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Specification

Specification

  • Mileage: Delivery
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 4700cc
  • Interior Colour: Nero
  • Exterior Colour: Black
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 4
  • Service: FSH
  • Reg date: 2013/5

Optional extras

  • Powered Hi-Fi System
  • Brake Callipers Aluminium - Silver
  • Comfort pack front seats
  • Ipod Connection
  • Electrochromic rear view mirror
  • Stitching for internal area - Bianco Eldorado (white)
  • Trident Logo Stitched into Headrests
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Carpet - Nero
  • Coloured seat backrest - Nero
  • BOSE Surround Sound System
  • Headlights/Matt Black look
  • Aerodynamic Carbon Fiber Pack
  • Glossy Black Neptune Alloys
  • Headliner - Nero
  • Internal trimming - Dark Chrome
Description
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Description

Whatcar says…

“ The Maserati Granturismo is refined and enjoyable to drive, with well-weighted steering and plenty of grips. There's space for four. The Granturismo range comprises of two silky-smooth V8 engines. The ‘entry-level’ 4.2 has 399bhp and is quick.

The Sport and MC Stradale versions have a 454bhp 4.7, which is usefully quicker and a lot more flexible – 0-62mph takes a mere 4.6 seconds.

The Granturismo is a big car - handles well, with little body lean and strong grip - the steering is precise and well weighted - the ride is firm, but not uncomfortably so; it doesn’t undermine the car's role as a grand tourer. The cabin has a charming, hand-built quality and feels like it’s been put together with care.

The driving position is electrically adjustable to suit all shapes and sizes. You can carry four adults in comfort in the Granturismo.”

 

Autocar says…

“The Maserati Granturismo has underlying brilliance. But it’s the first Maser for an age that you don’t need excuses to buy.

What is still familiar about the GranTurismo, though, is that it’s powered by a V8 engine that revs to the other side of 7000rpm. That, if it manages to be as good as it looks, will guarantee Maserati has a nailed-on winner on its hands. We usually put the ‘beholder’s eye’ caveat in this section when we talk about styling, but with the Maserati GranTurismo it hardly seems worth it.

What’s equally striking about the Maserati when you see it in the metal is how large it is. This shouldn’t be surprising – this is supposed to be a four-seat coupé, after all. 

The shapely roof means there’s not a great deal of headroom in the rear, but the twin chairs are inviting and the legroom is good. 

It’s a good-looking cabin, though, with excellent stitching on the leather and it feels better built than previous Maserati coupés. The better option is the 4.7-litre GranTurismo S, which makes one of the most glorious noises in production. 

We say this because, for the most part, the GranTurismo is impressively comfortable, the ride supple and a huge step forward over the jittery Quattroporte. By placing the engine and gearbox between the axles, Maserati has given the GranTurismo an agility that belies its mass.

As a car to be driven briskly, and in which to mix progress with occasion, the GranTurismo is mission accomplished."

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