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.
It's nearly impossible to make a statement when buying a large European luxury sedan. Buying an A8 instead of a 7-series doesn't mean you prefer dry humping to oral sex or anything of any significance. All it means is you're a rich person, you like big vehicles, you are never going to buy a Cadillac.
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?
Word today is Maserati is planning a $75,000 sedan aimed at midsized German luxury models, and a luxury SUV that's part Jeep, part Alfa Romeo. This could get interesting.
The number of Italian V8-powered executive sedans can pretty much be counted on one hand, and most of those are Maserati Quattroportes. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Tipo 107 has seen better days, but could it use a better price?
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.
When he sang Wango Tango, Ted Nugent wanted the object of his affections to pretend your face is a Maserati. Nice Price or Crack Pipe likes the Motor City Madman, but doesn't think this is what he had in mind.
We were happy to toss the Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT-S around Italy, so we're not surprised to hear someone is prepping one for the Superstars Series championship.
Yes, you can get pulled over by police for speeding in Italy in a bright red Maserati. But if you're driving the Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT S you can outrun them.
Would you prefer a pure Italian Quattroporte with 288 honest Maserati horsepower… or one with a blown Ford 5.4 modular V8 grunting out 626 Detroit horses? And what would you pay?
This is the Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT S, the newest member of the Quattroporte lineup. The trident-emblemed brand plans to officially unveil it at next month's Detroit Auto Show. What should we expect?