Alfa Romeo has revised its Mito and reduced the model line-up from 17 versions to nine.
The new line-up includes a sub-100g/km CO2 version which means free travel in the congestion charge zone, together with free road tax and first registration fee. Business users can also claim 100% capital allowance in the first year of ownership.
Turismo and Lusso trim levels have been replaced with the new trim Sprint; entry level versions are now known as Progression and Distinctive and Quadrifoglio Verde versions replace Veloce and Cloverleaf.
Prices now start at £12,250 for the entry level 1.4 8v Progression with the top of the range 1.4 TB MultiAir 170bhp Quadrifoglio Verde priced at £17,955.
In terms of enhanced specification, Distinctive (formerly Veloce) and Quadrifoglio Verde (Cloverleaf) both get cruise control, sports pedals and rear parking sensors.
Three new engines have been added to the Mito line-up: 1.4 8v 78bhp (available in Progression and Sprint, replacing the 1.4 16v 95bhp unit) for lower emissions, improved MPG and Start&Stop as standard; 1.4 MultiAir 105bhp (available with Sprint or Distinctive trims) and the new congestion charge/tax busting 1.3 JTDM-2 (Sprint only, replacing the 1.3 16v 95bhp unit) which produces 85bhp and 95g/km of CO2.
Alfa has also added metal bronze as a new colour option.