Buyer's Guide


Long known for its evocative sports cars, Maserati entered more mainstream segments with the Ghibli sedan and Levante crossover. Style, luxury, and performance are emphasized in every Maserati. Founded in Italy in 1914, Maserati is now part of the FCA Group.

Least Expensive: The least expensive Maserati is the Ghibli sedan, which starts at about $71,000. For that price, it has a twin-turbo V-6 engine, an upscale interior, and scintillating styling.

Most Expensive: At $170,000, the Levante Trofeo SUV is the most expensive Maserati on sale. Trofeo specification brings a slew of performance upgrades, including a twin-turbo V-8 with nearly 600 hp. That price is more than double the approximately $75,000 starting point of the standard Levante.

Most Fun to Drive: Any Maserati is fun to drive, but the Ghibli might be the most entertaining. Although some competitors are more refined, the Ghibli's agile handling and sweet-sounding engine make any drive an occasion. The Quattroporte, too, is a fun driver's car despite its large size.

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