The name Maserati conjures up thoughts of exotic, sexy sports cars made for the autostrada, twisty mountain roads and European romance and intrigue. The Maserati brothers were involved in the automobile business since the early 20th century, long before forming the Maserati marque in 1926. They built their reputation on svelte, sleek offerings like the 3500 GT, the Vignale, Mistral and Bora…all high-performance cars that represented the pinnacle of Italian engineering and technology. Today, the price of admission for a Maserati may seem steep, but they’re actually surprisingly affordable compared to some other exotics on the market…
How Much Is A New Maserati?
Depends on what you’re looking for! If you’re wondering about a 4 door Maserati’s price, the 2016 Ghibli can be had for $69,800 to $77,900 for a luxury executive-style sedan. Past the Ghibli’s price point, the more fitting question might be, “how much are you willing to spend?”
How Much Is A Maserati Gran Turismo?
A 2016 Gran Turismo can run from $132,825 to $182,009 and is available in coupe or convertible layouts. For that kind of money, you get V8 performance, blindingly-quick acceleration, world-class handling and niceties like carbon fiber race-style seats, an electronic semi-automatic 6-speed transmission and Brembo brakes with carbon ceramic discs, weighing in at 60% less unsprung weight than traditional steel rotors.
How Much Is a Maserati Quattroporte?
Long considered the flagship sedan of the Maserati line, the Quattroporte comes in between $106,900 and $140,500. The Quattroporte features a 4.7 liter V8 that produces 424 horsepower, a Ferrari-based semi-automatic transmission with paddle shifters and a mixed steel/aluminum unibody chassis. The Quattroporte is available in a Sport GT-S model, which features a tighter suspension, higher-performance drivetrain and differences in interior and exterior trim.
How Much To Lease A Maserati?
If you’re thinking about leasing rather than buying, a Ghibli can be had in the range of $850 per month for a 39 month lease. A Quattroporte will run a bit more, from $850 to approximately $1600 per month. A Gran Turismo is in the $1300-1600/month range. That will all change, of course, from one leasing agency/dealer to another, as will down payments and terms.