2007 Maserati Quattroporte Overview

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Avg. Price: $35,880
Executive GT
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Avg. Price: $35,124
Sport GT
Avg. Price: $35,943

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Killer Performance In A Beautiful Package - Plus I Get Some Free Omaha Steaks by Bob
 — Test Drive in August, 2008, at the Pasadena dealership. More why the test drive later . . . All I can say is the performance of this car is quite breathtaking. The 400 Ferrari horses under the hood... Read More
Killer Performance In A Beautiful Package - Plus I Get Some Free Omaha Steaks by Bob
 — Test Drive in August, 2008, at the Pasadena dealership. More why the test drive later . . . All I can say is the performance of this car is quite breathtaking. The 400 Ferrari horses under the want... Read More
2007 Maserati Quattroporte by Paul
 — Amazing four door luxury saloon which handles like a two seater sports car. I remember driving one of these on a closed circuit very enthusiastically and it felt so right. Great feedback through the s... Read More

2007 Maserati Quattroporte Overview

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2007 Maserati Quattroporte

The Maserati Quattroporte represents the combined efforts of Italy's finest automotive traditions - Maserati, Ferrari, and Pininfarina - all wrapped up in an elegant luxury sports sedan.

The 2005 version, first to reach these shores, was pronounced a classic once its Formula-1-inspired transmission was set to automatic mode and "clunky" shifting ensued. In 2007, Maserati offers a $1,250 optional six-speed ZF automatic transmission for those luxury performance buyers who prefer a more Teutonic shifting experience.

The addition of the ZF automatic necessitated the replacement of the DuoSelect six-speed sequential manual gearbox and its torque tube/transaxle setup for a conventional transmission arrangement with a
Standard equipment retains the DuoSelect transmission with its very slick Formula 1 paddle-shifting mode. It continues to be "clunky" in automatic mode for light-to-moderate driving, but once you're hooked on the paddle shifters, you'll never use the automatic mode, for the engine sings in Italian operatic tones.

Under the hood, a sensuous 4.2-liter, dual-overhead-cam V8, tuned by Ferrari/Maserati's GT team, produces 396 hp at 7,000 rpm - 500 rpm below the redline - pushing the 4,400-pound sedan from 0-62 in 5.6 seconds and to a 168-mph governed top speed. Its fire-red, crackle-finish cam covers with a sculpted matte-black intake plenum prominently feature Maserati's trident logo, leaving no doubt as to its parentage.

Interior appointments are pure Italian elegance at its finest: The cabin is quiet, comfortable, and swathed in luxurious, soft leathers in a wide range of colors.

Maserati has its Teutonic and Nipponese rivals, but it also has the only Italian luxury four-door - or quattroporte - sports sedan driving experience - an experience that some reviewers claim went beyond "ultimate."

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