Fiat Chrysler has priced the Alfa Romeo Stelvio in the United States before the crossover goes on sale this summer.
The entry-level Stelvio will start at $41,995 in the U.S. plus $995 in the destination. Standard features on the crossover include a 280 horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission, Alfa’s DNA drive mode selector, 18-inch aluminum wheels, leather seating, bi-xenon headlamps, LED daytime running lights, a backup camera with parking sensors, remote start with passive entry and a power liftgate.
An available Sport Package for Stelvio models ($1,800 MSRP) adds 19-inch wheels, sport-tuned suspension, steering column-mounted aluminum paddle shifters, a sport flat-bottom steering wheel, aluminum interior trim, gloss-black window trim surround, black roof rails, aluminum sport pedals colored brake calipers.
Stepping up to the Stelvio Ti will raise the price to $43,995 before destination. Standard equipment on the Stelvio Ti includes the aforementioned features for the Stelvio along with standard 19-inch wheels, genuine wood interior trim, a 8.8-inch touchscreen, front park sensors, a heated steering wheel, heated seats and SiriusXM radio.
Available Ti Sport and Ti Lusso packages ($2,500 each) will allow customers to make the crossover either sportier or more luxurious. The Ti Sport packages adds 20-inch wheels, sport tuned-suspension, 12-way high performance leather seats, paddle shifters, a sport flat bottom steering wheel, gloss black window trim, black roof rails, aluminum pedals and colored brake calipers. The Ti Lusso package, which Alfa says will be available late this year, includes 19-inch wheels, 12-way power seats, luxury Italian leather seating, a leather-wrapped dash and upper door trim, genuine wood trim, a luxury steering wheel and aluminum pedals.
Both the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Stelvio Ti will go on sale this summer. Pricing for the 505 horsepower Stelvio Quadrifoglio will be announced at a later date.