Maserati Levante Lease Deals
Top 3 Features
Sporty, muscular looks.
A wide selection of interior trims.
Sports-car performance from the V8 versions.
Why Choose A Maserati Levante Lease?
Advantages Of Leasing A Maserati Levante?You’ll know Maserati as a luxury car brand with a sporting pedigree. All the focus is on speed and performance – and that includes when it makes a family SUV. In leasing the Levante, you’ll be getting a practical family car, but one which comes with pace, power and impressive handling. With no diesel or plug-in hybrid versions available, it’s not the most fuel efficient – but if you’re looking for a super-cool, sporty and luxurious SUV, the Levante is definitely a worthy rival to the Bentley Bentayga and the Porsche Cayenne.
Maserati Levante Interiors
Maserati Levante Driving Experience
SUVs are all about practicality and the Levante scores quite well here. There’s more than enough head- and legroom in the front, and passengers can stretch out in the back. Other luxury SUVs are more generous with rear headroom, but the Levante’s back seats recline to make up for that.
The boot can hold 580 litres of luggage, which is usefully bigger than that of the Bentley Bentayga but down on some rivals. The rear seats fold 60/40, which allows a mix of people or luggage to be carried. An electric tailgate is a practical touch and comes in handy when your hands are full. Interior storage is taken care of by covered centre console compartments and door bins.
A luxury SUV with a petrol engine is never going to be as economical as one powered by diesel. The entry-level 3.0-litre V6 only manages a high of 26.4mpg on official economy tests and, as you’d expect, the super-powerful Trofeo V8 achieves even less at 20.5mpg. A hybrid Levante is coming later in 2021.
Maserati LevanteAll Levante models come in 5-door SUV form.
High Performance Models
Levante TrofeoThe Levante GTS offers a step up in performance when compared to the Levante S. But if you want true sports-car pace, the Trofeo will be the Levante you’ll lease. Meaning ‘Trophy’ in Italian, the Trofeo offers prize-winning performance from its 580hp V8 engine. A huge 729Nm of torque – the engine’s pulling power – helps the Levante GTS do 0-62mph in 4.1 seconds. The engine sounds thrilling as it does it, too. It should – it’s built by Ferrari.
Maserati Levante Vs Competitors
There will be. Due to be released in 2021, a hybrid version of the Levante will use a 330hp 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder engine with hybrid technology to deliver emissions of 231-252g/km.
No. Earlier versions of the Levante had a 6-cylinder diesel engine, but, in the UK at least, Maserati has streamlined its engine range and withdrawn this model.
Yes! The high-performance Levante Trofeo’s V8 engine was co-developed with Ferrari and is actually built by the sports-car maker. The 430hp 6-cylinder engine in the Levante S was also co-developed with Ferrari.
A wide range of lease deals are available for the Maserati Levante. There are 4 main trim specs – Levante, S, GTS and Trofeo. Within the Levante and Levante S trims, there are Granlusso and Gransport packs that offer more luxurious and sporty features.
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