Maserati Coupe

Used Maserati 4200 Coupe 2002 - 2007 review

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(2002 - 2007)
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Which used Maserati 4200 coupe should I buy?

Maserati offers the Coupe with just one engine, but it's a cracker. The 4.2-litre V8 pumps out 390bhp, and with a healthy 330lb ft of pulling power, it's nice and tractable and doesn't need stacks of revs to get the best from it. With a 0-60mph time of 4.9sec and a 177mph top speed, performance is far from wanting.

There is a choice of gearboxes, though. The six-speed manual is okay but it isn't as slick as a Porsche 911's. And, while the paddle-shift gearbox is arguably more fun to use, it has its problems: early versions gave a very jerky change and, although things were improved in 2003, it's still not perfect under a hard, full-throttle charge, so we recommend opting for the manual.

Safety and general kit are good with a trip computer display, leather seats, climate control and a CD player as standard.

Which used Maserati 4200 coupe should I buy?

Maserati offers the Coupe with just one engine, but it's a cracker. The 4.2-litre V8 pumps out 390bhp, and with a healthy 330lb ft of pulling power, it's nice and tractable and doesn't need stacks of revs to get the best from it. With a 0-60mph time of 4.9sec and a 177mph top speed, performance is far from wanting.

There is a choice of gearboxes, though. The six-speed manual is okay but it isn't as slick as a Porsche 911's. And, while the paddle-shift gearbox is arguably more fun to use, it has its problems: early versions gave a very jerky change and, although things were improved in 2003, it's still not perfect under a hard, full-throttle charge, so we recommend opting for the manual.

Safety and general kit are good with a trip computer display, leather seats, climate control and a CD player as standard.