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Its been reported that according the Alfa dealers here, the initial reaction to the MiTo has been "outstanding", with interests coming both from Alfisti & customers new to the brand!

i await with interest the figures for Alfa for the first few months!
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Well so far this year they have only sold 16 Alfas

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hopefully those dealers who are seen a strong interest in car the will see interest turn into orders!

David, where did you get the info from?
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From Boards.ie 20 day registration figures - boards.ie
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wow, just looked at the figures! Holy cow its going to be a bad one!
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Ya 9 Range Rovers have been sold in Ireland. But work this out there's nine dealers So therefore there has been none sold. MiTo should sell well I hope it's cheap enough considering what you get in the car. Compared to a Mini etc.
 
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thats what i was thinking last night Damien, the figures are registrations, & as we know dealers register Demos at the start of the year, so i wonder how many "real" sales are in those figures!
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Ya I hope they sell well they are cheap and a good looking car. And the 500's have sold well so there is no reason for the MiTo not too. The old man will be having a spin in one tomorrow. Wish I was there to have a go off it.
 
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Ya I hope they sell well they are cheap and a good looking car. And the 500's have sold well so there is no reason for the MiTo not too. The old man will be having a spin in one tomorrow. Wish I was there to have a go off it.
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I've been told that of the 9 Land Rovers sold, 2 are demos I saw an off white creamy MiTo the other day (one of only 4 2009 cars I've seen so far) and it was surprisingly good looking I have to say.
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https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/just-...o-ireland.html

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HI LADS..I KNOW IT`S A BIT OFF THE TOPIC, BUT HAVE SMALL PROBLEM... have just recently moved to longford...does anybody knows any mechanic in this longford/sligo/mullingar area i could trust with my alfa... need to service and check front suspension ASAP..(loads of knocking sound from front suspension....driving me mad....)
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Dont know but I am in the laois area if you are still stuck...
 
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HI LADS..I KNOW IT`S A BIT OFF THE TOPIC, BUT HAVE SMALL PROBLEM... have just recently moved to longford...does anybody knows any mechanic in this longford/sligo/mullingar area i could trust with my alfa... need to service and check front suspension ASAP..(loads of knocking sound from front suspension....driving me mad....)

try Coopers in Sligo, i've always forund them very good, K&M motors in Longford now service Alfa's, but they don't have a history with Alfa as they've only just taken up the service franchise.

Coopers did a great job on my 147.
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Asked my local stealer & he said they had only sold 1...
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cheers lads...appreciate your info...will try longford K&M motors... will post soon how good/bad/average they are ;--))saw one of the mitos in longford today...looks cool in red.... few spoilers,tinted windows would make it even better...i think.... but alloys on it are perfect...want one now
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