It’s the new entry-level Maserati Levante and it’s almost $15,000 less than the next rung up the ladder. It’s still got a twin-turbo V6 and it still has loads of kit. So, what’s not to like?
Maserati. Just saying it out loud makes me feel Italian. The only proviso is you’ve got to pronounce it correctly (Mazer-rarti) for the proper effect.
Growing up in the ’70s, this storied Italian car company from Bologna with Neptune’s trident as its emblem seemed more exotic than even Ferrari. Founded by the five Maserati brothers in 1914, it would go on to produce iconic Grand Prix cars like the race-winning 250F driven by the legendary Juan Manuel Fangio.
It also produced luxury grand tourers like the original Maserati Ghibli; a beautifully styled GT capable of huge speeds in its day – up to 274km/h in ‘S’ tune and an exhaust note to rival its race cars.
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