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2024 Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Giulia pricing confirmed - Volvo XC60 and BMW 3 Series rivals cop price increase for new model year

The Stelvio and Giulia Ti and Veloce have increased in price by $1500 apiece. 

The price of entry into the Alfa Romeo Stelvio SUV and the Giulia sedan has just increased for the 2024 model year.

The Ti entry grade and spicy Veloce cop a $1500 price increase across both the Stelvio and Giulia. That means the new opening gambit for the sedan is $69,950 before on-road costs, increasing to $76,450 for the Veloce.

The Stelvio now starts from $77,950 for the Ti and the Veloce is $84,450. 

There are no price rises for the high-performance Quadrifoglio grades so they continue to kick off from $153,700 for the Giulia and $162,700 for the Stelvio

Despite these price increases, the Stelvio SUV still undercuts a number of equivalent petrol-powered premium mid-size SUVs, like Audi Q5 45TFSI ($89,400), BMW X3 sDrive20i ($83,100), Land Rover Discovery Sport ($85,250) and Porsche Macan ($93,800).

However, it is pricier than the opening petrol grades of the Lexus NX ($63,400), Genesis GV70 ($70,500) and Volvo XC60 ($73,990).

In 2023, Alfa Romeo Australia sold 184 examples of the Giulia - down 36 per cent year on year.

Both the Giulia and Stelvio Ti and Veloce are powered by the same 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, delivering power and torque of 206kW/400Nm, driving the rear wheels.

In 2023, Alfa Romeo Australia sold 184 examples of the Giulia - down 36 per cent year on year, while the Stelvio found 167 homes, representing a 41 per cent drop in sales.

The recently launched Tonale small SUV has become the brands biggest seller, shifting 365 units in 2023.

2024 Alfa Romeo Stelvio pricing before on-road costs

Stelvio TiAutomatic$77,950 (+$1500)
Stelvio VeloceAutomatic$84,450 (+$1500)

2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia pricing before on-road costs

Giulia TiAutomatic$69,950 (+$1500)
Giulia VeloceAutomatic$76,450 (+$1500)
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