Why Lease A Maserati?
Maserati is an iconic Italian car brand, which has made its name over many years as a producer of fast and stylish luxury cars. The Maserati brand forms part of the huge Stellantis Group, and is the most prestigious in a fold which also includes the likes of Alfa Romeo, Jeep, and Fiat.
The range now includes two sporty saloons, an SUV, and a recently announced mid-engined 2-door supercar. Maseratis may no longer be quite as rare as they once were, but they remain an exciting alternative to the mainstream brands. There is some inevitable parts sharing within Stellantis, but the attention to detail, specialised customisations and luxurious finishes are all unique to Maserati.
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The Range Of Maserati Cars
Demonstrating the less mainstream nature of the Maserati brand, currently there are just two saloons on offer (the Maserati Ghibli and the Quattroporte), one large SUV (the Levante) and a recently revealed 2-door mid-engined supercar (the MC20). Aside from the standard options, you’ll also have access to the Fuoriserie program, which allows you to style and personalise your Maserati as you like.
All models are automatics, petrol-powered, and are rear-wheel drive – except for the SUVs, which have all-wheel drive as standard. Trim levels start off with the GT, midrange offerings are referred to as the Modena and Modena S (the S indicating a slight power boost), while the range-topping V8s are called Trofeos. The V6 and V8 engines are based on Ferrari designs, although this link will soon end as Maserati is now developing its own powertrains – as seen in the MC20 supercar.
The saloon range starts off with the Maserati Ghibli, a name traditionally reserved for its 2-door sports coupes and grand tourers. These new Ghiblis are roughly similar in size to a BMW 5 Series or Audi A6, but the name has been used to evoke the dynamic nature of this saloon and it’s definitely one of the sportiest choices in this class.
The Maserati Quattroporte sounds even more exotic but it just means ‘4 doors’ in Italian. This name has been used for Maserati’s largest 4-door saloons since the 1960s. The latest generation goes up against the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and Porsche Panamera. These are Maserati’s flagship luxury models and are packed with all the latest tech available.
The Maserati Levante SUV was released in 2017 and has become a popular addition to the range, thanks to its impressive mix of practicality and dynamic ability. Size-wise they are similar to the Porsche Cayenne, BMW X5, and Mercedes-Benz GLE. The eager responses and exotic looks are the defining traits of these models.
As mentioned above, Maserati has just launched its MC20 mid-engined supercar. This is an all-new model that features the latest technologies and designs that will soon filter down to the rest of the product line-up.