Being one of the few internationally recognized luxury car brands, Maserati is known for what it sells and not how many. If you are someone who appreciates quality over quantity, then you will enjoy this select list of the best Maserati models available for purchase right now.
Starting at roughly $75,000+, the latest range of Maserati Levante SUVs look and feel every bit as European in their core design as they are expected to. If you don’t own one yet, the 2022 edition is a fine place to start. This year, it comes with twin-turbo V8 Ferrari engines, that are fine-tuned to perfection by Maserati. If you have an older model of the Levante though, sit on the purchase for now.
The engines are about all there is to the new update and unless you are looking for a more powerful engine in your Maserati right away, stick with your older Levante and wait until their 2023/24 release. Get the car serviced instead and you may not even need a new one next year either. Admittedly, finding parts and quality services can be difficult for the Italian make, but you can search online for a ‘Maserati service near me’ if you are in Tampa, Florida.
The designs are always what sets Maserati models apart from the luxury offerings by BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche, so it’s not really surprising that the Maserati Ghibli does not disappoint. The 5-seater is one of the best looking and most comfortable sedans in the market right now, hovering somewhere around the starting price of $78,000+.
Most auto enthusiasts reading this already know that they can get more performance for roughly the same money, but the Ghibli (arguably) looks and handles better than most of its competition. All models come equipped with mid-tier automated driving features like adaptive cruise control and lane keeping, but the all-wheel drive is exclusive to the Ghibli Modena this year. The Modena’s V6 engine is also turbocharged by default.
You may disagree about whether the Maserati Ghibli is indeed the best looking luxury sedan or not, but fewer sports car enthusiasts will disagree about the 2022 Maserati MC20 being special. There is nothing else on the market right now that blurs the line between a supercar and a sports car better than the MC20.
Perhaps the most appealing aspect of the MC20 is how comfortable and sturdy it feels, even when you are driving on the highway at ungodly speeds! Check out some of the key specs that makes the Maserati MC20 what it is:
- Twin-Turbocharged V6 engine
- 621 horsepower at 7500rpm
- 8-speed drivetrain (automatic/manual)
- 538 pound-feet of torque at 3000rpm
Just don’t expect any mundane or practical requirements such as storage space because sports cars are not supposed to be very practical to begin with. It’s all about the power, performance, comfort, style, and safety here; all boxes that the Maserati supercar checks comfortably with a price tag of roughly $215,000+ (starting point).