The Maserati Coupe GT was the car that will forever be known as Maserati’s savoir. Coming off a bad marriage with DeTomaso in the early 1990s, Fiat’s takeover of the marque did wonders for the brand and with its return to the US in 2002, expanded its sales reach like never before. Now, a decade on, Maserati is well into its second and third generation models, leaving cars like this Coupe GT behind as affordable modern classics. This Coupe GT brought to our attention from our reader Matt is for sale in Westbrook, Connecticut has just over 20,000 miles and is equipped with the Cambiocorsa gearbox.
Model: Coupe Cambiocorsa
Engine: 4.2 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed electrohydraulic manual transmission
Mileage: 21,930 mi
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2004 Maserati Coupe Cambiocorsa. This two-seat high-end sports car comes equipped with a 390 horsepower 4.2-liter V8 with continuous variable valve timing and drive-by-wire throttle control. The Coupe features a state-of-the-art 6-speed F1 paddle shift transmission (sequential manual gearbox). Not only is the Maserati Coupe quick (with a zero to sixty time of 4.8 seconds), it also features a long list of standard equipment, including lumbar seats and a trip computer. M.S.R.P was over $81,000 Offered today at a amazing price of just $33,900 only 21,000 miles. Car is mint like new!
Sure, a Maserati like this is a bargain considering its original MSRP, but are they easy to live with? True, you will have to budget out a bit more in maintenance, especially when it comes to clutch replacements for the automated manual gearbox. But those who I’ve spoken to who own Coupe GTs and Spyders say they aren’t as bad as you would think, many of them using them as daily drivers. So if the thought of a pre-owned M3 or Porsche may leave you a bit nonplussed, then it might be time to sample something with a bit of Italian flair.