Maserati has announced special financing rates on the 2006 Quattroporte to help dealers clear out excess year-end inventory. Can they really be in a bind? We understand that they don't want to have 2006 models on the lot when the upgraded 2007's arrive, but they have sold 1950 vehicles in the US this year; a 3.4% increase over last year. What's next? Zero percent financing for 360 months from Ferrari? We doubt it, but then maybe we could all afford one.

The special financing ends December 31, 2006 and offers 1.9% interest for 60 months or 2.9% for 72 months, saving you close to $15K over the course of your $100K+ loan. You'd better hurry though, as many dealers are already out of the 2006 and awaiting the 2007, which we'll learn more about in Detroit a few weeks from now.

Thanks Dave T for the tip!

[Source: Kicking Tires]


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