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Yes, I know this is for Ferrari stuff. The new thing uses an engine design by the team in Maranello.

All I can say is, "WOW."

I think my next goal is to have a BMW beater. The only problem is a back seat.

:)

12 cylinders or sometimes a V-8 is OK.
 

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Yes, I know this is for Ferrari stuff. The new thing uses an engine design by the team in Maranello.
All I can say is, "WOW."
I think my next goal is to have a BMW beater. The only problem is a back seat.
:)

12 cylinders or sometimes a V-8 is OK.

HUGE depreciation from MSRP (low resale value), HUGE repair bills (think Ferrari cost for car value less than 60% of Ferrari), questionable reliability...

i'm sorry, and you are asking????

Best financial/car descision i ever made was NOT to buy a new Maserati.


Try a Noble, Factory 5, Atom, Lotus... or other cars. Dumped the Ferrari for something better...

Um, you DO track your Ferrari, yes?
 

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There is nothing wrong with Maserati. Best decision I ever made was to buy one. I selected the GT (6 speed), because I'm not into the gimmic's of a paddle shifter for street driving. My Coupe has been very reliable over the past 15K miles. I have had routine services performed and still have about 75% clutch life left. (as of the last oil change).
And the best part .... is the Maser is the fastest in my stable.
 

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I agree - I have both a Maserati (MC Victory) and a Ferrari (360).

I reckon the Maserati is a more subtle sportcar for everyday use... and the 360 is for the occassional blast round with the boys.
 
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