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Alfa Romeo's new Stelvio is stimulating to drive and has special appeal for drivers in search of a rewarding road experience but that doesn't mean dolce vita is upon us. For daily driving needs, we found this mechanical sibling of the Giulia ripe with annoyances. The Stelvio excels when driven with gusto; the 280-hp turbocharged engine delivers thrilling acceleration accompanied by a pleasant exhaust snarl.
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Alfa Romeo Stelvio Road Test

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If you follow your heart and are set on a Stelvio, we suggest choosing the Ti trim with both Driver Assistance packages, which include forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking. The Ti trim gets an 8.8-inch screen (instead of a 6.5-inch screen), satellite radio, heated front seats,...
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4-door SUV Ti 4-cyl 8-speed Automatic
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