New Maserati Ghibli Quotes

Performance

The Ghibli is a solid vehicle that Maserati is extremely proud of, delivering sharp turning and even some feedback from the front wheels, the car is nimble and speedy. Selecting the Sport mode, which sharpens the powertrain, set the Skyhook adaptive dampers to their firmer setting and the Ghibli carves through corners with minimal body roll and feels noticeably more nimble. The 271bhp 3.0-litre V6 diesel is joined by a pair of 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6s with up to 404bhp, while an eight-speed auto is standard across the range – making the Ghibli a powerful and speedy machine.

Running Costs

A Ghibli diesel offers the cheapest Maserati experience, in terms of running costs, by quite a large margin. Official averages suggest the Ghibli will return 48mpg and emit 158g/km of CO2. The lower-powered twin-turbo V6 petrol, with 325bhp will offer 29mpg and CO2 emissions of 223g/km, while the higher-power 404bhp Ghibli S drops the fuel economy to 27mpg and 246g/km of CO2 emissions, which is impressive given the sheer performance and power that the Ghibli offers.

Equipment

The Ghibli has various levels of trims available, all featuring a very impressive list of features; including seven airbags, anti-whiplash headrests and a chassis with hot-formed steels in crucial crash zones are all. The 500-litre boot space looks enormous and should happily swallow four-people’s luggage. Stylish extras include an air-conditioned glovebox, large door pockets, a centre console storage bin and 60/40 split rear seats help make the interior even more useable.