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2009 Maserati Quattroporte Executive GT

The Maserati Quattroporte Executive GT is a real special car. Maserati has been known in the past for making some of the most unreliable cars on the road- which has tarnished the British automakers badge for decades. Though, during the past 20 years, they have seemed to get their act back together, and the Quattroporte is a perfect example of this. The design is staggering, and combined with the racing heritage of Maserati, it is one heck of a car- beating out all of the superfast luxury sedans.

Quattroporte Exterior

The interior of the car is breathtaking. All of the woods and leathers found in the cabin are worked on and assembled by hand. The front seats heat, cool, message, and even feature a dynamic mode. The steering wheel is one of the most comfortable I’ve ever used, and the paddle shifters are properly mounted on the steering column- rather than the wheel. Each passenger in the car can control their own temperature, where they would like the air to be distributed, and the speed of the fan.

All seats are made of some of the finest leather available, and have an adjustable lumbar support system. The rear seats also have wooden picnic tables. The Navigation system which is manufactured by Bose and is only available on Maserattis and Ferraris is a breeze to use. The maps are super clear, and it has a digital jukebox to store all of your favorite CDs. The 4.7L V8 engine produces over 425 horsepower, and the sound it produces is nothing short of spectacular- which is what I expected from a motor designed and built by Ferrari.

Quattroporte Interior

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