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The Alfa Romeo MiTo is barely two years old and already it has gone under the knife. The revised model should be on sale in South Africa by the third quarter and features more engine choices for European markets, one of which is a new 1.3 JTD with a CO2 rating of 95 grams/ kilometre. Together with lower entry prices combined with higher standard specifications, Alfa hopes the revised MiTo will be a bigger draw card to the Alfa brand, which is struggling with sales in virtually all international markets, including South Africa. Alfa also introduced a new metal bronze body colour, which has become all the rage amongst European manufacturers.