Progression trim kicks off the range, but beyond that there’s Junior, Distinctive, QV Line and range-topping Quadrifoglio Verde. The QV Line aims to give the Mito most of the looks and handling of the QV but without its more powerful 170bhp, 1.4-litre petrol engine.
Every Mito comes with a 5.0in touchscreen infotainment system incorporating Bluetooth phone connection, USB and aux connections, a leather multi-function steering wheel, air conditioning, hill hold control and seven airbags.
We’d spend the extra on our favourite Distinctive trim, though, which adds 17in alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, cruise control and a front arm rest, without hiking up the price too much.
QV line adds largely visual extras and stiffer suspension set-ups, which do nothing for the Mito’s ride.