Alfa Romeo has updated its range by adding a new fitting for MiTo and 159 Sedan and Sportwagon. The pack is called Super and is to have a wide range of included accessories which would be normally as optional extras. The offer is available from the month of February.
Alfa MiTo Super: after packs Progression and Distinctive, the Italian carmaker has introduced the Super already well known among Alfa’s fans. The new fitting already available in the dealership, makes more gritty the MiTo ahestetic offering: 16 ” alloy wheels, mirrors covering in Titan Grey, Air Conditioning, Blue & Me system, hi-fi system – Mp3 with eight speakers and leather steering wheel with controls for radio and telephone. Until 28 February, with the incentive of Alfa dealers and in countries where it is offered, the MiTo Super starts from € 13,500 for the 1.4 with 78 hp. Once the promotion will expire, the basic price return at € 16,150. The pack Super will be available for all engine and Multiair JTD-m.
Alfa Romeo 159 Super MY 2011: the new model highlights the very special attention to detail, typical of the Alfa in its style and tradition, with items and details wich are sporty and very original. Super fitting is featured by a more complete standard accessories as: satin mirror covers, 17-inch light alloy wheel, navigator integrated with maps for Europe, cruise control, automatic climate control dual zone, rear parking sensors, Blue & Me hands-free Bluetooth, multifunction leather steering wheel, all inclusive without having to pay anything extra. The Alfa Romeo 159 Super is available as Sedan and Sportwagon, albeit with only one engine: the 2-liter JTDM 136 hp Euro 5. The average European price starts from € 23,300 for the Sedan to € 24,400 for a Sportwagon. All prices are a promotion and should be considered as starting prices.
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