We initially had a '19 Stelvio QV straight out of the showroom with 18 miles on the odometer. We had no issues with the car until after the dealer performed the 10k service. Subsequently, between 10k an 21k, the car was repeatedly towed back to the dealer for the CEL, stuck in N mode, start/stop function disabled, HVAC blower vents not working at all, radiator replaced because they said it was leaking, a total of 9 spark plugs replaced, 6 ignition coils, repainting due to damage caused by using a pry bar of some sort to remove the bumper to get to the radiator, etc. With that said, ultimately went to a different dealer on the CEL light recurrence and this dealer said that they inspected/drove the car over a week after clearing all stored faults. We got to 22k with no further problems and my wife got T-boned while driving solo and 4 of the 6 air bags deployed. Car was totaled but she walked away with minor aches and no hospital visits. This latter fact alone was enough to convince her that she wanted the same car. Due to Covid times, brand new Stelvio QVs are as rare as a chupacabra sighting. Luckily, we found a '18 Stelvio QV with 15k on the odometer and have had no issues to date; we just had the 20k service performed fairly recent. In addition, we procured a '17 Giulia QV with 5k miles on the odometer and have not had any issues with it. She alternates between the 2 as her daily driver (~70 miles daily) while I sit on the computer and work from home. Oh yeah, the initial dealer that we purchased and "serviced" the '19 Stelvio QV is no longer in business. We've had the X5, X3, Macan S and Macan Turbo prior to going Alfa. There really is no comparison in how driving these cars makes you feel compared to the others. The 2.9L, twin-turbo engine is truly a masterpiece.