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Maserati model guide

What Maserati models are there?

If the BMW 5 Series just doesn’t do it for you, the Maserati Ghibli is a stylish option. It’s certainly appealing if you don’t want the same car as everyone else, and backs up its exclusivity with powerful engines and a smart interior. The trident badge alone may sway you away from more conventional alternatives. Just make sure you’re happy with the amount of rear-seat space on offer, and that you’re prepared for potentially high running costs.

Above that is the bigger Quattroporte, a more luxurious offering with V6 and V8 engines.

Which Maserati models are SUVs?

A bit late to the party, perhaps, but Maserati now has a Porsche Macan-rivalling SUV in the shape of the Grecale. It brings evocative styling and a clear focus on performance, both in terms of its power outputs and its handling sparkle. Think of the Grecale as a more luxurious Alfa Romeo Stelvio.

At the top of Maserati’s SUV lineup is the Levante, which will certainly stand out in the school car park. It’s undoubtedly an interesting and exclusive alternative to the Porsche Cayenne or BMW X5. As a used car it’s a lot cheaper than a brand-new equivalent, and goes some way to offset its thirst for fuel.


Traditionally, Maserati’s reputation for reliability isn’t so good. But, with the backing of Fiat, Chrysler and various other brands in the Stellantis group, a modern Maserati isn’t necessarily a poor choice. The diesel engine used in some models was built by black-pump specialist VM Motori. Servicing costs are likely to be on the high side, mind you, but you can take the stress out of ownership with a Motorpoint Extended Warranty.

At the time of writing, Maserati is just ramping up its electric car portfolio. Electric versions of the Grecale SUV, GranTurismo coupe and MC20 supercar are all confirmed, and these will all come with Folgore badging, which means ‘lightning’ in Italian.

GranSport and GranLusso are trim levels that sit above entry-level models. GranLusso is luxurious, offering leather seats and wood trim. GranSport brings a more aggressive look that’s in keeping with Maserati’s racing heritage. You get large alloy wheels, black trim, red brake callipers and a sports steering wheel with paddle shifters. In more recent cars, you might see GT and Modena trim levels instead.

If you’re looking for a fast flagship in the mould of Audi’s RS cars and Alfa Romeo’s Quadrifoglio badge, look out for a Maserati Trofeo model. These are the most powerful, with well over 500hp on tap, and are suitably expensive. The SUVs actually accelerate faster than the sleeker Trofeo saloons, due to the Grecale and Levante Trofeo coming with four-wheel drive rather than rear-wheel drive.

Impress your neighbours for less than you’d expect. Used Maserati cars for sale at Motorpoint are all available with flexible Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) or Hire Purchase (HP) finance.