The Stelvio was Guzzi’s pavement-focused competitor to the GS and Multistrada. The NTX was more off-road oriented (and it’s the only option the US got), though this still isn’t a bike that you’re really going to get dirty with.
The NTX comes with hand guards, oil sump guard, aluminum bags, spoked wheels, and a bigger windscreen. No matter the version of Stelvio, you got a gigantic 8.5 gallon fuel tank. For more on the Stelvio, check out this review on Motorcyclist.
This example has just under 30k miles and it’s offered by the original owner. “While this is not a garage queen, it is a well-cared for and maintained Adventure bike. And Adventure we did!” It’s well equipped for someone that wants to continue on the adventuring ways of the previous owner, with heated grips, GPS, Double Take mirrors, auxiliary lights, luggage racks, Kaoko throttle lock, and several pieces from Derwood Performance: skid plate, oil cooler guard, sidestand foot enlarger, wind deflector, and more. Recent maintenance includes a shock rebuild, new battery, fork fluids, and plug wires/boots. The only flaws seems to be a slight bend in the brake pedal and a scratch on the nose fairing.
Find this Stelvio for sale in Hayden, Idaho for $7,950 here on ADVRider.