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The Alfa Romeo Stelvio debuted at the annual Los Angeles International Auto Show on November 16, 2016. The manufacturer has long threatened to release a crossover and even rolled out a concept car in 2003, however, due to a number of reasons, it took a long time to set up production. The novelty has received a corporate design, it has a large triangular grille with the manufacturer’s logo, covered with thin intersecting diagonal ribs. The predatory air intakes are striking; they are located on the front bumper and are made in the same vein as the radiator grille. Also, we cannot fail to mention the stylish elongated headlights with lenticular optics and elegant eyeliner LED running lights. In general, the car received a swift and memorable appearance, made in the best traditions of the brand.
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Transmission Fluid Capacity and Transmission Fluid Type
|Transmission type||Fluid capacity||Fluid type|
|2.9L Alfa Romeo Stelvio 8 speed 8HP75 Automatic Transmission||Total Fill 9.5 quarts (9 liters)||SL076|
|2.0L Alfa Romeo Stelvio 8 speed 8HP50 Automatic Transmission||Total Fill 9.8 quarts (9.3 liters)||SL076|
The car is based on the platform of the sedan Alfa Romeo Giulia, and its design is kept in the same style. So far, two modifications of the model have been presented. The basic versions of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio crossover are equipped with a two-liter gasoline turbo engine with a capacity of 280 liters. With. or a 2.2-liter diesel engine with a capacity of 210 liters. With. The top version of the Quadrifoglio received a V6 2.9 twin-turbocharged engine that develops 510 horsepower.
All cars have an eight-speed “automatic” and a transmission with a permanent rear-wheel drive and a front end connected by means of an electromagnetic clutch. And the Quadrifoglio version also has an active rear differential for thrust vectoring.