According to Maserati, each Ghibli features the signature grille bearing the Maserati Trident, which inspired by the legendary Maserati A6 GCS Berlinetta of the 1950s. Muscular rear haunches and quad tailpipes, which by the way, look just like the 2015 Ghibli that every driver wants to change from day 0ne.
Let's talk about that for a second. Maserati claims that 2019 Ghibli will have cutting-edge infotainment that looks like this:
I don't know about you guys out there, but a cutting-cutting edge infotainment system looks more like this.
Getting direction from the Maserati Ghibli without Android Auto/Apple CarPlay is like talking to a one-year-old. You think that the system understands you, but it is the complete opposite. In other words, it is not cutting-edge infotainment without your phone connecting to it.
Google voice assistant in Maserati Ghibli
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Maserati is one of the cheapest cars you could buy today. But being worthless comes at a price and style don't forget to mention the limitations when it comes to where you can service the car. Understand this before you buy a Maserati, it will cost you between $2,000.00-5,000.00 yearly for service without a maintenance plan. The insurance company will insure your car at a high rate regardless if it is new or used.
Well, that was some of the bad stuff you could experience while owning a Maserati. The good is that you could rent your Maserati Ghibli or GT using Turo and earn a decent amount of money. If you own the car, you can choose to take the standard coverage offered by Liberty Mutual or insure it yourself at your own expense.
To conclude,e my ranting as most of you would say. Maserati is one of the most beautiful cars on the market. You will always make an entry statement if you drive a Maserati with a Tesla Screen to top it off, people will see you as the woman or man.
Buy it used or lease it for one year because you will regret it at some point. For some of us, we can't drive anything less than a Maserati if you understand. We are what you call the "Henry." We make so much money but spend it on DUMB stuff.
I rest my case...