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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 09:14 PM Thread Starter
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What did you pay for your new Stelvio TI Sport? I'm ready to buy.

My wife and I have been debating buying a new or low mileage Stelvio. We have been looking for an SUV since late 2018, and have finally narrowed our search to Stromboli Grey TI Sport w/pano roof, heated seats, etc. My question to you all is: What kind of discounts off MSRP did you receive when buying new? I have read up to $8,500 off new vehicles. I want to go into the dealer with a price in mind, but want it to be realistic.
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You should be able to get closer to 10k off depending on your market. A few claim 15k off a 19, but that is more often seen on leftover 18's.
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I'd think 10k should be doable - i got 12K off my '18 this time last year.
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I got 13.7K off my 2018 Stelvio Ti. Mine had a bunch of extra add-on putting at just under $50K.

In addition to this (and probably what closed the deal) was $1000 over book on a '13 Acadia

that need $2000 worth of work plus new tires. Handing that over for the Stelvio was a no-brainer.
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I got 13.7K off my 2018 Stelvio Ti. Mine had a bunch of extra add-on putting at just under $50K.

In addition to this (and probably what closed the deal) was $1000 over book on a '13 Acadia

that need $2000 worth of work plus new tires. Handing that over for the Stelvio was a no-brainer.
That is a good deal.
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post #6 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-15-2019, 08:05 AM
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I bought a 2018 TI Sport with 11,400 miles

that had a sticker of 52k, for 34,400. It does not have Carplay, but has the sport seats, navigation I do not use, all the safety features and some other features, and Rosso Compenzione Red upgraded paint, here in West Central Florida. I bought it in April. Have had no issues with it, thank goodness. Good luck.
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This summer, I got a 2019 TI Sport (with nero package) for $39k and change, which included a financing incentive of about $4k. So that was about $15k off 2019 sticker price. But I wasn't able to score any little tidbits like fancy mats or anything.
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A little over a year ago -- over $11K off Ti Sport w Rosso Comp and all the bells and whistles.Nearly $54K, ended up at $42K

$10K should be well within the wheelhouse.
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Just remember, the more we lowball on the front end, the more we get hurt on the trade in.....Hope all you folks plan on keeping the vehicle for at least 5 years!!! I should intend to!!! Hate calling it an SUV: its one of the best vehicles I have ever owned!!! and my list tells you I have had some pretty sweet toys.

2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio TiSport EC Phase 2 w/V2 intake, Remus Catback ~390HP / 442ft-lb Tq Visconti Verde, Chocolate Interior, Quadrofoglio wheels w/PZ4's
2016 Maserati GranTurismo Sport Custom blue tone, Grigio chrono leather w/full interior MC Carbon Fiber trim, NA 4.7L Ferrari V8, stock...for now
2016 Range Rover Sport HSE 3.0SC tuned by ETG 456HP/414Tq, Montalcino Red, Ivory
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My car has a sticker of $56k, I paid about $47k.


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Just remember, the more we lowball on the front end, the more we get hurt on the trade in.....Hope all you folks plan on keeping the vehicle for at least 5 years!!! I should intend to!!! Hate calling it an SUV: its one of the best vehicles I have ever owned!!! and my list tells you I have had some pretty sweet toys.

Seriously, I see the heat of cars you own, the stelvio reminds me of my old E90 330i with sport package. I know the Stelvio has electronic steering, but it reminds me of the old school rack and pin steering of my E90 330i. Very precise.

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2012 BMW X3 28i Deep Sea Blue Metallic w/ Beige Interior / Remus Race Exhaust / M Sport Grill / M Sport Wheels /

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