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Alfa Romeo Mito Parts

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Many Alfa Romeo owners have already discovered we provide the best option for all their new and used MiTo parts needs. Our network of reliable Mito breakers and parts suppliers will get your Mito parts to you cheaply and quickly. They help you to keep the cost of motoring down, ensuring your Alfa Romeo Mito stays on the road for less. With our simple system it is easier than ever to take advantage of all these benefits, and the best thing of all, we provide our parts sourcing service to the motorist for FREE.

Our mission is to make your life easier. We are constantly working to improve our service and our network of MiTo breakers and parts suppliers, all so you can keep your MiTo on the road for less. Getting started is easy, simply enter your Mito registration number in the yellow box, then answer a couple of simple questions about your car, and just a few minutes later you will start receiving no obligation quotes for your new or used Mito parts direct to your inbox. This saves you the time of phoning around breakers, or searching the classified ads.

The Stylish Option

The Alfa Romeo Mito is designed to compete directly with the likes of the MINI and the Audi A1. The stylish supermini certainly holds its own in the looks department, sharing similar styling as its older brother, the Giulietta. The underpinnings aren’t too shabby either, with the MiTo sharing the same platform as the Corsa and Grande Punto.

A Name From The Customers

When the Mito was in the design process it was referred to as the Junior. Alfa Romeo run a Europe wide competition to name their newest supermini. The winner was Furiosa, which went down well in all countries except Spain. Despite this competition Alfa Decided to designate their own name, MiTo, which is a combination of Milan and Torino, and is also very similar to the Italian word mito, meaning legendary.