Comments - Maserati to Offer LWB Quattroporte

Published: Nov 13, 2012
Description: Cars grow and cars shrink. Take the Maserati Quattroporte for example. The first generation was introduced in the 1960s and measured five meters from bow to stern. The fourth model in the succession ...
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Lou Guerrero Nov 13, 2012
@ Carlton, sure will. Rich, Chinese execs will lie the badge and rear legroom.
Tyler Tarbox Nov 13, 2012
I really hope they produce a Sport GTS model in the new body style. That will be sick
Thibault Leroy Nov 13, 2012
And of common sense
Cody Fullerton Nov 13, 2012
Just get him to look at both. If he's blessed with the gift of sight he will pick this
Carlton Salmon Nov 13, 2012
This will sell really well in China.
Rockesh Boulder Nov 13, 2012
My dad was looking at a Panamera. I think I can change his mind
Chris Gaines Nov 13, 2012
if I was going to get a limo I'd get something that was designed for the job. the new quattroporte seems too sporty for this added length
Description: In pursuit of market share held (particularly in the Far East) by long-wheelbase versions of the Mercedes S-Class, BMW 7 Series, Audi A8 and Jaguar XJ, reports indicate that Maserati plans to offer an...
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Tyler Tarbox Nov 13, 2012
Haha hey it's what I do
supra_mkiv Nov 13, 2012
Tyler set a trend in the comments lol
Dillon Magee Nov 13, 2012
I would say Maserati>S class=XJ=Panamera>A8=7 series.
John Serely Nov 13, 2012
In my opinion, Panamera=quattroporte>s-class>7 series>XJ=A8>LS The "=" signs are there on purpose
Matt Piccolo Nov 13, 2012
I agree with Tyler but I'd put the s class last
Daniel Eads Nov 13, 2012
For me the the 7 series and the A8 are tied in last. They're both so bland. But the Quattroporte is the best.
Tyler Tarbox Nov 13, 2012
Quattroporte>XJ>S Class>A8>7 Series
Description: (Of course we haven't driven the new one, but this writer drove the current model at its introduction and found it handled its heft with remarkable aplomb.) One way or another, the diversificatio...
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Jordan Jackson Nov 13, 2012
I like this ones rear end a lot more than the last versions, it's not as boring IMO
Colby Church Nov 13, 2012
I actually like the headlights. Very aggressive and just enough resemblance to the GranTurismo. To each his own though.
Gurjit Singh Nov 13, 2012
not digging the headlights
Chris Andrews Nov 13, 2012
That's a good lookin car
Jordan Jackson Nov 13, 2012
For those poor souls who just can't differentiate the seats from the floors, lol jk