Alfa Romeo Stelvio Leasing
Top 3 Features
A fantastic-looking SUV.
A choice of diesel and petrol engines.
Sporty handling gives real driving enjoyment.
Why Lease An Alfa Romeo Stelvio?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
For a family SUV, the Stelvio is as practical a proposition as its rivals. Space up front is generous and it's easy to get comfortable. It’s not quite so good in the back, with headroom at a premium for tall people due to the sloping roofline, but kids will be more than happy. Square-shaped cars such as the Volvo XC60 are more accommodating here.
Boot space is good at 525 litres, which is more than the Audi Q5 Sportback but less than the Audi Q5 itself, and exactly the same capacity as the BMW X4’s. The longer Jaguar F-Pace has 650 litres, but the Stelvio can carry 1600 litres of luggage with the rear seats folded. The seats split in a 40/20/40 configuration to cater for a range of luggage and passenger permutations.
Odds and ends are kept in place around the cabin with 2 cupholders in front of the gearlever and a covered compartment in the armrest between the front seats. There are door bins all round and the rear-seat passengers get cupholders built into the fold-down armrest.
A premium SUV, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio isn’t likely to be the cheapest car to either run or lease. Unlike the Giulia, though, there is a choice of diesel engines that return economy figures of around 42mpg under official tests. The petrol engines do around 33mpg, but choose the Quadrifoglio and this drops to 26mpg.
Bear in mind, though, that if you drive the Stelvio enthusiastically, which you most likely will, in the real world you’ll go through fuel quicker than any of these figures suggest.
Alfa Romeo StelvioThe Alfa Romeo Stevio is available in just a single body style, a 5-door SUV. Unlike some rivals there is no ‘coupe’ version as the Stelvio is already an SUV with sporting pretensions.
High Performance ModelsThe high-performance Stelvio Quadrifoglio references Alfa Romeo’s sports car legacy. Powered by a 2.9-litre, bi-turbocharged engine with 510hp, the super-quick Stelvio does 0-62mph in an amazing 3.8 seconds.
The Alfa Romeo Stelvio Vs Competitors
If you want to lease a SUV that’s focused on providing a sporting drive, the Stelvio is a great leasing choice. It looks great, too, but the Stelvio’s interior isn’t quite as plush as its German rivals.
Not a brand traditionally known for its reliability, Alfa Romeo’s reputation has improved. The Stelvio comes with a 3-year warranty – 2 years factory supported and 1 year backed by the retailer – with extended cover available at extra cost.
The Stelvio’s boot has a 525-litre capacity which is more than both the Audi Q5 Sportback and exactly the same as that of the BMW X4.
No, despite being a large SUV, the Stelvio is only available with 5 seats.
Yes, which helps when manoeuvring the Stelvio in the tightest of spots. All Stelvio models have both front and rear parking sensors, as well as a rear-view camera.
The core models in the Stelvio range use turbocharged 4-cylinder engines. The 2.0-litre petrol engines have 210- and 280hp, while the 2.2-litre diesels make 190- and 210hp. As already mentioned, the mighty Quadrifoglio packs a 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6 with 510hp, so it stands quite a long way apart from the rest of the line-up.
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