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Used Maserati Quattroporte GTS For Sale
The elegance of the Maserati Quattroporte GTS for sale is unmatched in grand touring luxury. Its 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 makes 530 horsepower and 524 pound-feet of torque, giving the luxury sedan a top track speed of 190 mph. Its aesthetics are superb inside and out, with an unmistakable exterior. The eight-speed ZF automatic transmission makes the car a smooth, quick-shifting, efficient beast on the road. Upon entry, you're greeted with fine Italian leather upholstery, a spacious cabin, and an 8.4-inch touch control display. But don’t let the luxuries become a distraction the GTS is just as much sport as it is a luxury. It is even equipped with adaptive dampers to stiffen the suspension with the flick of a switch. The exterior lines accentuate speed and aerodynamics, while numerous paint options are available and a myriad of personal touches can be added. Undoubtedly one of Maserati's most luxurious sporting vehicles, the GTS leaves no room for disappointment.
When people ask me what I think about recent cars from Maserati, the first thing I mention is the engine noise. It’s a deep fantastic roar that is especially thrilling for the driver. Now, with the Quattroporte GTS, the rest of the car can keep you as entertained because, if it’s a high-powered salon you are after, the GTS is a bonafide alternative to the class leaders. The luxury sport sedan can hit 191 mph thanks to the 3.8-liter V-8 twin-turbo, which is as fast as any competitor’s, and was developed by the cool factor of Ferrari. Each shift is executed by the dominant aluminum shift paddles and the 8-speed gearbox is crisp and precise. The GTS is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle and has lovely wide tires to put the power down. I was happy that I could get the car to break away a bit under full power and equally impressed that the car handled fast sweeping turns with a sporty spirit. Being almost a mid-engine, turn-in was surprisingly fast and the steering very direct. I think the combination of performance, unrivaled interior quality, and a soul-satisfying sound makes this Italian a worthy contender. Borrowed from the new California T, GTS offers a balanced 523 horsepower and 524 foot-pounds of torque. That amount of power in such an elegant disguise will allow it to reach sixty mph in 4.6 seconds, besting many other luxury sedans. At only 3.8 liters of displacement, fuel economy will also be surprising to the old guard.
The flagship model for Maserati, the Quattroporte GTS is a four-door, full-size luxury sedan. Buyers can choose their engine preference from two twin-turbocharged beasts; a 3.0-liter V6 or a 3.8-liter V8. The V8 proves to be more powerful, with the ability to put out 523 horsepower and 524 pound-foot of torque. The V8 comes standard with all-wheel-drive, while the V6 is limited to rear-wheel-drive. Regardless of which engine is put into the Quattroporte, it is a sumptuous model that performs well on smooth pavement or long winding roads. It offers all the modern conveniences that drivers desire in an everyday driver, but because of its near 200 miles per hour top speed, it is equal parts fun and practical.