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  • 2007 Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT Automatic in Silver
    37,157 miles
    Dealer:  (0)
    8.2 mi away
    Stock# 029971
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    $18,500

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    Est. Loan: $337/mo
    Good Deal!Good Deal!
    $3,395 Below Market

    The Auto Palace - Warren / Michigan

    Located 8 miles away from Detroit, MI

    **INDOOR SHOWROOM FOR PREMIUM LUXURY SELECTION** Clean CARFAX History! CD Changer! Multifunction Steering Wheel w/ Paddle Shifters! Heated Front Seats! Memory Seating! Woodgrain Trim Inserts! Power Rear Backglass Shade! Auto Dimming Mirrors! Parking Sensors! Bi Xenon Headlamps! Rain Sensor! Immaculate Condition! Please contact 586-756-CARS (2277) or visit our website www.TheAutoPalace.com THE AUTO PALACE PHILOSOPHY IS SIMPLE- HIGHEST QUALITY PRODUCT AT COMPETITIVE PRICING AND OUTSTANDING CUSTOMER FOCUS** WE START BY SELECTING THE HIGHEST QUALITY VEHICLES AND ENSURING SHOWROOM READINESS INCLUDING COMPLETE SAFETY AND VEHICLE PREPARATION** SOPHISTICATED MARKET ANALYSIS ALLOWS US TO PROVIDE THE LOWEST PRICE UPFRONT** IN ADDITION, OUR FOCUS ON CUSTOMER SERVICE AND SATISFACTION ESTABLISHES RELATIONSHIPS FOR LIFE!**

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2007 Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT Automatic with Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Heated seats, Auto Climate Control.
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive
    14 Combined MPG (12 City/17 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 05-30-2018

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Six figures on my QP's odometer
ARG,11/04/2016
First off, one needs to realize that owning one of these cars isn't going to be like owning any of its German competitors. Parts and service costs are higher, wait times are longer for parts and consumables like brakes and tires will go at double the rate they would on an S-Class or 7er. That said, the fifth gen QP (in Automatica spec) has proven itself in the field of reliability. My own car, an '07 Sport GT Automatica, has a shade over 100K on the clock at the time of this review and everything works as it should and the car still feels well screwed together. Yes, the quality of some of the interior trim is not quite as good as the Germans, however the hide on the seats holds up very well and the seats are supremely comfortable on long hauls. My only wish would be that they would raise up a bit higher to allow better legroom and a little bit more thigh support would be nice. Otherwise, no complaints about comfort at all. The suspension system does have a tendency to eat bushings rather quickly and they're expensive to replace and handling can become a bit "wet noodle-like" over certain imperfect roads but I put that down to my car needing new Skyhook strut assemblies. Maintenance is very straightforward; a major service every two years which covers all fluids and filters and both belts and otherwise just keep up with oil changes every 5K miles. The only major engine issue you may face is replacement of the intake cam timing variators which, if done out of warranty, is a $9K job at the Maz dealer. My car had them done at 54K miles and once they're done, they're done for good as the new parts are re-designed. Otherwise, the ZF six speed is bulletproof as are the electronics with the exception of a few niggles here and there but those can just as easily happen to any German car too. So in summary, if you've always wanted one, do yourself a favor and get one! They're tremendous value now that depreciation has taken its toll and as long as you have either a competent (and fair) dealer or a good Italian car indie nearby, you'll have no problem using this car every day. Just be prepared for frequent replacement of the rear tires and brakes. Remember, go into Italian car ownership with expectations set! It might be more maintenance but as they say, nothing beautiful is easy to keep! Update as of 5/7/17: still going strong, front end bushes have all been replaced along with anti roll bar bushes and also had front skyhook strut assemblies overhauled with new bushes, spring pads and upper mounts. Front end now tight as a drum and I figure on seeing this car through to 200K miles barring any major failures, of which I expect none. UPDATE: 117K Miles as of November 2017 still going strong with no failures and four big trips this year. 200K here we come! UPDATE: 124K Miles as of May 2018. No issues whatsoever save for one oil leak fixed at the recent oil change (o-ring on the oil level sending unit in the oil pan and also valve cover gaskets replaced). Still love the car, still as reliable as anyone could ask, still beautiful!
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