Class-leading performance numbers; fuel economy; sedanlike feel; historic front-end styling; well-appointed cabin
Big honking paddle shifters on Sport trim
The 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio is all-new. See the 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio models for sale near you
We'd be pretty happy with the base Stelvio plus the two Driver Assistance packages, which would add $2,150 to the bottom line. There really isn't a lot of daylight between the prices of these two grades. Once you get past 40 grand, does a thousand here or there make much difference? Find an Alfa Romeo Stelvio for sale
Alfa offers Stelvio in two grades with several option packages.
The base Stelvio ($42,990) comes out of the box with 18-inch aluminum wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights with Adaptive Forward Lighting, LED daytime running lights and tail lamps, full power accessories, leather seating, 10-way power front seats with driver's-seat memory, a leather-wrapped flat-bottom 3-spoke steering wheel, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, steering-wheel-mounted push-button start, Bluetooth connectivity, 6.5-in color touchscreen, dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, rear-parking sensors, a power lift gate, 4 USB ports, rain-sensing wipers and an 8-speaker audio system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Stand-alone options include a panoramic sunroof, a headlight washer, a 8.8-in display with navigation, satellite radio and 14-speaker Harman Kardon Surround Sound audio system. Available option packages: the Sport package, with 19-in aluminum wheels, black roof rails, painted brake calipers, aluminum accents and sport pedals, steering-column-mounted paddle shifters and a sport-tuned suspension; the Driver Assistance Static package, with front-parking assist, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and auto-dimming outboard mirrors; the Driver Assistance Dynamic Plus package with adaptive cruise control with full stop, forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning and automatic high beams.
The Stelvio Ti ($44,990) builds on the base Stelvio with 19-in 10-spoke aluminum wheels, dark gray wood cabin accents, an 8.8-in color display, satellite radio capability, heated front seats and front-park assist. Option packages include the Ti Performance package with active suspension, a mechanical limited-slip differential and aluminum column-mounted paddle shifters; the Sport package, with 20-in aluminum wheels, black roof rails, painted brake calipers, aluminum accents and sport pedals, steering-column-mounted paddle shifters, a sport-tuned suspension, premium leather seats and 12-way power front seats; the Lusso package, with upgraded leather seats, 12-way power front seats, wood accents, a leather-wrapped dash and steering wheel with contrast stitching, and aluminum pedals; the similarly contented Driver Assistance packages are available on the base grade.
|Basic||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||5 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||4 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Maintenance||1 Years/10,000 Miles|
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