by West8 on Dec 4, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Maserati Spyder GT 2dr Convertible (4.2L 8cyl 6M)
After owning several comparable cars in the past the Maserati Spyder holds its own with preformance and style. It's great to drive a car that is unique and not typically seen on the road. Now my Porche spends much more time in the garage. The only problem I have found is in the design of the soft top. When the lid is up there is an over the shoulder blind spot that creates a problem. But who cares...when is the lid up anyway? Other than that, this car is well worth the price tag.
by scottjm on Apr 9, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Maserati Spyder GT 2dr Convertible (4.2L 8cyl 6M)
After driving the BMW M3 SMG Coup the
past two years I decided I wanted to go
back to A roadster. I had already owned
a S2000 and Boxster S, Found the new
BMW Z4 underpowered and ugly. So
decided on Maserati mainly due to the
V8 390 hp Ferrari motor in it. After
ordering one last Nov. without even
sitting in one let alone driving I
started to wonder if I had made a
mistake. It seemed most reviews were
not that favorable to them. I found
that all my
fears were unwarranted. Car was
everything and more than what I was
looking for. Found the Shifting
excellent and had the dealer put on
Tubi exhaust and car sounds better than
any Ferrari I have heard.
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