Prices start at around £39,000 and range up to around £49,000 in the standard range; you'll need around £70,000 though, for the rip-snorting Quadrifoglio version. There's a choice of four trim levels - 'Super', 'Nero Edizione', 'Speciale' and 'Ti'. Even the least expensive 'Super' variants come with a decent kit tally, including 18-inch alloy wheels, LED rear lights and a double lateral chrome exhaust pipe. Inside, the cabin focuses on driver satisfaction with dual-zone climate control, the Alfa 'D.N.A.' rotary driving mode selector and a 3.5-inch TFT colour cluster instrument panel. Infotainment is taken care of by a 'UConnect' 8.8-inch centre-dash display with DAB and navigation plus Bluetooth/AUX multimedia connectivity, an eight-speaker audio system and two front and two rear USB ports. A multi-function leather steering wheel, houses all the main controls so the driver can focus on the task at hand. 'Speciale' variants get 19-inch wheels, Bi-Xenon headlamps and full-leather upholstery.
As for safety, well the Stelvio has been awarded a five-star Euro NCAP rating with a score of 97 per cent for the protection of adult occupants; the highest score in its category. Credit for this goes to Alfa Romeo's segment-first Integrated Brake System, plus there's an 'Autonomous Emergency Brake with pedestrian detection' set-up, Blind Spot Monitoring, Forward Collision Warning and Lane Departure Warning.