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Alfa Romeo has announced pricing and release information today for their new Stelvio crossover, which is set to go on sale this summer.

Not including the $995 destination charge, a base model Stelvio will set you back $41,995.
Equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four, the engine is good for 280 horsepower, which is sent to all four wheels via the standard eight-speed automatic transmission. Standard features includes a leather interior, F1-inspired flat-bottom steering wheel, carbon-fiber driveshaft, remote start with passive entry, bi-xenon headlights, a 7-inch TFT screen, and a dual exhaust.

One step up, the higher Ti trim’s MSRP will cost $2,000 more at $43,995. Sharing an engine with the base model, the Ti is equipped with 19-inch wheels, a wood-trimmed interior, an 8.8-inch infotainment center, heated seats, heated steering wheel, and more.

Additional Sport packages are available for both trims. For an extra $1,800 the base trim will get a set of 19-inch wheels. On the Ti, the $2,500 package includes a set of 20-inch wheels and 12-way power sport seats. No matter the trim, both packages includes sportier suspension, a different steering wheel, black window trim and roof rails, and aluminum pedals and paddle shifters. The Ti does get an extra optional package called Lusso, which costs the same as the Sport, but it comes with 19-inch wheels, nicer leather upholstery, and a "luxury" steering wheel.

As for the hard-core, 510-hp Quadrifoglio’s pricing, that will be announced later this year.
 

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You may as well go for the $43,995 Ti trim with such a small price difference. Not quite sure what the "and more" portion of the higher trim entails, but the heated seats and steering wheel along with a larger screen is pretty good for $2,000.
 

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Price on the QF is easy enough to figure out given that the Giulia has a similar pricing structure in lower trims to the Stelvio, naturally Stelvio QF will fall within the same range. Little else reason for them to do otherwise give or take a thousand. But even with that fact, would you be expecting anything different?
 

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The price difference between the Giulia and the QV variant is around $34k, so we can expect to see the Stelvio QV to start at $75k?
 
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