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posted on October 2nd, 2017

The Maserati name may not be as glamorous as Ferrari or Lamborghini, but Masser has been doing it longer than either of its Modena-based cousins. Maserati’s early-twentieth century racing roots represent a proud legacy, but today Maserati is strictly a luxury brand. Style is the name of the game, and Maserati has it by the truckload. If the signature triple side vents don’t give it away, that trident of Neptune lurking in the shark-mouth grill will do the job.

The Quattroporte and Ghibli are some of the most elegant luxury four-door saloons out there, but Maserati has more to give than just comfort. Aside from offering a lively and exciting touring experience, the GranTurismo is a unique exotic that is still one of the sexiest cars on the road. Read on to discover some of Turo’s favorite Maserati listings.

Kevin’s 2015 GranTurismo Convertible Sport

Los Angeles, CA

The GranTurismo is Maserati’s most exciting and attractive model. This GranTurismo Convertible Sport ups the appeal from the base GT by pumping out 454 horsepower from its 4.6L V8.

Nate’s 2014 GranTurismo MC

Scottsdale, AZ

The GranTurismo MC has been lowered, lightened, and hardened to create a more purposeful driving experience. Stiffer suspension, carbon fiber everywhere, and that bold hood nostril inject a healthy dose of anger into the GT’s elegant stance.

Kevin’s 2015 GranTurismo Convertible Sport

Los Angeles, CA

This striking red GT Convertible Sport is the perfect exotic grand tourer for cruising the streets of LA. The luxurious interior includes all the leather-bathed comforts the Italians could muster.

Joseph’s 2017 Ghibli

San Diego, CA

Ghibli is a name Maserati has used through the decades. It is currently assigned to this lavish executive sedan, which houses a 325-hp twin-turbo 3.0L V6 borrowed from Ferrari. This Ghibli proudly sports the colors of the Italian flag in its grill.

Chris Hanchul’s 2008 GranTurismo

Chicago, IL

The GT’s sexy body was styled by legendary Italian design firm Pininfarina. Maserati’s flagship coupe made its debut in 2007, but the GranTurismo still looks fresh and exciting 10 years later.

Arnaud’s 2017 Ghibli S Q4

Montreal, QC

The S Q4 is the fastest version of the Ghibli, with its twin-turbo V6 tuned to make 404 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque. The “Q4” in this Ghibli means it has Maserati’s intelligent all-wheel drive — perfect for braving Canadian winters in comfort.

Juliana’s 2011 GranTurismo Convertible

Miami, FL

Here’s a clean white GT Convertible that feels right at home in sunny Miami. With a 2+2 seat layout, the GranTurismo is one of the few grand tourers of its caliber that can actually fit people in the back seats.

Raul’s 2017 Ghibli S Q4

Cambridge, MA

This top-of-the-line Ghibli S Q4 features a lovely double-stitched red leather interior and AWD. Plus, that trident logo up front might give you an edge when jockeying for parking spots.

Esther’s 2017 Levante

Los Angeles, CA

How about some love for the Levante? Maserati’s newest model is also its first-ever SUV. It houses the same 3L V6 as the Ghibli and chases sales in the very crowded luxury-performance SUV segment. Not only does it have to answer to the reigning Porsche Cayenne, but also Jaguar and Bentley’s recently-added SUVs, with Aston Martin and Lamborghini soon to join the club.

Vladyslav’s 2017 Levante S Q4

Sunny Isles, FL

The Levante is on par with most of its competitors in driving performance and interior refinement. But it shines by feeling special in that Italian sort of way — by combining an emotive and stylish body with a truly delicious exhaust note.

Steven is an avid car guy and editorial assistant at Turo. Between Golden State Warriors games he can be found getting lost somewhere in California.