The Alfa Romeo Stelvio luxury crossover appeals to those who desire a practical, premium vehicle. The Stelvio was launched in 2018 and offers an Italian design and passionate driving experience.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio, a small luxury crossover that will spoil you with amenities and driving pleasure, is an excellent choice. The Italians are skilled at creating beautiful, well-constructed vehicles that will make you feel special every time you step inside. The crossover is fun to drive and reliable. However, it should be remembered if you intend to use the vehicle as a daily driver with no backup. The Stelvio is a vehicle that you should test drive in order to fully appreciate it before you make a purchase decision.
Pricing and Trims
The Stelvio is available in three trims: base (T), Ti (Quadrifoglio) The base Stelvio comes with a fair amount of standard features. The standard equipment includes dual chrome exhaust tips, bixenon projector headlights and adaptive front lighting with auto-leveling, LED rear lighting, rain-sensing wipers, automatic dual-zone climate controls, cabin humidity sensor and a 7-inch full color TFT digital gauge cluster. A 6.5-inch infotainment touchscreen has Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, leather upholstery, leather wrapped steering wheel, power liftgate, hill descend control, hill start aid and a universal garage opening.
Upgrade to Ti trim for wood trim, satin aluminum door sill plates and an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment screen, heated steering wheel, front park-assist sensors, and an 8.8-inch touchscreen.
Quadrifoglio trim is more performance-oriented, but also includes more features, such as four chrome exhaust tips and unique grille, front fascia and grille, heat extractors in hood, heat washers in the front fascia, heat extractionors in the headlights, heat extractors inside the hood, heat extractors, heat extractedors in cabin trim pieces and navigation voice controls. It also has premium Harmon Kardon sound systems, aluminum sport pedals and leather and Alcantara upholstery.
The Stelvio is equipped with a $42,000 factory invoice for the base model, and an MSRP around $44,000. The MSRP of the Stelvio is approximately $42,000 for the Ti trim, while the Quadrifoglio costs an additional $35,000. Remember that membership comes with many benefits. You don’t have to deal with the usual car shopping headaches when you visit your Certified Dealer. Clear pricing with savings.
Engine and Performance
The Stelvio’s base and TI versions use a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. It generates a powerful 280 horsepower and 306 pounds of torque.
Quadrifoglio’s twin-turbo V-6 engine of 2.9-liters is available for even more power. The output is astonishing at 505 horsepower and 443 pounds-feet of torque.
Both engines can be used with an eight speed automatic transmission. All three trims come standard with all-wheel drive.
There are many accent colors available for the Stelvio’s upholstery. These include cream, red, and black. French accent stitching is a great addition, as well as many other top-shelf material. The interior quality is as you would expect from Alfa Romeo with exceptional craftsmanship.
The cabin looks great and functions well. It is easy to use the gauges and controls. This means you pay more attention to the road and surrounding areas. It can be a bit difficult to use and learn the infotainment system. It can also struggle to keep up with commands which is frustrating.
The interior space is comparable to most of the competitors. The seats have good legroom for tall adults. The cargo area of this luxury small crossover is average.