Used Maserati Grancabrio cars for sale

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Maserati Grancabrio

V8 Sport 2dr MC Shift Auto

£57,991
2012(12)
£1,095.08 per month
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  • 28,048
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

V8 MC 2dr MC Shift Auto

£94,990
£1,806.02 per month
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  • 2,730
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

4.7 2dr Auto

£49,970
2010(10)
£940.96 per month
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  • 29,000
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

Sport Auto

£69,990
£1,325.64 per month
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  • 3,811
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

4.7 2dr Auto

 
£43,995
2010(60)
£826.15 per month
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  • 50,000
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

V8 Sport 2dr MC Shift

 
£64,995
2014(14)
£1,229.67 per month
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  • 19,652
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

Sport Auto

£104,990
£1,998.17 per month
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  • 20
  • Automatic
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  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

V8 MC 2dr MC Shift Semi-Automatic

£99,950
2017(17)
£1,901.33 per month
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  • 1,000
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

V8 MC 2dr MC Shift Auto

£92,990
£1,767.59 per month
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  • 6,414
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

4.7 Sport 2dr Auto

 
£73,990
2015(15)
£1,402.50 per month
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  • 17,300
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.7L
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Maserati Grancabrio

Sport V8 Auto 2-Door

£88,950
2016(K)
£1,689.96 per month
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  • 3,500
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 4.2L
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Used Maserati Grancabrio

Background

Maserati has been in the Fiat group since 1993 and the marque seemed to lose its way for a while in the '90s. In 2007 though it turned a profit for the first time in its Fiat ownership, thanks largely to the introduction of the Granturismo coupé which helped reposition Maserati as a luxury brand away from the more overtly sporting Ferrari.
       
Launched in 2009 with a 4.7-litre V8 engine and a 6-speed automatic gearbox the GranCabrio is effectively a topless version of the Granturismo and the first four-seat convertible in the company's history. A Sport version with revised suspension and brakes along with a more powerful 4.7-litre engine went on sale in October 2011. Exterior changes include black detailing for the grille, lights and exhaust along with new 20-inch alloys.
       
The Sport also saw the introduction of the MC Auto Shift system to improve the gearbox response and an upgrade to the Skyhook active suspension system to give it a sportier feel.
 
Bang for your buck
 
This is a big car, at 4.9 metres long it's 8 cm longer than a Bentley Continental GTC. It's a good looker though thanks in part to the fact that it uses a conventional soft top rather than a bulkier folding metal roof. The roof incidentally can be operated on the move at speeds below 19 mph. 20-inch alloy wheels are standard with a choice of two designs at no extra cost. The roof is black as standard but can be had in a range of other colours at extra cost.
       
The GranCabrio's length pays off inside with leg room for four adults though headroom in the back is restricted when the roof is up. The boot is disappointingly small too – smaller than the coupé's because of the extra strengthening needed to make up for the lack of a metal roof.
 
What you'll pay
 
A 10 plate standard car will start from about £57,000 with a Sport being up to ten thousand more. Go for a low mileage 62 plate Sport and you can expect to pay £100,000 plus. Prices are sensitive to spec, mileage and history so compare cars carefully.
 
What to check
 
A full service history is important with Maseratis so look for a full set of stamps in the book. Make sure the roof is in good condition and inspect the wheels to make sure they haven't been kerbed.
 
Parts
 
Parts are going to be expensive but if you can afford to buy a car like this you'll expect that. Front brake pads will be around £255 a pair and £280 for the rears. An alternator is close to £500 and an exhaust system, without catalysts, around £3,600.
 
How it drives
 
The Maserati GranCabrio is quick though its weight means it's not as fast as competition like the Jaguar XKR or Mercedes SL63 AMG. It still has that glorious V8 engine note though and with the roof down you can enjoy it to the full. You'll need to put the gearbox into manual mode and hold onto the gears to fully exploit it though. The brakes are impressive and resist fade well in hard stops. Don't expect much more than 20 mpg on the open road and probably 12 or less around town but then you don't buy a Maserati for its green credentials..
       
The suspension on standard cars is firm, especially so if you select Sport mode for the dampers and can be a little uncomfortable on rough roads. The Skyhook system on the Sport model though is impressively refined making it an excellent cruiser. As with the coupé the steering is a little disappointing, it's nicely weighted but lacks a little accuracy partly due to some flex in the chassis.
       
The cabin cossets you in leather and airflow with the roof down is well managed especially if you keep the windows up. Major controls are well placed and easy to use but the buttons for the stereo and navigation system are a bit too fiddly.
 
There's a lot of competition for your money in this market. But if a Ferrari or Lamborghini is too extrovert, a Jaguar or Aston Martin too gentleman's club and a BMW or Mercedes too clinical then the GranCabrio is a likeable and well-equipped choice. It's also one of the few genuine four-seaters in this class.

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