Tasteful wheel/suspension upgraded 2014 Maserati GranTurismo Sport – Shawnee Mission, KS

Seller offering an all Italian 2014 Maserati GranTurismo Sport with 22,000 miles for $59,500.  Ferrari engine, Maserati styling – seller says it drives and rides better than new with aftermarket Rohana RC10 wheels and tires, 3M ghost pearlescent vinyl wrap (less than 1,000 miles), Ceika dual spring coilers, fresh oil change, and new brakes.  Seller says the exhaust note is unbelievable.  Factory warranty included until end of 2018.  Includes Alcantara and leather interior trim package.  Original wheel/tires and OEM suspension also included in the sale.  We think the tasteful suspension and tire changes

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The Maserati GranTurismo was released in 2007.  The Sport replaced the S Automatic in 2012 and features a revised 4.7L V8 the that produces 454 hp, a unique MC Stradale inspired front fascia, new headlights, and a new sporting steering wheel and seats.   The 6-speed automatic gearbox is standard and wheel mounted paddle shifters are an option.   Borrowing from the Maserati and Ferrari heritage, the GranTorismo generates a 0-60 time of 4.7 seconds and a top speed of 186 mph. This 2014 Maserati GranTurismo Sport is for sale in Shawnee Mission, Kansas for $59,500.  See the full listing for more details and contact information.

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One thought on “Tasteful wheel/suspension upgraded 2014 Maserati GranTurismo Sport – Shawnee Mission, KS

  1. d smith

    What’s up with all of the wraps? I didn’t realize that people would put a wrap on a Maserati or a Porsche. My question is what’s underneath. Is it meant to hide imperfections or is this just an alternative to an expensive paint job? Trying to help out with a bringatrailer discussion on some of these cars – hopefully there are other readers out there!

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