The range begins with the three-door 1.2 litre Active at £10,835 on the road, rising to £16,135 for the five-door 2.4 Selespeed Abarth, and the pricing scale is graded at £500 for a larger engine and £1,000 for a trim level upgrade. Five-door models are priced at £500 more than three-door models.
Fiat sales director Andy Rowe said: 'Nearly half of lower-medium car volume in the UK is gained through business sales, while small businesses and the user chooser account for a large proportion of the retail element.
'The Stilo must attract this business, and our pricing strategy is part of an overall plan to underpin success in these vital areas.'
All models will feature ABS with brake assist, remote central locking, six airbags and front foglights built into the headlamp unit. Other features in the range include sliding rear seats, adaptive cruise control, the Connect telematics system with voice commands for telephone, a voice memo, WAP internet access, rear side airbags, a louvred 'sky window' sunroof and an MP3 music player.
Prices: 3-door: 1.2 Active (80bhp) £10,835; 1.6 Active (103bhp) £11,335; 1.6 Dynamic (103bhp) £12,835; 1.8 Dynamic (133bhp) £12,835; 2.4 Selespeed Abarth (170bhp) £15,635; 1.9JTD Dynamic (115bhp) £13,335. 5-door: £500 more than 3-door models.