Maserati Australia has launched a revised range of its Quattroporte four-door model with prices cut by as much as $36,000.
The Maserati Quattroporte is now stickered at $250,000 (was $286,000) while the new range-topping Quattroporte Sport GT S MC Sportline is priced at $298,800 (was $328,900).
Equipment changes are plentiful with the standard Maserati Quattroporte gaining the new Magneti Marelli Multi Media system which includes a Bose surround sound audio with MP3 Jukebox and 30GB hard disk, hard-drive GPS navigation, Bluetooth and voice control.
The range-topper, the Maserati Quattroporte Sport GTS, is now standard with the MC Sportline package which sees the normal wood trim interior replaced with sporty carbon fibre and includes the MC-Auto Shift transmission. Revised mapping in the 4.7-litre V8 also brings extra power (323kW to the standard Quattrporte’s 295kW.
Of course the Maserati Quattroporte is magnificently styled, outrageously luxurious inside and immensely popular – boasting sales growth in Australia of 90 per cent so far this year.