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Maserati Quattroporte

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LHD Saloon
The Porte is a 1996 2.8 Stick shift

This manual car has recently has been serviced incl. chains/ belts (2,500 euro,s ) and has a very comprehensive service history

At the height of Fiat's styling prowess, Maserati was confident to be more adventurous with Quattro Porte IV from 1994. Designed by Marcello Gandini who had penned the Lamborghini Countach, the new car was smaller, very aerodynamic (0.31 cd), and featured Gandini's trademark angular rear wheel arch.

A 2.8 L Biturbo V6 was installed, producing 284 hp (SAE) (208 kW), reaching a top speed of 255 km/h (158 mph) while the Italians even had a 2.0 L Biturbo V6 producing 287 hp (SAE) (211 kW) on their price list, both coming from the Maserati Biturbo engine catalog. A V8 3.2 L Biturbo was announced in 1995, coming from the Maserati Shamal, developing 330 hp (SAE) (246 kW) and reaching 263 km/h (163 mph).

When Ferrari took over Maserati, it introduced a Quattroporte Evoluzione in 1998. It featured 400 different improvements to Maserati standards of manufacturing. This improved model saw the famous oval Maserati clock disappear from the interior. Production stopped in 2000.



Petrol

Reference Number 38155

as of 2/2/2009

Overview
Car 1996 Maserati Quattroporte
Exterior / Interior Color Blue Metallic 
Mileage 56,545 miles 
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