I own a 2010 Mito with the 1.4 turbo petrol engine, without multi-air. It's the first-generation Mito, basically. Fantastically flexible engine, great torque all the way through and very smooth power. All of this is in 'D' mode, of course. All new Alfas come with the 'DNA' switch that modifies throttle response, steering weight, and a few other things depending on the model. So, the power is great (155bhp on 1.4 litre engine), traction and handling is fantastic on the stock Bridgestone Potenzas, fuel economy is ridiculous (about 14km/l on highway driving, about 11.5km/l in the city -- and I am not a gentle driver), cabin is well screwed together with great looks. I got stock red Poltrona Frau leather and red carbon-fibre-looking trim, with black paint. Absolutely gorgeous combination. I didn't pick it though because I got mine lightly used from a Maser owner. Stuck to the servicing schedule and absolutely no problems so far. I have plenty of friends with VAG cars who have sent their Sciroccos, GTIs and A4s back to the workshop for major electronics issues who have had their cars for the same time I've had mine. Oh, it also seats four adults comfortably and has plenty of space in the boot. In terms of negatives, the stock Blaupunkt headunit is terrible, the stock speakers are terrible, and the steering is quite numb. The new Alfas are very reliable, great engines and great styling. I cannot wait for the 4C and the Giulia. Although I must own a GT first. One of Bertone's great works, IMO.