2007 Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT

The Series 4 Maserati Quattroporte has been going strong for eight years now. These executive saloons have been snapped up by those wanting something a bit different from the Mercedes-Benz S Class and BMW 7 series establishment. While most of these cars are ordered in muted hues such as maroon, gray or black, this red one certainly jumps out at you. For sale in Tennessee, this particular example has the more recent ZF automatic gearbox, not the DuoSelect transmission that can be more finicky around town and lead to greater maintenance expenditures over time.

2007 Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT

2007 Maserati Quattroporte SPORT GT with warranty. Red over black leather interior with red stitching. Warranty through June 2013, fully transferable and extendable. 27,500 miles

Sport GT package
Full automatic, NO duo-select transmission
Carbon fiber interior trim
Red brake calipers
Alcantara headliner
Sport black steering wheel
Maserati logos in headrests front and back
Heated seats
Clear title and carfax

Comes with:
Floor mats
Maserati tool kit
Maserati tire inflator
Original master key

Only red Quattroporte SPORT GT for sale in the world. Beautiful inside and out, always garaged and handwashed weekly. Certified PreOwned (CPO) with fully transferable factory warranty through June 2013. Purchased from Maserati Dallas and serviced by Maserati Nashville. Four door sport sedan, 4.2L V8 FI DOHC 32V 8 CYL.

I can’t say that I’ve seen a red Quattroporte before and admittedly, this car won’t be to everyone’s taste. But for the individual who wants something different or wants to flaunt it, it doesn’t get larger or more brash than this. The asking price of just under $50,000 is right around what average Quattroportes of this year are commanding. Whether the color will be a detriment to its value remains to be seen.


5 thoughts on “2007 Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT”

  1. The bright red kind of works for this car – particularly with the Sport GT trim and black interior (tan interior would be too Ferrari-like). Sure, you’d more expect to see this color combo on an Alfa Spider, but it’s OK here also. A manual transmission would fit the red over black Sport GT feel pretty well…too bad Maserati didn’t offer one.

  2. I also like the color combo quite a bit. My only complaint is the carbon fiber interior. It always screams poor-taste tack on, even if it’s real in this case.

  3. Patrick,

    The link provided in this post to the eBay auction is still active (as the auction was archived). You can contact the seller via eBay to see if the car is still available. The cars on this website are not our own, rather, we post vehicles from third party sellers.

    Thanks for reading,


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