Used 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS


$42,987 - $45,997
2014 Maserati Quattroporte

2014 Highlights

The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte is fully redesigned. Highlights include new V6 and V8 engines, an eight-speed transmission, available all-wheel drive, more interior room and updated cabin electronics.


Pros

  • Distinctive styling
  • engaging handling
  • potent engines
  • spacious cabin with user-friendly controls.

Cons

  • More costly than mainstream competitors
  • few high-tech safety features
  • overly firm ride with 20- and 21-inch wheels.

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Used 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS for Sale

Maserati Quattroporte 2014 GTS 4dr Sedan (3.8L 8cyl Turbo 8A) Nero 28,154 miles
Used 2014Maserati QuattroporteGTS
List:$42,987
Est.Loan: $783/mo
Maserati Quattroporte 2014 S Q4 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Nero Sabbia premium leather37,686 miles
Used 2014Maserati QuattroporteS Q4
List:$43,594
Est.Loan: $794/mo
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CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. Certified. Nero 2014 Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 AWD ZF 8-Speed Automatic 3.0L V6 Quattroporte S Q4, AWD, Alcantara Headliner & Pillars, Beige Leather 3 Spoke Heated Steering Wheel w/Wood Insert & Matching Color, Heated Rear Bench Seat, High Gloss Erable Wood Trim, Red Painted Calipers. Officine Maserati Certified Pre-Owned Details: * 120 Point Inspection * Limited Warranty: 24 Month/Unlimited Mile beginning after new car warranty expires * Warranty Deductible: $0 * Transferable Warranty * Vehicle History * Roadside Assistance The Used Vehicle Sale Price is plus sales tax, tag fees and a $300 processing charge. All prices, specifications, and availability are subject to change without notice. Every Used Vehicle purchased from Criswell comes with a free CARFAX vehicle history report. A third party pre purchase inspection is always welcome before you purchase. Please contact Criswell Maserati for details and the most current information. Pictures may be for illustrative purposes only; offers not valid on prior sales. Reviews: * Distinctive styling; engaging handling; potent engines; spacious cabin with user-friendly controls. Source: Edmunds * Although considerably larger in size, the new Maserati Quattroporte is a worthy successor to its forebears, retaining a streamlined and utterly dynamic look. The first detail of this unmistakable design is the distinctive front end: the traditional Maserati oval grille, which leads on to the majestic hood and the new front headlight assemblies, with LED day lights, stylistic features that make the Quattroporte immediately recognizable. The dynamic profile of the Maserati Quattroporte is enhanced by a continuous expanse of side glass; three streamlined windows without frames on the doors give the elegant sedan the look of a sleek coupe. The all-LED wraparound rear lights integrate perfectly with the design of the rear bumpers and trunk lid, and are joined together by a chrome-plated central trim that echoes the design of the Maserati grille. Stepping into the Quattroporte is like entering an exclusive lounge. The fine surfaces and luxurious materials. Sumptuous Italian Poltrona Frau leather, elegant stitching details and fine wood trim emphasize the sleek lines of the dashboard, central tunnel and doors, enveloping the passengers in an atmosphere of luxury. The 8.4-inch display of the Maserati Touch Control, is a comprehensive control panel that allows simple operation of the many information and entertainment devices. The pleasure of in-car music reaches new heights thanks to state-of-the-art car audio technologies developed with specialist engineers Bowers & Wilkins. Throughout its history, Maserati has been famed for its innovative engine design. In this respect, the new 3.8L twin-turbocharged V8 installed in the Quattroporte GTS sets new standards, with a long list of sophisticated solutions that make this the most high-tech design ever installed in a Maserati automobile. With 523HP, it allows the Quattroporte to achieve a top speed of 191 mph. In the S Q4 there is a similar powerhouse in the form of a 3.0L twin-turbo V6. Source: The Manufacturer Summary

Maserati Quattroporte 2014 S Q4 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Nero Nero premium leather15,162 miles
Used 2014Maserati QuattroporteS Q4
List:$46,995
Est.Loan: $855/mo
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We are the only dealer in the Eastern United States that guarantees in writing that all our vehicles have no frame damage and no body panel replacements. 2014 Maserati Quattroports S Q4 *Nero Ribelle Exterior Black/Black Interior *ONLY 15,162 Miles *Certified *Like New *Premium + Heating Pack ($4,710): -Premium Package -Alcantara Headliner & Pillars -Power Rear Sunblind -Heated Leather Covered Three Spoke Steering Wheel w/Wood Insert -Heated Rear Bench Seat *Alcantara Rooflining & Pillars *High Gloss Erable Wood Trim ($530) *Rear Seat Bench with Heating *Power Rear Sunblind *Brake Calipers Red ($730) *Steering Wheel Leather/Wood Heated *Key Fob Remote Start Function *Headlining and Pillars *Navigation System *Rear View Camera *Leather Steering Wheel *Home Link *MICA Paint *The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 (all-wheel drive) is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that produces 404 hp and 406 pound-feet of torque. *Still Under Full Factory Warranty *We are the only dealer in the Eastern United States that guarantees in writing that all our vehicles have no frame damage and no body panel replacements. *Several more to choose from as well. We can arrange to ship your car Nationwide. Please contact us for more details. 1-877-971-9100 Select Auto Imports, 5630 South Van Dorn St, Alexandria, VA 22310 -RECALL NOTICE: Some vehicles may be subject to manufacturer safety recalls that for various reasons may not be repaired prior to sale. You may also check for open recalls at www.safercar.gov All prices are subject to change without prior notice and are exclusive of any State or County fees and taxes for all buyers, in state and out. There will be fees applied to your final purchase price along with a Processing Fee of $599.00. (Not required by law).

Bronzo Sienna Metallescent Sabbia premium leather26,130 miles
Used 2014Maserati QuattroporteS Q4
List:$41,999
Est.Loan: $765/mo
Nero Nero premium leather27,000 miles
Used 2014Maserati QuattroporteGTS
List:$45,997
Est.Loan: $837/mo
Bronzo Sienna Metallescent Sabbia premium leather30,762 miles
Used 2014Maserati QuattroporteS Q4
List:$39,900
Est.Loan: $726/mo
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Bianco Sabbia premium leather34,649 miles
Used 2014Maserati QuattroporteS Q4
List:$43,705
Est.Loan: $796/mo
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This 2014 Maserati Quattroporte 4dr 4dr Sedan S Q4 features a 3.0L V6 CYLINDER 6cyl Gasoline engine. It is equipped with a 8 Speed Automatic transmission. The vehicle is Bianco with a Sabbia Full Leather interior. - **Shop where the dealers shop, No dealer license necessary** All Vehicles subject to prior sale. Prices exclude taxes, tags, MSI, Processing and freight charges, and most aftermarket rims. *Some exclusions apply. See store for details. -

Nero Ribelle 31,864 miles
Used 2014Maserati QuattroporteS Q4
List:$41,000
Est.Loan: $746/mo
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Features & Specs

GTS 4dr Sedan (3.8L 8cyl Turbo 8A)
MPG16
Seating5
Transmission8-speed shiftable automatic
Fuelgas
Horsepower523 hp @ 6500 rpm

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The car is fantastic!.
This car is absolutely fantastic! It drives great, is blazingly fast (much faster than the specs would indicate) and inside and out gorgeous. We have driven over 6k miles now and the quality is much better than expected (no rattles and everything feels solid; Feels German, looks Italian, great combo!). There are only 2 complaints: 1) The 21" wheels come only in summer tires (there are winter tires available, but why not great all weather tires, like my 911 has?), and the traction is terrible when temperatures are below 40. You really have to deal with the nonsense of winter tires, even in Atlanta (must be the global warming...). The 2nd and much bigger problem is the terrible support from the dealers. We have 2 dealers here and they don't seem to be too interested in returning phone calls. Even the Maserati Importer cannot get a hold of them. Just go there, get in their face and they will tell you that the (simple) recall items will take 3 days to complete and they will give you a nicely equipped Mazda 6 as a loaner... Their service is worse than that of a "reasonably priced car" dealer, absolutely unacceptable for a luxury car brand. Maserati, please go see how Porsche, Mercedes, BMW and Audi do this. I have seen many complaints about borrowed parts (such as the Navigation system and window buttons, which come from Chrysler), but I couldn't care less. It all works well and other car companies (VW - Audi, Chevy - Cadillac etc.) do the exact same thing, no biggie. Update: still loving car, Dealer support has been greatly improved. They now have Ghibli’s as loaners and response time is good. Maintenance, as is to be expected, expensive: New tires, every 10 to 12,000 miles, $2500, oil change every 12,000 miles, $500, new brake pads every 20,000 miles, $1700 (front and rear).
Haven't lost yet!
My GTS is fast, very fast. 0-60 is less than 4 secs. Top end has exceeded 200 mph three times. Looks like a million and turns heads everywhere I go. Comfort on long trips is exceptional. Don't need the massaging seats. I am 75 and love to race anything at the right time. Have beaten Corvettes, Mercedes and Porches'. So far unbeaten at any speed. I am very particular who and when I race. I will not put anyone in jeopardy and I am always alone. Sound system is extraordinaire. Bowers and Wilkens. This GTS has every option! and listed at over 175,000. I wouldn't buy a new one. Just waited a year and saved over $100,000. The best deal I have ever made on an automobile. Owned many classics and many race cars but this Maserati GTS is the best of both worlds. Have fun.
A Beast
Let's face it, this car is a beast! Very fast, very responsive, with an exhaust note akin to a deep low growl. A head turner too. So all in all, the Maserati nameplate is valid. But, my Jaguar XJL, at half the price, is more comfortable, spacious, tech forward, and stylish. And this one is really a head turner. So for style, comfort, pizzazz, it's the XJL. For pure driving fun, exhilaration, and bragging rights, pick the QP GTS.
More About This Model

"It's not something we officially recommend doing, but you should do it anyway," says Maserati's boss of vehicle integration Benedetto Orvietani.

His suggestion?

"When you're between villages, drop all four windows, press the Sport button and give it full throttle. The sound is fantastic."

And it is, although the pop-bang you'll get on the overrun is even more dramatic. Dual-path exhausts provide the aural fireworks, and they're far from inappropriate for the 2014 Maserati Quattroporte despite its considerable scale. The previous Quattroporte was quite a long car, but this version is bigger still, its rear cabin enlarged to suit the Chinese customers who are now the biggest buyers of Trident-bearing automobiles these days.

2014 Maserati Quattroporte V6 AWD

Well Suited to American Tastes
But Maserati hasn't forgotten the American market (now its second largest), which is why this V6 version of its flagship sporting limo can be had with an all-wheel-drive system that's an essential for middling to big sedans these days.

As you might expect of a Maserati, this system has not solely been developed for harsh winters, but also to make the best use of the twin-turbo V6's prodigious power and the Quattroporte's helpful 50:50 weight distribution. The all-wheel-drive hardware represents only 132 pounds of a 4,214-pound total weight, a number that's 154 pounds lower than for the outgoing rear-drive Quattroporte. Not bad considering that it had a 4.7-liter V8 and similar horsepower numbers.

Thrust in this 2014 Maserati Quattroporte is produced by an all-new 3.0-liter V6 built in Maranello by Ferrari just like the larger 3.8-liter V8. Maserati engineers had a major hand in its creation, however, crafting the combustion chambers, the variably timed valvetrain and the direct-injection fuel system. Although the two engines are architecturally different, they are members of the same modular family.

2014 Maserati Quattroporte V6 AWD

Impressive Power for Its Size
The result is a V6 with a nearly unmatched power density. We're talking 404 horses and 406 pound-feet of torque from as little as 1,750 rpm. Combine those numbers with an eight-speed automatic transmission and you have a responsive car at any speed.

The V6's twin turbos provide a fat stream of power while the transmission does a fine job of reading your desires in the standard mode. In Sport mode it delivers a near-psychic performance, slurring into lower ratios with a pleasingly reedy fizz from the exhausts. You can do it all manually with a pair of finely cast, column-mounted paddle shifters, but you'll need to concentrate hard to do any better than the transmission does on its own.

If surges of eco-guilt follow these blasts you can hit the I.C.E. (Increased Control and Efficiency) on the console and aim at improved fuel economy. In I.C.E. mode, the system chokes off some of the drivetrain's urge with a much softer throttle map.

Maximum Traction Action
The Q4 Active Torque Control system theoretically allows as much as 100 percent of torque to drive the front wheels, although the rear-biased system typically sends 70 percent of the power to the back wheels. These proportions shift in response to a forest of sensor-harvested dynamic data, something you can monitor via the all-wheel-drive graphic in the instrument cluster.

It reveals an initial 50:50 distribution if you crush the throttle from a standing start on a wet or slippery road, effort gradually shifting to the rear as your speed inflates. Not that there's much time to be observing this while you're indulging the Maser's thrust.

2014 Maserati Quattroporte V6 AWD

In contrast to the early, rear-mounted-transmission versions of the previous Quattroporte, the gearbox is now bolted directly to the engine (as with post '97 versions of the last car). An ideal 50:50 weight balance is achieved in this new iteration through careful component location and the extensive deployment of aluminum hardware. Around 60 percent of the body shell is aluminum (hood, trunk, doors) and 35 percent of the car's total weight is aluminum or magnesium.

Buttoning up for a Blast
A mix of urgent low-rev go, a smooth-shifting transmission and incisive steering underline this big sedan's sporting character from the start. And you can sharpen it further still with the line of sometimes hard-to-read ESP/Manual/I.C.E./Sport/Shocker buttons that reside next to the sometimes fiddly shifter.

The Sport mode sharpens the throttle, enlivens the transmission's gearing mission (and cuts out 8th gear), firms up the electronic Skyhook shocks and beefs up the steering's weight. It also reroutes the exhaust gas passages to provide a highly absorbing soundtrack if you're in the mood for back-roads adventuring.

Quick, clean-acting and accurate hydraulically assisted steering helps, as does the QP's innate balance and reliable traction. There's a bit too much body roll in the stock settings, but pressing the shock button improves the QP's equilibrium and does so without doing much damage to the ride. For optimum ride quality, it's best to avoid the optional 20-inch wheels and tires, as they're too often tripped up by potholes and expansion strips in either mode. These intrusions can also produce a bit of steering kickback.

What's Not To Love?
There's little doubt that this V6-powered Quattroporte has the dynamics and the performance to satisfy buyers in this price range. That would be the six-figure price range, as our test car stickered at just over $108,000.

It's also more robustly finished than the previous-generation Quattroporte, something Maserati had to get right to earn some credibility. Oddly, its cabin doesn't feel as lavishly sumptuous as the previous car even though it's built with more care. The appearance of Chrysler switchgear is disappointingly cheapskate, even if the items are functionally fine.

Thankfully, the rest of the 2014 Maserati Quattroporte remains a blue-blooded car of considerable charm. It has significantly deepened capabilities and a dynamic repertoire worthy of its glamorous name. All-wheel drive only makes it more enticing, as winter weather is no longer an excuse to overlook it. Maserati is hoping this is the start of a more prominent presence in the U.S. and we see no reason why it won't succeed.

Edmunds attended a manufacturer-sponsored event, to which selected members of the press were invited, to facilitate this report.

Used 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS Overview

The Used 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS is offered in the following styles: , and GTS 4dr Sedan (3.8L 8cyl Turbo 8A).

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