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Maserati Coupe
The Coupe was part of Maserati's reintroduction into the United States in 2002. Like the Spyder, it was based on the Maserati 3200 GT, a car that never made it to American shores. The Coupe is a 2 door Grand Tourer. It was phased out in favor of the GranTurismo in 2007.
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The Coupe has a 4.2 liter V8 engine that makes 390 horsepower. It's one of the first Maseratis in decades to feature a naturally aspirated engine. Most Maseratis from the past 20 years have at least had one turbocharger, if not two.

All of these cars have a front engine, rear wheel drive layout, which is the more common configuration for Maserati cars in recent years.

Some of the performance parts that come standard on the Coupe include Brembo brakes and a computer controlled automatic dampening system referred to as "Skyhook."

The luxury options that come standard on this car include leather seats, navigation system, and climate controls.

These cars are expensive when purchased new, and they retain at least a portion of that hefty price tag. You can find used Coupes at your local exotic car dealership or at your Maserati dealership if you have one near you. You can also find them listed on eBay.

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