Maserati GranTurismo Gets U.S. Pricing

According to the InsideLine, the new Maserati GranTurismo Convertible will come to the U.S. in late spring and it will have a base price of $140.000, which includes destination charge, gas guzzler tax and dealer prep charge.

According to the InsideLine, the new 2010 Maserati GranTurismo Convertible will come to the U.S. in late spring and it will have a base price of $140.000, which includes destination charge, gas guzzler tax and dealer prep charge. The top-end, fully-loaded GranTurismo will cost around $155.000. North American Maserati dealers are now accepting preorders for the car.

The GranTurismo features a 4.7-liter V8 worth 433 hp paired with a six-speed adaptive automatic gearbox with paddle shifters. Options include dual-color interior ($7,900), colored brake calipers ($750) and one-of-a-kind exterior paint color.

According to the source, Maserati expects to offer about 700 of the convertible models in the U.S. during the first year. [via InsideLine]

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