With the Australian arrival of the Maserati Grecale set down for Q1 2023, the brand has confirmed the pricing for the new model, as well as its entire vehicle range, including the Ghibli, Levante, Quattroporte and MC20.
The Maserati Grecale GT will start at $109,500 rising to $128,000 for the Modena. The Trofeo starts at $165,000 – with all prices plus on-roads. The GT is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-litre 4-cylinder engine, paired with a 48v mild hybrid.
That powerplant delivers 221kW and 450Nm. The Modena uses the same engine, but offers 242kW and 450Nm, while the Trofeo features the Maserati-built Nettuno V6 engine (also found in the MC20), delivering a mighty 390kW and 620Nm.
“The upcoming Grecale lives and breathes the ‘Unique by Design’ ethos that is found in every Maserati,” ANZ general manager Grant Barling said. “Importantly, it also gives Maserati presence in one of the most important segments in the Australian market.”
Standard on the Grecale are a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and separate 12.3-inch infotainment display, Sonus Faber Premium Sound, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a full suite of active and passive safety features.
Among them are adaptive cruise control with stop/go, blind spot and lane keeping assistance, rear cross path alert and drowsy driver detection. A range of option packs will also allow a pre-set level of personalisation.
The rest of the Maserati range has been simplified for 2023, with the 316kW V6 now standard across the Ghibli and Levante Modena, and a consolidation of exterior paints, wheels and trim options across Levante, Ghibli and Quattroporte.
Some previously optional equipment is now standard including wireless phone charging and remote start on the Ghibli and Quattroporte, while a 15-speaker Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system is standard on all Trofeo variants of Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte.
Price wise, the Levante range opens with the GT at $145,000, the Modena at $200,000 and the Trofeo at $300,000. The Ghibli hits the tarmac at $155,000 for the GT, $185,000 for the Modena and $275,000 for the Trofeo.
You’ll need $215,000 to get into the Quattroporte GT, or $275,000 for the Modena and $385,000 for the Trofeo. An MC20 sports car will cost you $467,000 in coupe form and $528,000 for the Cielo version. All prices listed here are plus on-roads.
For further information, contact your local Maserati dealer. If you’re keen to own anything in the Maserati range, and need finance, visit CreditOne.