For Strong performance and sporty handling mixed with limousine space.

Against It’s expensive, and too sporty and unrefined if you want to spend most of the time in the back seats. The diesel engine is noisy and some cabin details don’t match up to the price.

Maserati Quattroporte Saloon
33 5stars

The Maserati Quattroporte delivers limo space allied to sports car performance. It isn't comfortable or refined enough, though, and parts of the interior feel cheap.

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There are 3 Maserati Quattroporte versions available

Saloon 3.0D V6 4dr £69,235
What Car? says:2 stars out of 5
Saloon 3.0 V6 S 4dr £81,555
What Car? says:3 stars out of 5
Saloon 3.8 V8 GTS 4dr £109,625
What Car? says:3 stars out of 5

Buyer's notes

Target Price team says:

This is a performance saloon first and a luxury limousine second, so it makes most sense with petrol power; the petrol models are faster than the diesel and far more refined. The V8 is seriously quick, but the V6 is the better buy because it's nearly as fast yet is a lot cheaper. In contrast, the diesel is a disappointment due to its gruff engine note and lethargic low-rev performance.

The V6 and diesel come with 19-inch wheels, while the V8 has 20-inch alloys. Larger wheels are available as options, but seeing as the ride is firm on the standard wheels and tyres, make sure you’re happy with the ride comfort before you go for bigger ones.

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