2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability




2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

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  • A Coupe Cambiocorsa with 40k can be had for $25k, a Spyder From reliability, to basic maintenance (brakes, oil changes, etc).

    The car that followed, called simply Maserati Coupé, used a naturally Two years later Maserati phased out both coupé and roadster.

    Maserati Coupe Reviews: Read 3 candid owner reviews for the Maserati Coupe. Get the real truth from Maserati Coupe Cambiocorsa Review.

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    Realistically, I will probably be going with the Maserati over the Porsche. For details, please check out Terms of Service. The second failure was apparently the result of dealer replacing only the pump and not the hydraulic pressure sensor. If you can, indulge.

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    Reliable as a daily driver? - Maserati Forum

    Reliable as a daily driver? Hi I am just checking to see what you all think about using a GT Coupe as a daily driver. I am from a Porsche background, but have not been able to see the value in spending 80k for a used 03 C4S when a a seemingly superior car Maserati exists for less money. Also, how much money for service should I expect I will put about 15k a year on it? This is new for me, so any thoughts help.

    I live in New England so I always have two cars, One to be driven from about April 1 to end of November and the other just for winter. I picked up a new Maserati Spyder GT on March 31 and have driven it every single day since and have not had one problem using it as my daily driver. Thanks I actually work for Porsche here in Denver, but I still makes very little sense to purchase one of our cars, just for the sake of the name plate.

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    I love the way the Maserati looks, and sounds, and to get as much leather in a Porsche would cost at least 20k.

    That being said, I have heard that the 15k, 30k, and so on services for the Maserati are as expensive as the Ferrari. Is this true or not? Does any one have any kind of idea as to how much the major services cost?

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    Realistically, I will probably be going with the Maserati over the Porsche. Thanks for the help Mark DiGrappa. Big part of Ferrari's high service expense is due to it's belts where Maserati is chain driven and will not require much more expense than a standard motor for those service intervals.

    Ferrari may have made the motor for Maserati but it is a misconcepetion that it will be expensive to service. That was one of my first concerns also and the dealer cleared it up for me. I forget what he said those interval service would cost as I change cars about every two-three years and only put about 2, miles on a year anyway, so was not really paying attention, But I would have remembered if they were very high.

    Have never regretted my decision especially when my friends drool all over my car and tell me that their next car will be a Maserati. Originally Posted by scott. Pat S is offline. Thanks for helping clear that up. I am not too concerned about the oil changes, just the reliability of being able to drive it every day, and that concern is gone now.

    2004 maserati coupe cambiocorsa reliability

    I guess now the question is whether to get the used 03 or an I plan on getting the GT version, unless the Cambio just blows my mind when I drive it.

    Thanks again for your time Mark. The GT is a blast to drive. Do not go by reviews of the GT shifting most are from models. I find the shifting to be right on par with the Boxster S I had. Originally Posted by Pat S. I was not really paying attention once I was assured my fears of Ferrari type costs did not apply to Maserati. I bought a couple extra quarts of oil from dealership and that part was about the same as any high end synthetic oil so i guess part of the big cost is probably due to having a Ferrari Mechanic at a high hourly rate performing the service.

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