The Maserati Quattroporte is the pornstar of the luxury sedan world. What do you need to know before you buy a Maserati Quattroporte? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Today's holy-crap-I-can't-believe-this-is-even-legal used car deal is one that not only has one of the best designs ever, but has a freaking hand-built Ferrari V8 under the hood. Welcome to the Maserati Quattroporte Executive GT - yes, it's real, and it's spectacular.
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
Puerto Rican rap group Calle 13's frontman René Pérez Joglar is not happy with the state of hip hop. He thinks it's all driven by money and greed and conspicuous consumption. Now he wants to show consumerism who's boss, starting with... um, a car he bought himself.
It is sometimes said that there is no way to get out of a race car without looking awkward. I think Heidi Klum just proved everyone wrong in this photo shoot, where she makes the Maserati lineup look even better than it already did.
Sometimes the same cars that sell to old people in the U.S. and Europe sell to a very different crowd in China. Buick is one of the best examples, earning a decent foothold among up-and-coming Chinese consumers while it was saddled with a senior citizen image here. Now, it's Maserati's turn to find a new audience.
See if you can count how many times the Quattroporte is called a four door Ferrari. Just try.
Yes, it's "fancy." That's the best headline I can come up with for this special edition 2014 Maserati Quattroporte. Its name doesn't fit otherwise. Also, I have no idea how to pronounce it all.
Somewhere in Turin or Auburn Hills or wherever, Sergio Marchionne said the words, "See, I told you so," this week. This must have happened based on recent orders received for Maseratis.
Hey, you know how it is sometimes. You spend close to half a million dollars on a luxury car, you start to have problems with it, and then your dealership fixes it with shoddy used parts so you're forced to take a sledgehammer to it in public. We've all been there, right?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Maserati is all about the fours. Not only is it named Quattroporte - after its having that many doors - but it’s also shed its four-cam engine for one with fewer cams and, you guessed it, 440 cubic inches. Will you find however, that its price is worth forking over?
The new Maserati Quattroporte uses buttons from Chrysler products on the interior because Chrysler and Maserati are now step brothers. People in the automotive world are all sorts of angry about it.
I was reading a first drive review of the new Maserati Quattroporte the other day on the website of something called Car and Driver. It's safe to say the new QP isn't as seductive-looking as the outgoing model, mostly because it's noticeably bigger and wider.
Considering Ferrari hasn't produced a turbocharged vehicle since the F40, we were rather surprised hear the familiar sound of a turbo coming from this California recently spotted on the manufacturer's private test track.
Gabriel Matthews went to a dealership in Pennsylvania to buy a Maserati. He wrote two checks to cover the $60,616 price. Then the dealership called Matthews' bank and found out his account had been closed. Now he's on the run, charged with three crimes. Didn't quite think this one through, did we?
What is it with the French and their magnificent market failures? This is the Citroën SM Opéra, a galactic market failure which makes galactic market failures like the Renault Avantime (total made: 8,557) look positively submicroscopic. For this, to be specific, is one of the eight Citroën SM Opéras ever made.
Fiat announced plans today to give Ferrari six new models and Maserati a new entry-level M5-rival, all by 2014. The U.S. is also getting some Alfa Romeos starting in 2012 — including the MiTo. Here's the full stack of plans.