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Buying a Used Maserati

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Are you looking for a used Maserati for sale in Vancouver?

Maserati is a handcrafted Italian vehicle. Due to its higher price range, many people often choose to purchase preowned Maseratis . Here are a few tips to consider when you begin the process of finding your used Maserati.

Tips For Buying A Used Maserati:

  1. Do your research: Read as much as you can about the different models of Maserati’s (see more details below), check out consumer reports and touch base with friends who may have had some experience with both new and used Maseratis.
  2. Gas Mileage: Gather data on how much gas the model you are after typically consumes. This may help shape your decision.
  3. Cost of Repairs: Maseratis are generally very reliable cars but you may want to find a repair shop that specializes in Maserati repairs to ensure that your vehicle will get the best service possible.
  4. History Reports: A dealer can provide you with all the details you need to know before purchasing a Maserati vehicle. Don’t be afraid to ask! Read through the papers and possibly even pay to have a history report run. This may uncover any issues that could lead to complications down the road.

Aside from these general tips, choosing the Maserati model that works best for you is of course very important. Below is a brief outline of the different Maserati models to get you thinking about which may fit your vehicle needs.

What Maserati Should I Buy:

Maserati Quattroporte

  • Italian for “four-door,” the Quattroporte is a full size luxury sports sedan
  • The interior is crafted with Ermenegildo Zegna silk, fine woods, and premium Italian leather with handcrafted stitching.
  • Features driver assistance systems such as: Forward Collision Warning, Blind Spot Alert, Lane Departure Warning System, and Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Interior sound comes from a 15-speaker Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system
  • Available with a V8 engine with up to 530 horsepower, the Quattroporte tops out at 310 km/h
  • Optional all wheel drive

 

Maserati Ghibli

  • The Ghibli is a mid-size luxury sports sedan
  • The interior is crafted with Ermenegildo Zegna silk, fine woods, and premium Italian leather with handcrafted stitching.
  • It features driver assistance systems such as: Forward Collision Warning, Blind Spot Alert, Lane Departure Warning System, and Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Optionally equipped with a Bowers & Wilkins premium surround sound system
  • Equipped with a twin turbo V6 engine that produces up to 404 horsepower
  • Standard 8 speed automatic transmission, optional all wheel drive

 

Maserati GranTurismo

  • The GranTurismo is a 2-door luxury-sports vehicle, available in both coupe and convertible
  • Features a V8 engine co-designed with Ferrari, it produces up to 454 horsepower
  • Equipped with a 6-speed automatic with paddle shifters
  • Infotainment system with satellite navigation and Bose surround sound
  • Options include 20 inch wheels, Skyhook adaptive suspension, fine leather sport seats

 

Maserati Levante

  • The Levante is a luxury crossover SUV
  • It is Maserati’s first SUV, and started production for the 2017 model year
  • Features a twin-turbo V6 engine, with up to 425 horsepower
  • Equipped with a 8-speed automatic and all wheel drive
  • The interior is crafted with Ermenegildo Zegna silk, fine woods, and premium Italian leather with handcrafted stitching.
  • Infotainment system with a 8.4 inch touchscreen and satellite navigation and Bowers & Wilkins Surround Sound
  • The Levante comes standard with a sophisticated air suspension system with adjustable ride height
  • It features driver assistance systems such as: Forward Collision Warning, Blind Spot Alert, Lane Departure Warning System, and Adaptive Cruise Control
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