Is Alfa MiTo reliable car?

Is Alfa MiTo reliable car?

In our 2016 Driver Power owner satisfaction survey, the MiTo finished 145th out of 150 cars for reliability, so it’s hard to draw many positives. In recent years, Alfa has climbed up the overall ranking, but it’s still a concern that it was ranked 23rd out of 32 manufacturers for reliability in the 2016 edition.

Is a Mito a good first car?

The Alfa Romeo Mito is a reasonably good first car despite some shortcomings: Good fuel economy – averages 40 UK mpg (33 US mpg) for the 0.9L petrol engine, and 60 UK mpg (50 US mpg) for the 1.3L diesel; these are real-world mpg figures. Mediocre build quality – poor-fitting trim inside and out; not on par with rivals.

What car is the Mito based on?

The Mito is based on sister company Fiat’s Punto, but as is often the case with Alfa’s cars, the key to its appeal is how it looks.

Is an Alfa Romeo Mito a Fiat Punto?

Technically it is based on the third generation Fiat Punto, launched in 2005 and still on sale, but from the design point of view it is the first Alfa to follow the shapes of the famous 8C Competizione.

What engine does the MiTo have?


Engine Type Power
Petrol engines
1.4 TB I4 114 kW (155 PS) at 5500 rpm
1.4 MPI (multiair) 77 kW (105 PS) at 6500 rpm
1.4 TB (multiair) 99 kW (135 PS) at 5250 rpm

Does Alfa Romeo Mito have sat nav?

Just like its key rival the MINI, the Mito can be personalised with a wide range of alloy-wheel designs, contrasting roof colours and exterior paint shades. You can add handy features like power-folding door mirrors, sat nav and parking sensors, too.

Does the MiTo have a turbo?

MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde The QV version has the new 1.4 litres (1,368 cc) Turbo Multiair inline-four engine 170 PS (125 kW; 168 hp) at 5500 rpm and 250 N⋅m (184 lbf⋅ft) of torque at 2500 rpm, with newly engineered suspension, steering and new six-speed C635 gearbox developed by Fiat Powertrain Technologies (FPT).