Unsurprisingly, the Granturismo is expensive, although prices for cars from similarly exotic brands start at much the same level. Those that can afford to buy it can afford to run it, and the bills they’ll pay will be high. Average fuel economy, for instance, falls short of 20mpg. Resale values are pretty good, if not as strong as a Porsche 911’s.
Maserati Granturismo Coupe quality & reliability
Maserati admits its build quality isn't quite at German levels, and you’ll see evidence of this in the Granturismo. Some of the minor controls feel cheap and look decidedly dated. However, the cabin has a charming, hand-built quality and feels like it’s been put together with care. Reliability hasn't always been the Italians' strong suit, either, although Maserati doesn’t sell enough cars to appear in the JD Power ownership satisfaction survey.
Maserati Granturismo Coupe safety & security
There's not much to fault here - the Granturismo has all the electronic stuff that might help you to avoid an accident in the first place, as well as the latest airbag and belt pre-tensioner technology to protect you if one becomes unavoidable. A vehicle tracking system with automatic driver recognition and remote inhibitor back up the immobiliser and alarm to ward off thieves.