I've had my Giulia Ti Sport for a little over two years and it's been a dream vehicle, expertly balancing comfort and capability. For me, a big part of that has been the adjustable dampers that I run probably 80% of time in the softer setting due to our generally terrible roads in Western NY (though I still love and use the harder setting). In shopping for an SUV for the wife, the Stelvio Ti Sport was an obvious place to start however our first test drive didn't exactly go as planned. While it was a gorgeous unicorn vehicle that was way more capable than even I expected, it was WAY too stiffly spring for us as a daily driver with the standard suspension and 20 inch wheels. Despite having a long string of performance sedans, I was getting so much bobbing at my head that I was motion sick before we returned from our 20 minute drive. Telling the (great) salesperson that we loved it but really needed one with the performance pack, he regretfully told me they're so rare that you basically have to order one from Italy. This struck me as bizarre and kind of insane given that these things are all being sold with 20 inch wheels. Sure enough, there are exactly zero Stelvios within 300 miles of me that have an adaptive suspension. Can someone please explain to me why every Stelvio is being ordered with 1000 dollars worth of black trim instead of the $1500 package that would make the ride quality more livable? Also, is it true that the Ti Sport package is going to fold in the dampers for the next model year? Can someone comment on how much they help? Thanks in advance!