Of course they could be held up at port for weeks, like the Giulia was.But there are 750 of the four-cylinder Stelvios at the port in Baltimore right now, fresh from the factory in Cassino, Italy; expect them to begin arriving soon at a Dealer Near You.
I had a Giulia, which has the same baking system, as a courtesy car for a day and frankly braking wasn't an issue at all.Infotainment systems seems to be one of the things people complain about no matter the model. Just complicated and there's usually a few bugs from what I hear. And I'm generally fine with electronic braking, though others say that there's isn't enough feedback from them.
. The brake pedal responds obediently to slight pressure modulation, and in general Alfa’s brake-by-wire system felt more natural and better sorted this time around than it has in Giulia sedans that we’ve driven.