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2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Review

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finder score: 81.25%

Avg. critics score: 81.25%
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Critic reviews

WebsiteRatingNotable quotes
Car Advice83%"It absolutely hammers, sounds ferocious, stops alarmingly well, steps out like a muscle car, and shows cornering agility more expected of a hot hatch. Between the Alfa and Jaguar's F-Pace SVR, the Germans have some serious competition."Read more
CarsGuide80%"Properly beautiful in a way only Italian cars can ever be, the new Alfa Romeo Stelvio really is what the marketeers promise - a more emotional, more fun and better-looking option to the German offerings we've been served up for so long."Read more
Drive80%"The Stelvio Ti isn't your average luxury SUV - it's an Alfa Romeo. The brand's golden years were built around sporty, engaging cars that focused on the driver which is exactly what the Stelvio Ti does."Read more
Motoring82%"Now on sale in Australia, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio has beaten the BMW X3 and X4 M models to market, while undercutting the Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 on price. In addition, it gazumps the Porsche Macan Turbo for power, laying claim to the title of Australia's fastest SUV in its class."Read more

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A comprehensive review of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio SUV

Alfa Romeo Stelvio SUV pricing

There are several Stelvio trim grades. These include the Stelvio petrol and diesel, the First Edition (again petrol or diesel), the Ti and the Stelvio Quadrifoglio. The Stelvio range is AWD by default and models share an eight-speed automatic transmission with manual shifting paddles.


The entry-level Stelvio starts at a drive-away cost of $66,900. Some of the stand-out features and equipment include a 7-inch instrument cluster, an 8.8-inch infotainment display with 3D maps, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, an eight-speaker sound system, Alfa's DNA drive mode system, six airbags, autonomous emergency braking (AEB), blind spot monitoring, cruise control, dual-zone climate control, front and rear parking aids, reversing camera with dynamic gridlines, hill descent control, lane departure warning, leather seats, front seats with power adjustment, a leather-upholstered steering wheel and passive entry. This Stelvio rolls on 19-inch, 10-spoke alloys.

This model can be driven away with a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine for $66,900 or a turbo-diesel engine, with increased power and fuel economy, for $67,900.

Stelvio First Edition

First Edition Stelvios travel on 19-inch, Sport 2 design alloy wheels. They also benefit from a panoramic sunroof, a 14-speaker Harman Kardon sound system, ambient interior lighting, rear privacy glass, heated front leather sports seats, a heated sports steering wheel, selective KONI active damping front and rear, aluminium interior trim pieces and pedals, red brake calipers and Gloss Black external fittings. Drive-away prices start from $66,900 for the petrol and a diesel-powered model carries a $67,900 drive-away price. Note: This model has no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

Stelvio Ti

The top of the "standard" range, the Stelvio Ti can be yours for $79,900. Model highlights include larger 20-inch sport alloys, heated front sports seats, a heated steering wheel, privacy glass on the windows behind the B pillar, a limited-slip diff in the back, KONI frequency selective dampers, red brake calipers, alloy sports pedals, adaptive cruise control and a 10-speaker audio system. The Ti is powered by a 206kW, turbocharged four-pot.

Stelvio Quadrifoglio

The performance-focused Stelvio Quadrifoglio sells for $161,186. This model centres around a 2.9-litre, bi-turbo V6 petrol engine developed by Ferrari. Other notable features include 20-inch forged alloy wheels, quad exhaust system, red brake calipers, leather and Alcantara furnished seats, model-specific steering wheel with a red starter button, carbon fibre interior trim, Alfa DNA Pro, Alfa active suspension, torque vectoring, reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors, active cruise control, lane departure warnings, blind spot monitoring with rear cross path detection, forward collision warning (with autonomous emergency braking), an 8.8-inch colour display, 3D mapping, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a Harman Kardon sound "theatre" and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

N Ring

The incredibly rare Stelvio Quadrifoglio NRING edition (only three vehicles are allocated to Australia) costs $189,900. This model has exclusive matte "Circuito Grey" paint, carbon-fibre trim pieces, ceramic-carbon brakes, NRING interior colour scheme, Sparco carbon-fibre seats, leather and Alcantara upholstery, NRING badging and a certificate from the FCA Heritage department.

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StelvioStelvio First EditionTiStelvio QuadrifoglioStelvio Quadrifoglio NRING
2.0-litre petrol, AWD, eight-speed auto: $66,900
2.2-litre diesel, AWD, eight-speed auto: $67,900
2.0-litre petrol, AWD, eight-speed auto: $66,900
2.2-litre diesel, AWD, eight-speed auto: $67,900
2.0-litre petrol, AWD, eight-speed auto: $79,9002.9-litre V6 petrol, AWD, eight-speed auto: $161,1862.9-litre V6 petrol, AWD, eight-speed auto: $189,900

Standard, no cost, paint finishes include the following:

  • Alfa Red
  • Alfa White

Alfa Romeo charges $1,300 for the following paint colours on Stelvio and Stelvio First Edition vehicles:

  • Vulcano Black
  • Vesuvio Grey
  • Silverstone Grey (Stelvio only)
  • Stromboli Grey
  • Imola Titanium (Stelvio only)
  • Basalto Brown (Stelvio only)
  • Racing Green (Stelvio only)
  • Monte Carlo Blue (Stelvio only)

The following paints cost $1,690 on Ti models and above:

  • Vulcano Black
  • Vesuvio Grey
  • Silverstone Grey (Stelvio only)
  • Stromboli Grey
  • Imola Titanium (Stelvio only)
  • Monte Carlo Blue (Stelvio only)
  • Racing Green
  • Basalto Brown
  • Misano Blue

Tri-Coat colours, on the Stelvio Ti and upwards models, are charged at $4,550:

  • Competizione Red
  • Trofeo White
The pricing above was gathered in August 2019 from Alfa Romeo Australia's website. The information used on the site includes some third-party figures. Included in the drive-away cost is the retail price (inclusive of GST), luxury car tax (LCT), dealer delivery fees (GST included) and rego plus compulsory insurance (CTP). Prices are for a 40-year old male with a good driving record.


The Alfa Romeo Stelvio is achingly beautiful, more so than its rivals. Journalists said this was the SUV to go for if you enjoy driving, with plenty of revvy engine options. If you want to ferry your kids around in a crazy fast SUV, the Quadrifoglio has a Ferrari-developed powertrain and is said to be a lot of fun to own. Why would you go for the Alfa over its rivals? Italian styling, a high-level of safety assists and an SUV that's actually exciting!
WebsiteProsConsNotable quote
Car Advice
  • Engine by Ferrari
  • Body control is inspired
  • Blissful steering
  • Awesome stance
  • Price
  • Interior quality isn't outstanding
  • Could be more practical
  • Road and wind noise
"It has the same snags as its cheaper brethren, namely the cabin fit-and-finish and marginal practicality, but as an exercise in instilling some fire and passion into the SUV market, it succeeds remarkably well."
  • Racey styling
  • Performance handling
  • Chassis design
  • Some interior finishes seem low-end
  • Doesn't have a trademark Alfa sound
"Yes, it's an Italian car, so it might not turn out to be quite as well built as an Audi, Benz or BMW, but it will definitely make you smile more often. Particularly when you look at it."
  • Sterling engine
  • Dynamic handling
  • Class-leading design
  • Overkill for some drivers
  • Dark interior
  • Ti is a big jump in cost
"While that makes it less appealing to those who just want family transport, it makes it very tempting to those looking to escape boring and sensible in favour of something exciting and stylish."
  • Syrupy smooth, powerful engine
  • Amazing seats and comfort
  • Keen brakes
  • Manual seat adjustment on Quadrifoglio
  • Ride takes no prisoners
  • Can drink fuel
"To that extent, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio is highly acceptable as a daily driver. After some acclimatisation, practically anyone can hop in and drive it sedately to the shopping centre or the local schools."

Engine and performance

There are three engine options for the Stelvio, a 2.0-litre petrol engine, a 2.2-litre diesel block and a 2.9-litre bi-turbo petrol. Unlike many other manufacturers, Alfa Romeo also offers the same engines in various states of tuning.

Alfa Romeo 2.0-litre turbo petrol

Alfa offers the 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol in the Stelvio, the Stelvio First Edition and the Ti. This engine is known as the FCA Global Medium Engine and you'll also see it used in other FCA group cars like the Jeep Cherokee and Alfa Romeo Giulia.

For the Stelvio and Stelvio First Edition, Alfa sets the power to 148kW@5,250rpm, while torque sits around 330Nm@1,750rpm. In the Ti model though, the dials are turned up to 11, where the engine makes 206kW@5,250rpm. Torque rises to 400Nm@2,250rpm.

Alfa Romeo 2.2-litre turbo diesel

Another engine commonly deployed in sister-group cars like the Giulia and Jeep Cherokee, this diesel is good for 154kW@3,750rpm, while torque measures a very healthy 470Nm. This model weighs in at 1,620kg, which is 200kgs lighter than some of its competitors.

Alfa Romeo 2.9-litre bi-turbo

Finally, for the hotter spec Stelvio Quadrifoglio and Quadrifoglio NRING, Alfa Romeo approached former FCA family member, Ferrari. A V8 version of this block is used in vehicles like the Ferrari 488 and SF90 Stradale. It's also been used under the bonnet of Maseratis. One major difference though, in the Alfa, it's a V6.

Power figures are very impressive, at 6,500 revs, you'll have 375kW coursing through the driveline. Torque is rated at 600Nm across a nice and wide band, 2,500-5,000rpm.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio transmission

Alfa Romeo sources its gearboxes from ZF, a respected and established transmission builder. The eight-speed box is rated for high torque, up to 700/750 depending on the specific variant utilised. It also features manual shifting paddles. The Q4 drivetrain system ordinarily operates as a RWD, but when needed, transmits up to 50% of the torque to the front axle.

Car reviewers' impressions of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio engine and gearbox combo

If you're buying the Stelvio as a family car or a daily driver, motoring experts tended to favour the 2.2-litre diesel model. Because it has more power and additional torque (that peaks at a lower rate of revs) than the lower-end petrol models, they found it more likeable. It also helps that this model is the most frugal of the Stelvio range.

The petrol engines from the base Stelvio and Ti models were both highly appraised too. Reviewers tended to lean towards the more powerful tuning of the Ti, saying it was a lot more fun to drive. Ti models do also have a longer spec sheet.

Talking about the Quadrifoglio SUV, it's fair to say reviewers gushed about the engine and transmission. Around the track, it was labelled a beast, with almost unreal levels of grip and a crisp response. In ordinary road driving, reviewers said you can muzzle the animal to soften it around the edges. You do this by using a rotary drive mode switcher. Obviously, it's still going to have unrelenting suspension compared to a luxury sedan, but most testers said it was very useable even with its Ferrari-derived engine. As you can imagine, journalists were astounded by the insanely quick acceleration, with the car giving them that heavy-stomach feeling you get when riding a roller coaster.

In terms of the gearbox, all the journos said it changed gear intelligently and crisply and it didn't search around for gears too much. That makes sense, as this eight-speed transmission is widely used by many different car manufacturers.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio engine and transmission statistics

2.0-litre turbo petrol2.2-litre turbo diesel2.9-litre bi-turbo V6
Engine typeTurbocharged, direct injection,16-valve, single overhead cam, MultiAirTurbocharged, inter-cooled, direct injection, common rail, double overhead camBi-turbocharged, inter-cooled, direct injection, common rail
Engine size/displacement1,995cc2,143cc2,891cc
Fuel typePetrol (95 Ron)DieselPetrol (95 Ron)
CylindersFour inlineFour inlineSix, in a vee
Fuel tank capacity64-litres64-litres64-litres
Max power148kW at 4,500rpm (Stelvio)
206kW at 5,250rpm (Ti)
154kW at 3,750rpm375kW at 6,500rpm
Max torque330Nm at 1,750rpm (Stelvio)
400Nm at 2,250 rpm (Ti)
470Nm at 1,750rpm600Nm at 2,500-5,000rpm
Fuel consumption (combined)7.0L/100km4.8L/100km10.2L/100km
Acceleration (0-100km/h)7.2 seconds (Stelvio)
5.7 seconds (Ti)
6.6 seconds3.8 seconds
Emissions standardEuro 6BEuro 6DEuro 6
Top speed (km/h)215km/h (Stelvio)
230km/h (Ti)
Engine immobiliser
Eight-speed ZF automatic transmission
Towing capacity (unbraked/braked)Not listedNot listedNot listed

Alfa Romeo Stelvio fuel economy

The Green Vehicle Guide has fuel usage figures for each of the Stelvio engine options.

2.0-litre turbocharged petrol

We used the government's Green Vehicle Guide website for our fuel-usage statistics. Alfa's 2.0-litre petrol comes in two different engine tunes. In both 148kW and 206kW guise, it claims the following:

  • Combined: 7.0L/100km
  • Urban: 8.9L/100km
  • Extra-urban: 5.9L/100km

In this configuration, if you travelled 14,000km per year, you'd spend $1,754 at the petrol stations. That's based on approximately 66% town driving.

2.2-litre turbocharged diesel

As the most frugal Stelvio, the 2.2-litre diesel claims to use the following:

  • Combined: 4.8L/100km
  • Urban: 5.5L/100km
  • Extra-urban: 4.4L/100km

Taking into account these light fuel use figures, the Green Vehicle Guide suggests that based on the above usage statistics (14,000km driving, two-thirds of which were accumulated in built-up areas), your yearly fuel bill would be around $1,069.

2.9-litre bi-turbo V6 petrol

The powertrain of choice for Alfa's Stelvio Quadrifoglio has a larger capacity and produces more power. As a trade-off, it claims to use the following:

  • Combined: 10.2L/100km
  • Urban: 13.6L/100km
  • Extra-urban: 8.2L/100km
A word on fuel economy numbers
Manufacturers have to put their vehicles through a stringent test in order to determine fuel economy figures. Because this test has set procedures designed to minimise result variations, it doesn't accurately depict real-world fuel usage. Traffic conditions, the weather, vehicle maintenance, tyre pressures and even the driver's style can all impact on fuel burn on public roads. Consequently, you should use the figures above as a comparison.

It is not uncommon for reviewers to record dramatically increased fuel usage than the brochure supplied digits. Only one outlet complained about what they thought amounted to high fuel usage, especially when idling. One writer pointed out you obviously have to use your right foot wisely to achieve better fuel efficiency, so perhaps the other reviewer was driving the car in a spirited, heavy-footed manner.


Alfa Romeo is a legendary sports car designer, and journalists were expecting a lot from the Stelvio SUV. It would appear they weren't left wanting.

The Stelvio's taut handling attracted lots of praise. The ride was likened to something more like a sedan or performance hatch, with the Stelvio apparently handling in a completely anti-typical way for a vehicle of its class and size. A couple of writers noted how this car made them want to go for a drive in the country, merely for the fun of it. Somehow, judging by the reviews, Alfa Romeo engineers appear to have mitigated body roll, created a responsive steering set-up and a car that genuinely excited reviewers. That's quite a rare thing to observe, especially from an SUV.

That doesn't mean it's a perfect riding car though – in reality, no car ever is. Most of the reviewers said that you really needed the adaptive suspension package for the dynamic handling they experienced. Even in standard form, the handling characteristics are best summarised as agile, spry and light-footed.

Interior and features

Alfa equips the Stelvio to a very competitive level of specification.

All models benefit from active driver safety assists, including forward collision warning, AEB, lane departure warnings, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, reversing camera with dynamic gridlines, dusk-sensing auto headlights, rain-sensing wipers, both front and rear parking aids, tyre pressure monitoring and hill descent control. It's a good complement of tech – one that is rapidly becoming the accepted standard level of safety equipment for a modern vehicle.

For the more costly Ti model, you'll also receive active cruise control.

Comfort and convenience wise, Stelvios have a high level of equipment. There's dual-zone climate control with rear air vents, keyless entry, a power tailgate, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (except on First Edition models), a large 8.8-inch infotainment display with 3D navigation, digital radio, a selection of USB ports, a virtual instrument display, leather seats, power adjusting front seats and matting. Spending more, you'll get additional features like heated front seats and a steering wheel that's also warmed, ambient lighting, a 10-speaker surround system, sports seats and a sporty steering wheel, plus alloy pedals.

Reviewers described the Stelvio as very comfortable, with a pleasing specification. Some moaned about the user interface of the infotainment system but said they adapted to it quickly. For carrying a family and their luggage, a reviewer described the Stelvio as very practical and spacious. The seats are supposedly rather comfortable, with lumbar support as standard. One tester had some questions about the quality of the interior assembly, while another mentioned noise levels were heightened on the highway compared to some of its rivals.

Overall, the Stelvio passenger compartment comes across as a very comfortable and pleasant place to travel in, with an acceptable level of practicality.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio safety and driver assists

Stelvio PetrolStelvio DieselTiStelvio Quadrifoglio
Six airbags
Seat belt reminder
Active cruise control✖️✖️
Forward collision warning with autonomous emergency braking
Lane departure warning
Blind spot monitoring
Rear cross traffic alert
Rear back-up camera with dynamic gridlines
Automatic headlights (dusk sensing)
Rain sensing windscreen wipers
Front and rear parking sensors
Electrochromic auto-dimming exterior rear-view mirror
Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
Fix&Go repair kit
Compact spare tyre✖️
Hill descent control✖️
Rear seat ISOFIX anchors✖️
Thatcham rated vehicle security alarm with bonnet protection and intrusion sensor.✖️✖️✖️

Alfa Romeo Stelvio interior and comfort features

Stelvio PetrolStelvio DieselTiStelvio Quadrifoglio
Dual-zone climate control
Rear passenger air vents
Engine start/stop
Passive entry
Heated front seats✖️✖️
Heated steering wheel✖️✖️
Air quality system
Power tailgate
Driver and front passenger sun visors with illuminated vanity mirror
Ambient interior lights✖️✖️
8.8-inch infotainment screen with 3D mapping and Alfa rotary dial
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
Front USB port and auxiliary jack, 2x rear USB sockets
8-speaker sound system✖️✖️
10-speaker sound system, 400W with subwoofer✖️✖️✖️
14-speaker Harman Kardon audio systemOptionalOptionalOptional
7-inch instrument dials display
Leather-upholstered seats
Sport leather front seatsOptional packOptional pack
Sports front seats with power bolsterOptional packOptional pack
Sports steering wheelOptional packOptional pack
Interior electrochromic auto-dimming rear-view mirror
40/20/40 split-folding rear seat with ski hatch✖️
6-way power driver seat with memory✖️
6-way power front passenger seat and 4-way lumbar adjustment✖️
8-way power-adjustable driver's seat with position memory, 8-way passenger seats, 4-way lumbar adjustment✖️✖️✖️
Aluminium sport pedalsOptional packOptional pack
Aluminium interior trim piecesOptional packOptional packSome, also carbon-fibre pieces
Front and rear floor mats
Manual shifting paddles on steering column

Alfa Romeo Stelvio exterior highlights

Stelvio PetrolStelvio DieselTiStelvio Quadrifoglio
19-inch 10-spoke alloy wheel✖️✖️
19-inch, dark 5-spoke alloy wheelsOptional packOptional pack✖️✖️
20-inch sport alloy wheels✖️✖️✖️
20-inch forged alloy wheels✖️✖️✖️
Red brake calipersOptional packOptional pack
Exterior door handle courtesy light
Power folding exterior mirrors
35W Bi-Xenon headlights with adaptive front lighting system
Front fog lamps✖️✖️✖️
Privacy glass on windows behind B pillarsOptional packOptional pack
Chrome exterior side window surround✖️✖️
Black exterior side window surround✖️✖️✖️
Gloss Black exterior side window surrounds✖️✖️✖️
Headlight washers (heated nozzle on Quadrifoglio)
Aluminium roof rails✖️✖️
Black coated roof railsOptional packOptional pack✖️
Gloss Black roof rails✖️✖️✖️
Panoramic sunroofOptionOptionOptionOption
Rear diffuser with quad exhaust tips✖️✖️✖️
LED taillights/brake lamps✖️✖️✖️
Infrared reflective windshield✖️✖️✖️
Pirelli P Zero tyres✖️✖️✖️
Brembo drilled brake rotors (Monster Brake System)✖️✖️✖️

Alfa Romeo Stelvio optional packages

Stelvio PetrolStelvio DieselTiStelvio Quadrifoglio
Veloce Pack
  • Aluminium interior trim
  • Sports steering wheel
  • Aluminium sports pedals
  • Red painted brake calipers
  • Power bolster
  • 19-inch dark five-hole alloy wheels
  • Sports leather seats
  • Gloss Black side window surround
  • Gloss Black painted roof rails
  • Front and rear selective frequency damping by KONI
  • Heated front seats
  • Heated steering wheel
First Edition Pack
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Audio package
  • Ambient lighting pack
  • Rear side privacy glass
  • Aluminium interior trim
  • Sports steering wheel
  • Aluminium sports pedals
  • Red painted brake calipers
  • Power bolstering
  • 19-inch sport alloy wheels
  • Sports leather seats
  • Gloss Black side window surround
  • Gloss Black painted roof rails
  • Front and rear selective frequency damping by KONI
  • Heated front seats
  • Heated steering wheel

*No Apple CarPlay or Android Auto

Optional packOptional pack✖️✖️
14-speaker Harman Kardon audio
5.1 surround sound. 900W, 12-channel amplifier with Logic 7 technology.
Optional packOptional packOptional pack
Panoramic sunroofOptional packOptional packOptional packOptional pack
Anti-theft alarm systemOptional packOptional packOptional pack
Alfa Active Suspension

Semi-active system with real-time driving analysis.

✖️✖️Optional pack
Compact Spare Tyre (in place of Fix&Go kit)Optional packOptional packOptional pack✖️


There's no denying the Stelvio's jaw-dropping good looks. It's perhaps the most excitingly styled SUV in its class. The Quadrifoglio performance model bowled over motoring journalists, and that's a pretty rare feat. The majority of testers said it was a car that made them want to go for a leisurely drive, just for the sheer enjoyment of it. Other testers recommended that if you're looking for an SUV to use for carting your family around, the Stelvio diesel is the most sensible. The Ti was said to be a fun option, but most suggested you need to go for the adaptive suspension system Alfa produces for engaging changes of direction.

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Who it might be good for: Multiple people using one car.
ROLLiN' Comprehensive
Finder's summary: One of the most cost-effective insurers for under 25s, according to Finder research, with no aged-based excess.

Who it might be good for: Young drivers looking to keep costs down and anyone who’d like to get more flexibility from their car insurance.
QBE Comprehensive
Green Company
QBE Comprehensive
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: Our best-rated Car Insurer for Customer Satisfaction in 2021/2022 and Green Insurer for the last 3 years.

⭐ Current offer: Save $75 when you purchase a new comprehensive policy online. T&Cs apply.

Who it might be good for: Those who want a trustworthy insurer and more cover than other brands, such as 3-year new car replacement (e.g. they'll give you money for a new car for up to 3 years if yours is written off).
Bingle Comprehensive
Finder's summary: Our data shows it’s the cheapest comprehensive policy. It just covers the basics such as damage to your car, theft and storms – it doesn’t go in for add-ons and extras.

Who it might be good for: Those wanting a low-cost, no-frills policy.
Kogan Comprehensive
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: Kogan comes with all the perks that most comprehensive car insurance policies include, but you'll also be entitled to some benefits from its online store. This usually comes in the form of a gift voucher or discount if you buy online.

⭐ Current offer: Get $75 off first year premiums when you purchase Kogan Comprehensive Car Insurance online + $10 monthly credit. T&Cs apply.

Who it might be good for: Kogan shoppers and those after a good range of policy options.
Qantas Comprehensive
Agreed or Market
Finder's summary: You need car insurance so why not get one that lets you earn Qantas Points? It's good value too (it's underwritten by the same insurer as Budget Direct).

⭐ Current offer: Earn up to 20,000 Qantas Points with every Qantas Car Insurance policy you take out by 22 April. T&Cs apply.

Who it might be good for: People who want more bang for their buck with Qantas Points.

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