Best Spark Plugs For Alfa Romeo Stelvio

The Mopar Part Number for the Stelvio 2.0 inline 4 cylinder engine is 68292346AA. This spark plug is produced by NGK and has the ILZKR7G part number printed on it.

Please be careful when purchasing spark plugs for your Alfa Romeo. Some users on other Alfa Romeo forums have claimed to have found a Champion Spark Plug (Stock 9407 or RER8ZWYCB4) that would fit in the hole…. That spark plug, on the other hand, is a far hotter one than the OE recommendation. Please be cautious while buying spark plugs for a gasoline direct injection turbocharged engine because it requires a “cool” plug.

Spark plugs are not consistent in their temperature ranges (low to high), and this is counterintuitive. The 2 liter turbo with 280 horsepower requires a chilly spark plug. As a result, Mopar 68292346AA is the manufacturer’s recommendation for this engine (which, as previously pointed out, is actually NGK ILZKR7G).


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Info/Engine 2.9L 6-cyl Engine EED Turbo 2.0L 4-cyl Engine N EC2 Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.026″ (0.66mm)
Qty. needed 6 4
Change interval 60,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 90219 ILZKR7G7G Laser Iridium Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 90219 ILZKR7G7G Laser Iridium Spark Plug

The 2022 Alfa Romeo Stelvio is a sporty compact luxury SUV that drivers should try. The Stelvio crossover embodies the essence of the Alfa Romeo brand, which is a functional SUV. From its distinctive style to its thrilling performance, the Stelvio has the heart of a sports car and the structure and amenities of a crossover.

The Alfa Romeo Stelvio’s performance is unquestionably one of its strong features. It has the most powerful base engine in its class, a 280-horsepower turbocharged inline-4. When equipped with all-wheel drive, it reaches 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. Not only does it have a powerful base engine, but the Stelvio also benefits from excellent weight distribution that makes it an agile crossover. This SUV was designed to drive like a sports car.

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