Overview & Reviews
For 2013 the Maserati GranTurismo coupe lineup receives a variety of minor changes. Last year's GranTurismo S Automatic has been renamed the GranTurismo Sport and takes styling cues from the more aggressive GranTurismo MC. Under the hood, the 4.7-liter V8 makes a bit more power and is standardized in terms of output regardless of trim level. Maserati has brought back the single-clutch automated manual transmission as well. Other significant changes include new brakes, new automatic transmission programming and revisions to standard and optional equipment.
- Excellent long-distance traveler
- Engaging to drive
- Gorgeous inside and out
- Luxurious and customizable interior
- Usable rear seats.
- Most competitors are better-performing and better-equipped grand touring cars
- MC's outdated transmission.
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Two cars in One - 2013 Maserati GranTurismo
By tekman69 - August 13 - 8:07 pm
I have driven sports cars in the 60-100K range before, and have enjoyed the speed yet didn't always enjoy the stiff suspension driving on the pot hole filled streets and highways in and around New York City. I just upped the ante and purchased a new 2013 Maserati Granturismo Sport about 1000 miles ago and it is worth every last penny and then some. This is two cars in one. A sports car with plenty of power, great handling and a sound that you never get tired of (sport on). This car is beautiful and will not get old. But the absolute best thing about this car is a push button on the dash that turns this car into the most comfortable long distance luxury tourer for the entire family of 4