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2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio pricing

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2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio pricing

Hi guys, I am looking at the possibility to change my 2014 MDX and would like to take advantage of dealerships willing to move their cars in inventory. I am interested in a fully loaded (Sport Ti with tons of options) and without any negotiation I was offered the manufacturers rebate of 7k and additional dealer rebate of 3k. What are your thoughts of getting them to move the needle even further? Anyone has recent experience? Based on what I have found on Alfa forums, it seems that I could possibly get an additional 2-3k from the dealer
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What is the OTR price or total before finance?

Not exactly related to your purchase but I saw news report(early 2019) that AR Stelvio went for 35% off in China to get rid of inventory.
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billy_z wrote: What is the OTR price or total before finance?

Not exactly related to your purchase but I saw news report(early 2019) that AR Stelvio went for 35% off in China to get rid of inventory.
China has more taxes on luxury cars I assume.

A fully loaded one seems to be just short of $70K, in line with the Germans.

2018s seems to be asking for low to mid 40s. So 2019 being model end at this time, I would say fair price is mid to high 50s for the $70K version?

Assuming OP is buying that $70K version, may be $12-13K off isn't a bad ask.
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The model I'm looking at is priced at 72k. We'll see if the dealer comes backs with a better offer. I expect approximately 12-14k off pretty much as you mentioned.
Xtrema wrote: China has more taxes on luxury cars I assume.

A fully loaded one seems to be just short of $70K, in line with the Germans.

2018s seems to be asking for low to mid 40s. So 2019 being model end at this time, I would say fair price is mid to high 50s for the $70K version?



Assuming OP is buying that $70K version, may be $12-13K off isn't a bad ask.
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I hope OP is leasing no buying.
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EP32k2 wrote: I hope OP is leasing no buying.
Why? Due to reliability or longevity issues? or ?
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yydd4567 wrote: Why? Due to reliability or longevity issues? or ?
Compared to Germans, Alfa's have questionable reliability at best and poor resale value...great drivers cars from what I've read if you value performance and "driving passion" over brand prestige
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germ80 wrote: The model I'm looking at is priced at 72k. We'll see if the dealer comes backs with a better offer. I expect approximately 12-14k off pretty much as you mentioned.
alfa is missing a mid tier option to slot in between base 4 cylinder and QF.. at 72k you can get in that mid tier option at german brands and they'd perform better, not to mention better cars overall
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Paying good money on FCA trash....
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I'd stay away from Alfa Romeo. Much better options out there at that price range.
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bear20 wrote: Compared to Germans, Alfa's have questionable reliability at best and poor resale value...great drivers cars from what I've read if you value performance and "driving passion" over brand prestige
I'd say that Alfa has higher brand prestige than anything this side of Porsche.
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Rob_EV wrote: I'd say that Alfa has higher brand prestige than anything this side of Porsche.
i doubt alfa has that brand prestige.. maserati maybe esp in Asia where ppl tend to think of it more highly than the german 3

either way anyone who knows 2 things about cars know they are underwhelming for the price
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Another problem is the maintenance. Not only that it has questionable reliability but very limited dealership network and likely not many independent garages have experience working on Alfa. I thought about leasing one before but the small dealership network alone is problematic if the car has lots of issues and have to be taken back all the time.

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