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New Alfa Romeo Stelvio Diesel Estate 2.2 D 190 Super [Xenon] 5dr Auto - £31,867 @ Nationwide Cars

£31,867£38,82818% off
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The Alfa Romeo Stelvio Diesel Estate 2.2 D 190 Super [Xenon] 5dr Auto sports a number of great features and technical specs.

This includes a fuel economy of MPG combined and 138 g/km CO2 emissions from the 4 cylinder, 2143 CC engine with a 8 speed gear box. This produces 190 BHP with a top speed of 130 MPH and a 0 to 62 time of 7.6 seconds. The car fits into insurance group 30D.

We have a great range of deals on all Alfa Romeo Stelvio Diesel Estate derivatives, so browse online for the model you want.
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    Not sure how this 'super' model is brand new, as the last super models on autotrader were from 2019 with nothing newer
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    I've been looking at selling my Giulia Veloce and replacing it with one of these. One of the main things putting me off though is that when I put the reg or VIN in to ePER to checkout the build of say a 69 reg 2020, I find it was manufactured in 2018. Some of the 2019's are manufactured in 2017...

    My guess would be these for sale now are already 3 years old.

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    Glad to see that diesel cars are still being sold. They do return much better fuel economy than their petrol equivalents.
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    Beautiful cars.

    Not sure I could put up with the potential issues and dealership network.
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    I just checked & there's a 25p/litre price differential between petrol & diesel at my local Jet station. Petrol's 147.9 p/l vs 172.9 p/l for DERV. On my reckoning, at these prices, a diesel engine would need to be 17% more fuel efficient that a gasoline engine just to break-even! Is it any wonder that sales of diesels are falling off a cliff. (edited)
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    I would be going for the 2.0 petrol also on offer to be honest. I have the same engine in my wrangler and it's been great. Plenty of torque and significantly quicker then the diesel.
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    An independent review, and some context on the price:
    autoexpress.co.uk/alf…vio

    RRP is from £48,775 to £79,954 (depending on model naturally), at which price it isnt considered good value.

    Also for context, later in same article:
    "The Stelvio is a rival to models such as the Jaguar F-Pace and Volvo XC60, along with the German trio of the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Mercedes GLC. Other opponents include the Land Rover Discovery Sport and Lexus NX".

    If that is valid / fair, then £32k is a great price.
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    Expensive to run Italian rust bucket with Diesel pollution and not emissions zone exempt?
    It does not plug in?

    I expect a Flood of interest from the Anti-EV brigade on the site
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    What you on about :/ everything you put here is not true
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    Italian diesel for £31k Thanks but not thanks. Diesel almost 20% more expensive than petrol. Anyway, this car will worth £10k in 3 years. (edited)
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    Doubt it would bottom out at that. It’s still a very handsome looking motor. 
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    UniCode anyone? 🙏
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    Be better with a 1ltr. engine..
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    Spending over £30k on a diesel in 2023 is an odd choice.
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    Here we go again
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    Elaborate further so others can take part
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    Pollutant!
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    You couldn't pay me to drive an alfa.
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    Alfa don't make courier vans, so yeah, you're right
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    Bargain
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    There must be some nice referral fees for clicking through on these for them to continually be posted on here…..
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