Drive an Alfa MiTo for Under £150 a Month

David Faithful
15 September 2011
Industry News

Following news that Alfa Romeo has backed the Government’s scrappage scheme, the Italian sporting car manufacturer has announced a remarkable PCP finance deal that means eligible motorists can drive away a brand new Alfa MiTo, without any deposit, for just £146.50 a month.

The four year finance deal applies to Alfa Romeo’s stylish and well specified Alfa MiTo 1.4 16V Turismo model, worth £10,995.  Coupled with its head-turning good looks, this compact car’s long list of comfort, technology and safety features is expected to have customers queuing up to take advantage of the stunning low cost contract.

Appealing to different budgets, Alfa Romeo has developed other equally attractive finance packages across the entire Alfa MiTo line-up.

Like all Alfa MiTos in the range, the Alfa MiTo 1.4 16V Turismo features air conditioning, electric power-assisted steering, alarm and immobiliser, electric windows, electrically adjustable door mirrors, LED rear lights, seven airbags, VDC (ABS + ASR + Brake Assist) with Hill Holder, plus a stereo radio with audio CD and MP3 reader as standard.

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It even has supercar technology in the form of a DNA (Dynamic, Normal and All Weather) switch that alters the driving characteristics of the car for different driving situations and, for an even more entertaining drive, an electronic Q2 system that simulates the presence of a limited slip differential.

Brand Communications Manager at Alfa Romeo UK, Damien Dally, says: “Anyone in the business of cashing in an ageing car can’t afford to overlook the brand new Alfa MiTo.  For less than £150 a month motorists get the chance to own an eye-catching compact car that’s crammed full of technology and features to make any journey a fun and rewarding drive.”

With the scrappage scheme, the zero deposit finance deal requires 47 monthly payments of £146.50 and an optional one off payment of £4,625.16 at the end of the term. 

For more information on the Alfa Romeo range and details of the UK scrappage scheme, log on to or visit your local Alfa Romeo dealer.

Source: Newspress

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