I have been reading the forums for about a month, but figured I would wait until I got my Stelvio before I registered, etc.
Picked it up yesterday afternoon, and decided to take the back roads home through the mountains to avoid the highway rush hour traffic and to adhere to the engine break-in. That ended up being about a 100 mile trip through many twisties and several of those miles on recently graded dirt road, so it's already in need of a bit of a wash. I must say that the handling through the twisties was flawless, just point her where you want to go and she stuck to the road with minimal need for braking.
Since I have seen folks ask, the options on it are the Ti sport performance package (adaptive suspension and LSD), drive assist dynamic plus, Nero package, blind spot/cross-path detection, dual pane sunroof, leather dash/upper doors, 8.8" Nav + HK, yellow calipers and compact spare tire.
Future plans are the Supersprint resonated front pipe with race rear exhaust, and EC Phase 2.
The only "issue" I have had through this whole process, was that it was located at the Rhode Island port and apparently they don't deliver to my part of the country, so they sat on it for a couple weeks while they figured out how to get it here, so the lack of updates out of them was painful.
I had called AR and they were next to useless in finding out what the status was and claimed they had no way of contacting the port to find out. I guess we do not have telephones in this day age...and computers apparently do not show any useful information.
I finally called my dealership again, and their AR rep was in his office, so he put me on speaker phone so she could hear what I had to say. In 30 minutes I had a call back from the dealership and AR rep to let me know about the people at the port trying to figure out how to get it here and they promised it would be here this week. Received another call on Wednesday afternoon last week to say it had left the port, and it ended up arriving at the dealer on Sat afternoon on a carrier with a couple of Quads destined for somewhere further across country.
Here's a couple pics (the coolant stain on the driveway is from my older Jeep, in case anyone is wondering