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The Maserati GranTurismo is classified as a luxury, grand tourer vehicle that has 454 hp (horsepower) and comes with a 4.7 L V8 engine. The GranTurismo can get up to 13 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 20 MPG on the highway. It has a curb weight of 4,350 to 4,365 pounds and is available in two different configurations. These configurations include the Sport model and the MC model.
 
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2017 Maserati Granturismo
$51,909
47,273 miles
Brooklyn, NY
Automatic
4.7L V8

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Classified as a luxury, grand tourer vehicle, the Maserati GranTurismo has 454 hp (horsepower) and comes with a 4.7 L V8 engine. The GranTurismo can get up to 13 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 20 MPG on the highway. It has a curb weight of 4,350 to 4,365 pounds and is available in two different configurations. These configurations include the Sport model and the MC model. The grand tourer vehicle was produced by the Italian automobile manufacturer Maserati from 2007 to 2019. It succeeded the 2-door V8 grand tourers offered by the company, the Maserati Coupé, and Spyder. Originally, the GranTurismo was equipped with a 4.2-litre V8 engine developed in conjunction with Ferrari. The GranTurismo platform was derived from Maserati M139 platform of Maserati Quattroporte V, with double-wishbone front and rear suspension. The GranTurismo set a record for the most quickly developed car in the auto industry, going from design to production stage in just nine months. Why was this? Ferrari sold Maserati to the Fiat Chrysler Group and took the designs of the proposed replacement of the Maserati Coupé and after some modifications, launched it as the Ferrari California. A total of 28,805 GranTurismos and 11,715 units of the convertible were produced.