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Why does this site not let you review dealers with, I spent $43,500 with a dealer and of course he did not send a link for me to review. Completely fake site if you allow dealers to control reviews. ...

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Does Anyone Know Where I Can Find Out If A 2011 Maserati Granturismo Sport ...

Is this a big deal? I had one sales guy tell me the sequential robotic is over $6k just to service. I have an offer out and just realized that 2011 was the year they were making the cut over. It is...

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How Do You Get A Featured Listing?

we have a listing under maserati gran turismo, and just wondered how you get into "featured listings"?

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Franck De Girolami

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I am thinking about getting a 2006 Gran Sport. I don't do a lot of miles (6k miles/year). I currently have a 2006 Cayman S and my maintenance with tires, brakes and everything is around $1k per year...

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Maserati History

In a country where speed limits reach up to 95 mph, it shouldn't surprise anyone that Maserati sport vehicles feel right at home. The Italian automaker works under the Fiat umbrella and makes its reputation off hot designs and high performance. Current selections available in America include the Quattrosporte sedan, the Coupe, and the Gransport Coupe.

Besides having a tendency to guzzle gas, Maserati makes no bones about who drives its cars and what they can do. High pricetags make this an exclusive brand to own. On the other hand, high horsepower can make the Maserati worth every penny.