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With striking designs and high-performance engineering, Maserati aims to deliver a unique experience to luxury and performance car owners. From 2022 the brand will deliver its first EV sports car, with electrification plans preading across the entire portfolio.

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2022 Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo review
Review | 24 Sep 2022


Is the Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo the grandest of Grand Tourers? With a Ferrari V8, and a deliciously luxurious interior it just might be.
2022 Maserati MC20 review: Track testPlayIconRounded
Review | 4 May 2022


What’s it like to drive the new Maserati super sports coupe on Australia’s fastest racetrack? Glenn Butler draws the short straw.
2023 Maserati Grecale review: International launch
Launch Review | 7 Apr 2022


The Maserati Levante’s smaller sister is clearly targeting the Porsche Macan, but does it stand a chance?

2022 Maserati MC20 review
Review | 16 Jan 2022


Maserati's all-new MC20 super-sports car finally hits the road in Australia. James samples Modena's grand tourer at Gippsland's Grand Ridge.
2023 New Car Calendar for Australia
news | 23 May 2023
Here's everything coming to Australian showrooms in 2023 and beyond.
Ferrari-powered Maserati cars nearing end of the line – UPDATE
news | 12 May 2023
The deal to supply Ferrari engines for Maserati sedans and SUVs is due to come to an end this year, after two decades.
Saudi owner on horizon for Australian importer of Ram, Maserati, LDV, and Renault – report
news | 5 May 2023
After plans to list on the stock exchange stalled last year, Australian new-car importer Ateco Group could be purchased by a large Saudi company.

Police make arrests following theft of Maserati
news | 6 Apr 2023
Police have arrested two people after the aggravated burglary and theft of a Maserati sports car in Queensland.

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Buying Advice | 15 Nov 2022
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2009 Maserati Quattroporte S review
Owner Review | 24 May 2018
I recently moved overseas and subsequently had to buy a new car. My wife asked me to buy a practical and safe family car, that wouldn’t attract too much attention, so I bought a Maserati... She wasn’t impressed. In my defense, it does have 4 doors, 4 wheels and a boot. There are a few token airbags somewhere, and a fuel gauge to remind you that you are killing the planet. There are isofix points for my kid, rear parking sensors, and other pointless stuff like refrigerated compartments and reclining rear seats. More importantly it has a 4.7l Ferrari derived V8 and sounds like an angelic Italian orgy, it looks better than any german (car or otherwise) and can massage me while I attract envious stares from people that regret their pragmatic decisions. The Maserati QP-S competes with the Mercedes S Class, BMW 7 series etc. I admit I didn't seriously consider competing cars because they just didn't seem as special. The 750i was sublime but in comparison soulless. When I think of German cars I think of Angella Merkel.... she seems logical, functional, reliable, intelligent, maybe even pragmatic. However most people would rather bring a few girls home from one of Burlesconi's Bunga Bunga Party. You will probably get a nasty infection, but it will be memorable and you will brag about it. The QP-S is like the girl from the Bunga Bunga party. Whether or not you believe modern Maserati deserves it’s status in the general public, it attracts a lot of attention. That’s been the single biggest difference in my ownership experience vs other European cars I’ve owned. You are now “the guy with the Maserati”, for better or worse. There are real downsides. The car squeaks and occasionally reminds you it is a 9 year old Italian car. The Bose infotainment system, although great for 2009, is very 2009, and the bluetooth doesn't even have audio streaming without aftermarket adapters. Although this is the size of a 7 series BMW, the boot is smaller than a 3 series BMW. Yet the biggest functional failure for me is that the rear seats don't fold down, so you can’t slide a surfboard through, or get a bike in. There is no spare wheel (optional) and not even run flat tyres (optional). Wihin the first month of ownership I had to install a new alternator (2700 USD) and I need to do the front ball joint (I’m afraid to ask). A bi annual inspection and oil change is $2000 USD and many mechanics have refused to touch it. Many cars like this are secondary/ weekend cars, and with irregular use there can be issues even with meticulous service records. However as soon as you open the door, or turn the key, everything is forgiven. The interior is a real highlight. The leather is the best quality I have seen in any car so far, and everything screams high end dead cow. It feels special, even if it feels a little bit old skool. It is an incredibly comfortable place to be, and as long as you don't compare the switchgear to an Audi, you will be impressed. The seats hug you, and there is even a "self adjust" function where air pockets inflate to fit around your body. Wind and road noise is really well controlled, but you can always hear the V8, and that’s the way it should be. Acceleration is solid with 0-100 of 5.2 seconds, but more impressive is how linear and effortless it is. The car came with the best available multiband radar detector to avoid speed traps (legal where I live) which can be handy. Fuel consumption is predictably high at over 14 l/100km. There is no fancy cylinder deactivation or stop start, just a thirst V8 slowly killing the planet. Regardless it pulls hard and you can’t hear the screams of the greenies over the engine note anyway. The 2009 model was fitted with the 6 speed ZF auto, rather than the DuoSelect transmission of earlier models. It was also the first time the 4.7l engine was available on the QP, and had updated infotainment, so it was a great year to target. The auto adjusting skyhook suspension does a great job providing comfort and fun when required, but the steering is far too light for my taste. Aside from that, I personally think the balance between comfort and sport is spot on for this cars target market. When driven hard, it sits flat and balanced. and makes you feel like a demi god. Around town, it's very comfortable. Rear leg room is excellent, access in and out painless, and overall it’s a perfectly functional and (very) luxurious daily drive. The Maserati QP-S isn't perfect, but it is very special. It’s luxurious, relatively rare, sounds great, handles well, and is a functional daily drive (overlooking lack of 60:40 folding seats). It’s missing technology, and being an older car it’s going to start having issues, but it’s gorgeous. The potential service/ repair costs are built into the purchase price on the used market. If you want to cart your kids around in something that feels exotic, love the sound of an Italian V8, or want to get divorced, this is your car. I suspect that in 10 years this car will still be as desirable as it is today. You could almost justify this car on practical grounds, but who are you kidding?
2014 Maserati Granturismo Sport Review
Owner Review | 12 Mar 2016
Purchased my 2014 new a year ago. I was taken with the beautiful styling and the relative power/performance of the car. Back in the late 70's and early 80's, besides owning several Lamborghinis at the same time, I owned some nice Maseratis, but this was my first Maserati since then. Now, as a successful businessman working around Beverly Hills, CA as a daily driver I didn't want to be seen in a Ferrari or McLaren so I chose this car quite specifically because of the Ferrari engine. From the get go until now the Bluetooth hasn't worked and the factory head tech just shrugged his shoulders and said "We're a small company!" This bothers me more than anything else because I do so much business using my mobile phone out of the office. Also, the windshield from new had some weird crystallization and it was replaced, and the second one has the same defects. They are "contemplating" putting in a third one now. The local dealership people are mostly very nice, but could be a hell of a lot more responsive, meaning I have to constantly follow up. I see lots of room for improvement with the service people who could learn a lot more about customer service before they ruin the brand in my locale. Last year I participated in the Italian Stampede from L.A. to Monterey and the car was right up there at 150 + speeds with just about everything else, and it averaged about 20 mpg, while in city driving is just about 12!!! Just wish the Bluetooth would work!!!
2015 Maserati Quattroporte GTs Review
Owner Review | 11 Apr 2015
Having owned and really enjoyed BMWs, Audis, & Mercedes and driven a fair few Porches over the years, I have to say nothing comes close to this Maserati, The 2015 Quattroporte GTS is extremely stylish, has abundant power, handles beautifully and provides a superb ride whilst you are immersed in luxury leather and serenaded to by the sweet sounds of an awesome Ferrari made twin turbo Maserati V8 engine. The lines of the vehicle are sensational and I have had complete strangers come up to me in the past week and say that it looks even better in the flesh than it does online. Compared to the latest German creations I have to agree with them as this Maserati looks so much more elegant than that any of its rivals and is an absolute treat to drive. To be fair I haven't driven the V12 Aston Martin Rapide which sounds awesome, is faster but looks quite dated on the outside and like a 1980s disco on the inside - sorry to a good make who I know will read this and owns one. In terms of the engine note I am surprised how good the Quattroporte GTS sounds given how hard it is to get turbo engines to sound anything like normally aspirated V8s. Whilst the latest German creations are excellent, I prefer to "drive" the vehicle myself rather than have algorithm determine steering feedback or if there is a bus in the lane next to me. This is a real drivers car !

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