster'. With a penchant for hot hatches and an allergy to public transport, he would much prefer to drive a bad car than never drive at all. Fortunately his family has learned to put up with this obsession and the internet has provided a channel for his ramblings.

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