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The Maserati GranTurismo MC is the only good Maserati — and today I’m going to review this GranTurismo to let you know why. I’m going to show you around the Maserati GranTurismo, and then I’m going to drive the GranTurismo to explain why it’s worth a look.


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With a name like #Maserati, most would assume that seeing a person behind the wheel of one meant you bought something that was loud, fast, and just very different from the stale German offerings in the large luxury sedan segment. Unfortunately for Maserati, the #Quattroporte is one of those rare cars that is in desperate need of a full makeover. From its lackluster interior, awful ergonomics, somewhat noisy cabin, and dated design… It makes an otherwise nice looking car tough to recommend especially when you consider its over $100,000 starting price. Thankfully, an all-new version is on the way and we’d warn you to wait for the next generation model before taking one home.

Whatever you think about the way it looks and what it means for the famous Italian brand, the Maserati Levante exists and we all have to deal with it. The key question is whether or not Maserati’s first SUV is any good and that’s what James Batchelor aims to find out…

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Founded by six Italian brothers in 1914. Maserati switched their focus from race cars to road cars in the 1960’s. While the brand did experience financial trouble in the U.S. in the 1980’s, they’ve been back with a vengeance since 2005. When the GranTurismo was introduced in 2009, it helped to re-establish Maserati as an exotic Italian car brand.

I review the top-of-the-line Maserati Quattorporte GTS with it’s Ferrari-built twin-turbo V8! What do you think of these? Huge thanks to Maserati for providing this vehicle and to the Automotive Video Association for arranging it!
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A detailed in-depth walk-around look at the interior and exterior of this 2018 Maserati GranTurismo Sport.

A very special thanks and shoutout to the awesome folks at Napleton Italian Imports in Indianapolis for allowing me to film this car!

Base Price: $132,975
Total Options: $15,835
Destination Charge: $1,500
Prep and Delivery: $300
Gas Guzzler Tax: $1,700
Total Price as Shown: $152,310

Exterior Color: Blu Sofisticato
Interior Color: Nero
Engine: 90º 4.7L DOHC 32V V8
Transmission: ZF 6-Speed 6HP26 Automatic

Optional Equipment Shown on Vehicle:
Yellow Color Brake Calipers – $750
High-Gloss Interior Accents – $2,200
Exterior Full Carbon Fiber Package – $7,500
MC Des Aluminum Pedals – $565
20″ Gloss Black MC Design Wheels – $2,700
Interior Trident Stitching – $570
Interior Accent Stitching – $300
Leather/Wood Steering Wheel – $1,250

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Maserati Quattroporte generasi pertama sampai dengan generasi terakhir. Sejarah dan ulasan untuk Maserati berpintu empat ini. Maserati Quattroporte secara tidak kita sadari sudah sampai dengan enam generasi karena mungkin baru generasi kelima yang resmi masuk ke Indonesia.

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In this video I’ll go for a test drive & completely review the NEW 2018 Maserati GranTurismo! I’ll go over performance, exterior, interior, tech, safety & much more… Hope you like!

Big thanks to Faulkner Maserati in Mechanicsburg, PA for allowing me to check out the NEW 2018 Maserati GranTurismo! For more information on their inventory please feel free to visit their website below.

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In the latest James Bond movie, one of the eternal starlets of the silver screen, Monica Belluci, makes an all-too-brief appearance. Even though her character’s short narrative is overshadowed by the death of her husband, and her own imminent assassination, Ms Belluci is the very essence of sultry, classic beauty, a wonderful anachronism in the gritty modern world of the Daniel Craig’s era.

And so when I first encountered the Maserati Ghibli S, underground in a dimly lit parking lot, I couldn’t help but think of the Italian actress.

The Ghibli is striking in the metal. Its flowing lines barely make an allowance for four doors, evoking a more athletic shape reminiscent of the sports cars in Maserati’s past and present line up.

The looks, the heady exhaust note, the promise of new generation twin turbo V6 engine all made me a bit weak at the knees, but had the Italian marque done enough to make this a practical, usable, sedan?

We took the car to a deserted, twisty road to find out, and the result is our latest video.

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The Maserati Quattroporte is much more than simply what its name suggests, four doors.

Of course, it has the four doors but it’s a large luxury saloon with a sports car pedigree. Launched in 1963, the Quattroporte is now into its sixth-generation, itself being the subject of a recent mid-life refresh.

The latest model gets a new bumper design with matte black details and a redesigned front grille with new vertical chrome slats. It now features an electrically adjustable air shutter in the grille which helps to reduce drag by 10%.

Along the flanks, there’s now matte black side skirts and restyled wing mirrors while the rear gets a new bumper design with matte black insert.

Inside, there’s a new 8.4in high-resolution touchscreen which now includes smartphone connectivity and there’s a secondary rotary controller between the seats.

Below the screen are redesigned heating controls and a new compartment with fold down cover that contains a slide out tray for your smartphone as well as a USB and auxiliary sockets.

There are three engines to pick from, two petrol and a diesel. The entry-level petrol is the S with a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 developing 404bhp and 407lb ft of torque. The more powerful GTS gets a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 developing 523bhp and 524lb ft of torque.

On the diesel front, you get the choice of a single 3.0-litre V6 with 271bhp and 443lb ft of torque.

All engines are available in standard spec and in GranLusso and GranSport trim.

Prices start from £70,520 for the entry-level diesel and rise to £115,980 for the GTS GranSport.

We’re testing the petrol S in standard trim which costs £82,705. It gets a few extras which nudge the price to £97,045 including: Grigio Maratea metallescent paint; carbon fibre interior trim; DAB radio: 20in machine polished Urano design alloy wheels; Trident headrest stitching; full premium leather finish; convenience pack; and driver’s assistance pack plus.

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Once upon a time I considered buying a Maserati GranCabrio as the successor to my Audi S5 Cabriolet; for the four-seat open-top grand tourer configuration with a truly beautiful V8 sound. Fast forward and the model has now been updated and brought back as the GranCabrio Sport, and it’s still every bit as beautiful and it still sounds phenomenal!

The GranCabrio Sport was launched by Maserati as a refresh to the car, with a slightly revised look, new electronics on the inside but most importantly maintaining that glorious naturally aspirated V8 soundtrack. I’m a big fan of driving a car in the right environment, and with the roof down at sunset, twisty Italian roads and that wonderful engine sound wailing away behind – this was spot on.

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The Maserati Levante is the firm’s first ever SUV. It’s good to drive, practical and has one of the most evocative badges in motoring stuck on its nose. The interior is as stunning as you’d expect, and a pair of engines will be available. We’ve tested the diesel here as it’ll be the biggest seller in the UK.

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