Used 2017 Maserati Quattroporte GTS GranLusso
Pros & Cons
- Engaging handling for a big sedan
- Ferrari-derived V8 with evocative exhaust note
- Missing a few of the latest tech and driver safety aid features
- Firm ride with 20- and 21-inch wheels
List Price Estimate
$44,412 - $50,012
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Which Quattroporte does Edmunds recommend?
Though the standard V6 engine might be satisfying for most buyers, we can't help but recommend the fire-breathing V8 in the Quattroporte GTS. The GTS is available with both the GranLusso and GranSport packages. Our preference is the GranLusso thanks to the safety equipment it offers (forward collision warning and mitigation with emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning) and luxury items like ventilated seats and a rear sunshade. This might be the most expensive version of the Quattroporte, but it's also the most desirable.
Edmunds' Expert Review
Whether you go with the standard V6 on base trim levels or the aggressive V8 in the top-of-the-line Quattroporte GTS, there's plenty of power on tap. Sport mode sharpens transmission responses and belts out a few additional spine-tingling sounds from the exhaust pipes.
Adaptive suspension gives you the ability to adjust the ride stiffness in the Quattroporte, and plush seats make for a comfortable ride. Avoid the bigger wheels if you can, though, because they decrease ride quality significantly.
The Quattroporte has a roomy, well-appointed and likable cabin. There are nearly endless customization options for interior materials and all sorts of plush available features such as fold-out tables and quad-zone automatic climate control.
With 18.7 cubic feet of cargo space in the trunk, the Maserati Quattroporte leads the large-luxury-sedan segment. Folding rear seats make transporting longer items an easy task. It is, however, one of the longest and widest vehicles in the segment, so it's a bit harder to maneuver in tight spaces.
The new touchscreen for 2017 seems a bit out of place. Along with several buttons and knobs, it's sourced from Chrysler, and despite user-friendly controls it feels a bit subpar for the class. There are also several new, previously unavailable, safety features such as forward collision mitigation.
Features & Specs
See all Used 2017 Maserati Quattroporte GTS GranLusso features & specs
GTS GranLusso 4dr Sedan
3.8L 8cyl Turbo 8A
15 city / 22 hwy
8-speed shiftable automatic
523 hp @ 6500 rpm
Our experts like the Quattroporte models:
- Lane Departure Warning
- Alerts you when you begin to drift out of your lane or when the change signal is on and another vehicle is in your blind spot.
- Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go
- Makes freeway driving easier by maintaining a set speed and adjusting based on a set distance from vehicles ahead.
- Forward Collision Mitigation
- Helps avoid a forward collision by warning you of stopped or slowing vehicles ahead and will even apply the brakes in emergency situations.