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Maserati Quattroporte

The Maserati Quattroporte, a luxury four-door sedan was introduced in the U.S. in the 2005 model year. It was the first large Italian sedan produced in over 40 years. In an effort to compete with Mercedes-Bens S class and Audi 8 vehicles, the five-passenger rear-wheel-drive car made its U.S. entrance in mid-2004.

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About the Maserati Quattroporte

The Maserati Quattroporte was the first sedan designed by Pininfarina in the past 50 years. Its exterior has Maserati’s long hood, stylish and striking grille and headlights, and its signature trident emblem. The low-slung body and swept-back profile identify it as a Maserati.

Built on a 120.6-inch wheelbase, the Quattroporte spans a full 198.9 inches. It is equipped with a 394 hp V-8 engine and DuoSelect sequential manual transmission with steering column paddles.

The sumptuous interior features handcrafted leather upholstery and premium wood trim such as rosewood, mahogany or burl walnut with a titanium-style finish trim also available. Power front and rear seats, power rear sunshade, a Bosch-Blaupunkt multi-media system, all-disc anti-lock brakes, Maserati Stability program, and airbags are all standard equipment.

Maserati Quattroporte Features

The 2012 Maserati Quattroporte is equipped with a 4.2-liter 400 hp V-8 engine and is paired with a ZF six-speed automatic transmission. It can go from zero to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds. While its endowed with Maserati’s history of performance, it also offers a quiet ride in the five-passenger cabin. The driver has the option to modify the transmission’s behavior by using either the Low Grip or Sport buttons on the dashboard.

The 2012 Maserati Quattroporte uses new technological features and revised aerodynamics to create a desirable luxury sedan for discriminating buyers.

A new grille is introduced with the traditional trident in the center. The vertical slants and LED headlights make for a striking front end appearance. Even its side spoilers and 19-inch Neptune wheels tell you it is a Maserati.

The interior features handcrafted leather upholstery and wood trim such as starwood, vayona or polished wenge. This identifies the Quattroporte as a true luxury sedan befitting the discriminating driver. The fully-powered front and rear seats are covered in sumptuous Poltrona Frau leather; the wood trim is warm and inviting. Optional heat and massage are available on all seats. Driver controls are attractively appointed and easy to reach. A display screen lets you control the climate control, audio, and navigation systems from a single point. Side, front, and curtain airbags, antilock brakes, stability control, and bi-xenon headlights are all standard equipment.

Maserati Quattroporte Models

The 2012 Maserati Quattroporte S is equipped with a 4.2-liter 425 hp engine and ZF six-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. The driving experience is improved by enhanced torsional stiffness. The front and rear double wishbone suspension prevents the front end from dipping under the braking. Skyhook suspension is available as an option; bumps in the road are absorbed more efficiently by the shock absorbers, keeping the ride in the cabin smooth and even.

Stability control and traction control are standard features, which also makes for a smooth ride, no matter what condition the pavement is in.

ABS is standard, and high performance Brembo brakes with six-piston calipers make sure that braking is responsive and effective.

The interior of the 2012 Quattroporte S is posh and comfortable. Full power front and rear seats allow the driver and each passenger to individually adjust their seat for optimum comfort. The craftsmanship and attention to detail that defines Maserati’s quality is impeccably displayed in the handcrafted leather upholstery and wood accent pieces. No detail is too small to perfect; driver controls are easy to reach and understand. And Maserati wants each vehicle owner to be completely satisfied by offering a wide range of colors and materials for styling the interior.

The 2012 Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT S is equipped with a 4.7-liter 440 hp V-8 engine and six-speed transmission with steering wheel mounted shift paddles. The transmission software was reprogrammed to allow for faster shifting capability. The Skyhook suspension adjusts to the road surface and driving style, improving handling; the car is lower to the ground, as is typical for any sports cars.

The interior of the Sport GT S offers leather seating with Alcantara suede inserts, which is also used on the door side panels and steering wheel. TitanTex, an aluminum-coated titanium fiber used on the trim, creates a shiny, high-performance look to the cabin. Aluminum pedals are available to provide a better grip when maneuvering on the track or street. A Bose multi-media system offers satellite GPS, CD changer, and surround sound.

Maserati Quattroporte Evolution

While it debuted to the U.S. market in 2005, the Sport GT and Executive GT models introduced in 2006. Automatic transmission was introduced as an option in 2007, and the F1 gearbox discontinued. The Collezione Cento model was only offered for 2008; meanwhile, the S and GT S were included in the offering. Bose multimedia system was introduced soon thereafter. Extensive exterior revisions, such as lights, grille, and trim occurred in 2009. The S model gets some trim previously available on the GT S in 2011.

The Maserati Quattroporte, a luxury four-door sedan was introduced in the U.S. in the 2005 model year. It was the first large Italian sedan produced in over 40 years. In an effort to compete with Mercedes-Bens S class and Audi 8 vehicles, the five-passenger rear-wheel-drive car made its U.S. entrance in mid-2004.

About the Maserati Quattroporte

The Maserati Quattroporte was the first sedan designed by Pininfarina in the past 50 years. Its exterior has Maserati’s long hood, stylish and striking grille and headlights, and its signature trident emblem. The low-slung body and swept-back profile identify it as a Maserati.

Built on a 120.6-inch wheelbase, the Quattroporte spans a full 198.9 inches. It is equipped with a 394 hp V-8 engine and DuoSelect sequential manual transmission with steering column paddles.

The sumptuous interior features handcrafted leather upholstery and premium wood trim such as rosewood, mahogany or burl walnut with a titanium-style finish trim also available. Power front and rear seats, power rear sunshade, a Bosch-Blaupunkt multi-media system, all-disc anti-lock brakes, Maserati Stability program, and airbags are all standard equipment.

Maserati Quattroporte Features

The 2012 Maserati Quattroporte is equipped with a 4.2-liter 400 hp V-8 engine and is paired with a ZF six-speed automatic transmission. It can go from zero to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds. While its endowed with Maserati’s history of performance, it also offers a quiet ride in the five-passenger cabin. The driver has the option to modify the transmission’s behavior by using either the Low Grip or Sport buttons on the dashboard.

The 2012 Maserati Quattroporte uses new technological features and revised aerodynamics to create a desirable luxury sedan for discriminating buyers.

A new grille is introduced with the traditional trident in the center. The vertical slants and LED headlights make for a striking front end appearance. Even its side spoilers and 19-inch Neptune wheels tell you it is a Maserati.

The interior features handcrafted leather upholstery and wood trim such as starwood, vayona or polished wenge. This identifies the Quattroporte as a true luxury sedan befitting the discriminating driver. The fully-powered front and rear seats are covered in sumptuous Poltrona Frau leather; the wood trim is warm and inviting. Optional heat and massage are available on all seats. Driver controls are attractively appointed and easy to reach. A display screen lets you control the climate control, audio, and navigation systems from a single point. Side, front, and curtain airbags, antilock brakes, stability control, and bi-xenon headlights are all standard equipment.

Maserati Quattroporte Models

The 2012 Maserati Quattroporte S is equipped with a 4.2-liter 425 hp engine and ZF six-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. The driving experience is improved by enhanced torsional stiffness. The front and rear double wishbone suspension prevents the front end from dipping under the braking. Skyhook suspension is available as an option; bumps in the road are absorbed more efficiently by the shock absorbers, keeping the ride in the cabin smooth and even.

Stability control and traction control are standard features, which also makes for a smooth ride, no matter what condition the pavement is in.

ABS is standard, and high performance Brembo brakes with six-piston calipers make sure that braking is responsive and effective.

The interior of the 2012 Quattroporte S is posh and comfortable. Full power front and rear seats allow the driver and each passenger to individually adjust their seat for optimum comfort. The craftsmanship and attention to detail that defines Maserati’s quality is impeccably displayed in the handcrafted leather upholstery and wood accent pieces. No detail is too small to perfect; driver controls are easy to reach and understand. And Maserati wants each vehicle owner to be completely satisfied by offering a wide range of colors and materials for styling the interior.

The 2012 Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT S is equipped with a 4.7-liter 440 hp V-8 engine and six-speed transmission with steering wheel mounted shift paddles. The transmission software was reprogrammed to allow for faster shifting capability. The Skyhook suspension adjusts to the road surface and driving style, improving handling; the car is lower to the ground, as is typical for any sports cars.

The interior of the Sport GT S offers leather seating with Alcantara suede inserts, which is also used on the door side panels and steering wheel. TitanTex, an aluminum-coated titanium fiber used on the trim, creates a shiny, high-performance look to the cabin. Aluminum pedals are available to provide a better grip when maneuvering on the track or street. A Bose multi-media system offers satellite GPS, CD changer, and surround sound.

Maserati Quattroporte Evolution

While it debuted to the U.S. market in 2005, the Sport GT and Executive GT models introduced in 2006. Automatic transmission was introduced as an option in 2007, and the F1 gearbox discontinued. The Collezione Cento model was only offered for 2008; meanwhile, the S and GT S were included in the offering. Bose multimedia system was introduced soon thereafter. Extensive exterior revisions, such as lights, grille, and trim occurred in 2009. The S model gets some trim previously available on the GT S in 2011.

Select a Maserati Quattroporte Year

2012 Maserati Quattroporte

Luxury, Sedan


The Maserati is unchanged for the new model year. Maserati gave the Quattroporte a number of interior and exterior tweaks for 2011, so 2012 is quiet for the Trident's sedan.

ESTIMATED RESALE: N/A

MPG
13-21
Seats
5

2011 Maserati Quattroporte

Luxury, Sedan


For 2011, the mid-level Quattroporte S receives the exterior enhancements found on the high-end Sport GTS model, including red-painted brake calipers, black headlight surrounds, 20-inch Multi-Trident silver wheels, and more. Two new packages that group popular options are available for base and S models and all Quattroportes now have the same multimedia head unit from the GranTurismo that features a 6.5-inch display.

ESTIMATED RESALE: N/A

MPG
12-20
Seats
5

2010 Maserati Quattroporte
ESTIMATED RESALE: N/A

MPG
11-18
Seats
5

2009 Maserati Quattroporte

Luxury, Sedan


The 2009 Maserati Quattroporte offers several advantages, which interest drivers who can afford luxury sedans.

ESTIMATED RESALE: N/A

MPG
11-18
Seats
5

2008 Maserati Quattroporte
ESTIMATED RESALE: N/A

MPG
12-18
Seats
5

2007 Maserati Quattroporte
ESTIMATED RESALE: N/A

MPG
N/A
Seats
5

2006 Maserati Quattroporte

Luxury, Sedan


The 2006 Maserati Quattroporte family introduces two new models: the Sport GT and the Executive GT.

ESTIMATED RESALE: N/A

MPG
N/A
Seats
5

2005 Maserati Quattroporte

Luxury, Sedan


The 2005 Maserati Quattroporte is rated with high performance with a powerful eight-cylinder engine, a luxurious interior, and sporty body design.

ESTIMATED RESALE: N/A

MPG
N/A
Seats
5

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