2016 Ghibli New Car Test Drive
2016 Ghibli Owner Reviews (5)
Great not being just another german car that are everywhere u look now
Love my Ghible
For $70-80K, it's a steal for 400hp with twin turbo, Ferrari built V6 engine.... Head turning Italian styling with 5 seats. Cabin looks solid and pretty quiet for sports car. combined 20mpg.!!! if you can't afford over $100k sports car, Ghibli is your car. I owned Audi A4 and A6 in past, I loved them, but I love Ghibli more.Audi, Mercedes, BMW are just too quite and boring same all styling. Turn on it's SPORT MODE button and loud Italian muffler sound comes arrive. The negatives are expensive maintenance, insurance cost and lack of high tech amenities. But hey, its fun to drive beautiful car, who needs high techs.....
2016 Maserati Ghibli 4 dr all wheel drive
Great car love it in all ways car came with loads of opions msrp 97000.00 traded in my Roush 2014 mustang with 575HP and it is more fun to drive then the Roush.Everybody i know loves its looks, at car shows it draws people to it.
Love our Maserati
Bought a 2016 for my wife to replace a 2010 350 E class mercedes. This car drives like a dream, handles the road and brakes superbly. Touch screen system easy to use and the GPS system better than our prior Mercedes by far. ( including my 2013 SL) Only negative is decreased seating room in back seat for guests. Driver has to push his seat up and retract the steering wheel to give rear passenger enough room, but if only two are in thecae it is extremely comfortable. Strongly suggest if you get one buy the lane change assist extra as we had this in the Mercedes and then in the Maserati works just as well, and is a great safety feature. Another negative is the cup holders are too small, need to be improved for next year .
Don't buy this car if you live in New York City
The car sits very low to the ground and if you bottom out, and you will. The bracket under the engine will break along with bolts holding it. The exhaust detaches from the turbos and you are driving in fumes. $3,000 later your back on the road. By the way while I was getting my car repaired there were 4 others for the same problem to keep it company. First year service was $800 plus.