How Much Is a Maserati? The amount you will pay for a Maserati depends on the model you choose, the year and all of the available options. The GranTurismo is the most expensive, costing between $40,000 and $300,000 depending on what model and upgrades you select. The Ghibli is the least expensive option at around $50,000 to $70,000.
How much does a Maserati GranTurismo cost?
A GranTurismo will get you from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, and tops out at 183 mph. Its 6.3L V8 engine is equipped with a dual-stage fuel injection system, which helps improve both power and throttle response. The GranTurismo also comes standard with a seven-speed automatic transmission and rear wheel drive.
If you’re looking for something more affordable, there are several options for buying a used Maserati at lower price points:
- A 2007 model year GranTurismo Sport has a base price of $100,000
- A 2004 model year Cambiocorsa has a base price of $80,000
- A 2006 model year GranSport Spyder has a base price of $60,000
How much does a Maserati Levante cost?
Maserati’s Levante SUV starts at $73,000. The base model features a turbocharged V6 engine that produces 345 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque, and is paired with an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission.
The Sport version adds 20 horsepower to the engine for a total output of 360 hp, as well as active dampers and an optional limited slip differential. It also comes standard with 18-inch wheels while other models are offered with 19s or 20s.
At $75,000 you get all the options available on the Sport model plus LED headlights and grille surround, polished exhaust tips and 21-inch alloy wheels. And finally at $77,500 you get carbon fiber accents inside and out (including mirror caps), sport seats covered in leather or Alcantara fabric depending on trim level selected by customer order prior to delivery date chosen during ordering process.
How much does a Maserati GranCabrio cost?
The Maserati GranCabrio is the flagship model in the lineup. It can be had with a standard V8 engine, but a turbocharged V8 is also available to give you some extra muscle under the hood. Prices start at $109,995 for an entry-level model and go up to $164,900 for one of their most expensive options. A used GranCabrio might cost anywhere between $50,000 and $110,000 depending on its condition and mileage.
A new GranCabrio has a starting price of just under $170k with all possible options included in that price tag (the base model comes in at just over $120k). However, if you want a special edition or certain features like GPS navigation or leather seats then your final price will be higher than this figure.
How much does a Maserati Ghibli cost?
How much does a Maserati cost?
A Maserati Ghibli can range from $71,600 for the base model to $170,000 for the top-of-the-line trim. The Ghibli is a luxury sports sedan that slots between the Quattroporte and GranTurismo in terms of price and performance. It’s also the first Maserati sold in the US market since 2011 when it was known as simply “the Quattroporte” or QP. If you want an entry-level luxury sports sedan with Italian flair and performance credentials, this might be your best bet—although it won’t come cheap!
Why are Maseratis so cheap used?
Maseratis are Italian sports cars, so they’re not cheap to maintain. You also have to pay more for insurance and fuel. Parking them can be expensive, since there are fewer public garages in which to leave your supercar than with less expensive vehicles—and parking lots tend to charge more for space due to the limited availability of spaces. The last reason is repairs: a Maserati costs more than most used cars on the market and requires expert attention from mechanics who specialize in Italian vehicles.
A brand new Maserati can range from $71,600 to $170,000
Maserati is a luxury car brand that was founded in 1914 by Alfieri Maserati in Bologna, Italy. The company has since expanded to include four different models: the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante; as well as the GranTurismo and GranCabrio.
Before it was acquired by Fiat in 1993, Maserati had been owned by various Italian industrial groups for over 60 years. During this time, they produced some of the world’s most iconic sports cars such as the Tipo 26 Grand Prix racer from 1925–1929; along with the 3500 GTi from 1957–1960 (or “Tipo AM101”). Maserati also created several limited edition models including those based on their GranTurismo MC Stradale model line such as our featured image above — which sold for $160k+.
How To Care For Your Maserati
Clean the wheels and tires
The wheels and tires are the most vulnerable part of your Maserati, so it’s essential to clean them properly.
- Use a soft brush to clean the wheels. This will help loosen any dirt or debris from between the spokes and on the wheel face, but be careful not to damage or scratch them!
- Use a soft cloth for cleaning your tires. This will help get rid of any grime, mud, or other residue that may have built up on your tire rims after driving in wet conditions. If there is any stubborn dirt you can’t remove by hand-washing alone then consider using a tire cleaner (such as Armor All Tire Cleaner) diluted with water in order to loosen it up before washing away with soap and warm water again afterwards!
Inspect the brake pads
If you have a Maserati, it’s important to inspect the brake pads every time you change your oil. Brake pads should be replaced every 25,000 miles and should be replaced again if they are worn down to less than 1/16″ in thickness. They should also be inspected for damage such as cracking or warping and contamination with oil or grease.
Check tire tread
If you have the patience to check your tires, you should be able to tell if they need replacing by looking at their tread. Tire manufacturers generally recommend replacing tires when they fall below 2/32″ (1.6 mm) of tread depth or 4/32″ (3.2 mm).
You can check this by inserting a quarter between each groove on both sides of the tire, but it’s important that the coin is clean so it doesn’t get stuck in between grooves.
Keep your car in a garage
Keeping your Maserati in a garage as much as possible is good for both the car and your sanity. Garages protect your vehicle from the elements, preventing rust, wear, and tear on its exterior. A garage also keeps thieves away — burglars are less likely to break into a house if they see that there’s an expensive vehicle sitting right outside the front door. And keeping your car in a garage protects it from the other dangers of being exposed to the outside world: sun damage (which can cause fading), rain damage (which can cause rust), snow damage (which can buckle wheels), wind damage (which can fling around loose objects like rocks or leaves), dirt accumulation (which blocks out sunlight) and even theft!
Check your oil regularly and change it often
The most important part of your car is the engine, and your engine relies on oil to function properly. If you don’t change it regularly, then you run the risk of damaging your car’s internal components and having more expensive repairs later on. Changing your oil every 3-6 months is recommended for most cars; if you drive more than average or in stop-and-go traffic frequently, changing it sooner may be necessary.
Use touch up paint on small scratches and dings
You can use touch up paint to repair small scratches and dings. First, clean the scratch to remove any dirt or debris. Then apply a small amount of paint using a Q-tip or paintbrush. Allow it to dry for several days before driving your Maserati again. Touch up kits are easy to find at local auto parts stores and may cost as little as $10-$30 depending on the size of your kit and number of colors included in it.
Replace the spark plugs
- Spark plugs are the most important part of your car’s engine. This is because they ignite the fuel inside it, which allows your car to run smoothly.
- If you neglect to replace them regularly, you’ll notice a significant drop in gas mileage and performance.
Replace the wheel alignment
As with any performance-oriented vehicle, it’s important to keep your Maserati aligned. This is not a luxury or option; the car’s handling depends on it. You should check your wheel alignment every 3,000 miles and adjust it as necessary.
There are several signs that your wheels are misaligned:
- When driving straight down the road, you feel a vibration in one of your tires
- Your steering becomes erratic and difficult to control
- Your car pulls to either side when making turns
Be careful with washing, waxing and polishing
- Do not use abrasive materials to clean the car.
- Do not use harsh chemicals.
- Do not use a power washer.
- Do not use a pressure washer (unless you want to ruin your paint job and all of the work you’ve put into it).
- Avoid using waxes that are too strong or too weak for your vehicle, as this can cause damage to its finish as well as discoloration of its paintjob and other components over time (especially if you’re trying out some DIY stuff at home!). Use products specifically made for Maserati vehicles, which often come in kits containing multiple kinds so that every part gets covered properly before being sealed with another layer designed specifically for protection purposes only – meaning nothing will rub off onto anything else ever again! Better yet: go ahead and buy yourself one right now so everything has been taken care of ahead of time since nobody wants their car looking mediocre when they’ve spent thousands upon thousands on it already…
If you want your Maserati to look good, you need to maintain it well
The best way to avoid problems with your Maserati is regular maintenance. A car that isn’t maintained properly can break down at any time, which can lead to expensive repairs or even its total loss. As a result, it’s important that you look over your Maserati regularly and make sure that everything is in working order.
How do you know if your Maserati needs maintenance? Look for signs like:
- Oil leaks
- Exhaust smoke
- Coolant leaks
You should also check the levels of coolant, oil and brake fluid—if they’re low or empty then you’ll need to add more right away!