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Maserati Ghibli Leasing

There’s something about Maserati. Just the name evokes images of fast cars, beautiful scenery and glorious driving roads. If you like the BMW 5 Series or Mercedes-Benz E-Class but are looking for something with a little more panache that’s also a little less predictable than the norm, the Ghibli might just be the leasing option for you.
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Top 3 Features

Stylish design attracts attention.

Luxurious and laid back (apart from the fire-breathing Trofeo!).

  • There’s a lot of space up front, but the pedals are offset to the side, which makes getting a comfortable driving position tricky. The rear seats are heavily sculpted, creating an environment that’s wonderfully comfortable and feels pleasingly exclusive. This does mean the centre seat is something of an afterthought, so think of the Ghibli as a 4-seater. There’s a pleasing amount of storage areas dotted around the cabin – from an air-conditioned glovebox to a rear armrest that opens to reveal more storage and a couple of cupholders. The boot is competitively sized at 500 litres, which is only marginally smaller than you’ll find in a 5 Series or Jaguar XF.

  • Nobody expects a Maserati to be cheap to run, and the Trofeo and V6 models in particular are very expensive to keep on the road – if you can get 25mpg out of the car, then you’re doing better than we did. The trade-off, of course, is impressive performance, which smooths things over. The same can’t be said of the Hybrid, though, which is admittedly more economical, but even an official figure of 34.9mpg is far from impressive, while performance is dulled at the same time. All models get a 3-year warranty with unlimited mileage, which means your lease deal will probably be coming to an end just as your security blanket comes to an end.

Models Available

There’s just one Ghibli, a 4-door saloon. Engine choices are limited to the 2.0-litre hybrid, a 3.0-litre V6 or the Ferrari-derived 3.8-litre V8 fitted to the Trofeo model.

Trim Levels

Trim Levels Available: GT Hybrid, Modena, Modena S, TrofeoThe base-level GT Hybrid comes as standard with Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS), full LED adaptive headlamps, soft-close doors and keyless entry, remote start, a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, heated seats and more.

Maserati Ghibli vs Competitors

Most of the Maserati’s rivals are more conventional models – with the BMW 5 Series being the closest on paper. The German model is, however, measurably better in almost every area, whether that’s looking at the 530e plug-in hybrid or the stonking M5 saloon. A Mercedes-Benz E-Class offers a more luxurious experience but lacks the charm of the Maserati. And as a leftfield choice to start with, somebody leasing a Maserati Ghibli might also look at the Jaguar XF – which pits British presence against Italian style, but the Jag mixes it with triple-A driving dynamics.
  • There aren’t many Maseratis around, which makes building up statistics tricky. However, it’s based on trusted underpinnings and has the backing of industry behemoth Stellantis – the owner of Vauxhall, Citroen and Fiat – so there shouldn’t be any quibbles over the 3-year warranty.

  • Objectively, no. The 5 Series is more refined, better to drive, cheaper to run and more spacious. Subjectively, it’s light years ahead, so the Ghibli’s appeal in the face of the BMW’s onslaught is all thanks to that Maserati badge.

  • Yes, but only to a point. The cunningly named Hybrid model has a 2.0-litre engine with a tiny battery pack and motor to help out. Depending on what driving mode you’re in, this either marginally boosts performance or marginally improves fuel economy. There’s no plug-in hybrid, but Maserati, like everybody else, will have to embrace electrification soon.

  • The lowest-powered model, the Hybrid, still packs 330hp under the bonnet. Two V6 models improve on that, while the Trofeo hits the heady heights of 580hp. That puts it into true supercar territory – able to hit 62mph in 4.3 seconds and continue on beyond 200mph.

  • Yes! Well, sort of. The Trofeo model has a 3.8-litre V8 petrol that’s derived from the Ferrari F154 engine, although there are some significant mechanical differences. Still, if you want to tell people it’s the same engine as you’ll find in the Ferrari SF90, we won’t argue.

  • Leasing a Ghibli with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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