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Genuine Maserati Parts and Accessories

Maserati models, throughout history, have impressed drivers and onlookers alike with their keen attention to detail and impeccable craftsmanship. With every body panel, accent stitch, nut and bolt expertly-fitted to rigorous standards of precision, drivers seeking to accessorize or repair their Maserati must not only obtain components crafted to fit exacting dimensions, but receive professional installation from Maserati service experts trained to navigate the demanding mechanics of high performance vehicles.

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Service Your Maserati at Maserati of Marin

Routine maintenance remains a crucial component of vehicle ownership - especially with luxurious, precision-crafted models like a Maserati Levante or Maserati Ghibli. To protect your investment and retain your model's safety and performance specifications, entrust your Maserati's service to the experienced technicians at Maserati of Marin.


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Maserati Levante Shows Off On Two-Wheels At Balocco

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With Maserati's head of product development behind the wheel, the Levante SUV showcased both off-road capability as well as high-speed performance at the Balocco Proving Ground in Piedmont. Before he sets off in the Levante, Roberto Corradi touches on the fact that with this car, the Italian automaker's goal was to build something that was 100% Maserati but also 100% SUV, which means offering the best of two worlds that had never intersected before while wearing a trident badge. At Balocco, the Levante demonstrates...
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A Glimpse Into The Inspiration Behind The 2017 Maserati Levante

Straight from the floor of the New York International Auto Show, join Maserati North America’s Head of Product Planning, Rob Angner, and Maserati S.p.A’s Chief Exterior Designer, Giovanni Ribotta, as they offer an exclusive glimpse into the process and inspiration behind...

Levante: The Maserati of SUVs

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2017 Maserati Levante Review

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Our convoy of gleaming, new Maserati Levante sport models were bombing northbound along Italy’s A26 highway when we casually blew past a BMW X5 M. The driver of the Bimmer was apparently having none of it. Game on.

The affronted German floored it by us, and our group of Italian stallions immediately gave chase. Each of us summoned every one of the 424 cavallinos from the Levante’s potent twin-turbo 3.0-liter six in an effort to run down the mean-looking black M. We hung in for a while, pushing up toward the Maserati’s 164 mph top speed…

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The Maserati Experience Goes Mobile: Maserati Service App

The new Maserati Service App allows Maserati owners to access a wealth of information and services via their mobile devices.
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Designed to provide clear information and an intuitive experience, the App can help users find out more about their vehicle, locate a nearby Maserati partner or mechanic, contact out Customer Care service, and much more.

The App includes the following easy to navigate sections: My Profile, Dealers, Dashboard, Documentation, Maintenance and Customer Care.

To access all the features provided by the Maserati Service App...
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Top 5: Pavarotti's Maserati Connections // 10.12.2015 — Today is the birthday of Luciano Pavarotti, an ambassador for Maserati and purveyor of style, so what better way to celebrate the Italian icon than running down the top five cars to grace his garage?

Today would have seen Luciano Pavarotti turn 80 years of age, born on the 12th of October 1935 in Modena, Italy. Those of us with a love of Italian craftsmanship will know fine well that Modena is the direct heart of Italian supercar....
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Behind The Badge: Take a "Stab" at What The Maserati Logo Means //10.09.2015 760 × 477 One automaker has a sharp logo design that pierces through the bland emblems of its competitors. Want to take a stab at which automaker we're talking about?

The Maserati company was founded in December 1914 by the brothers Maserati. Unlike other popular brothers in automotive history, there were not two or three Maserati brothers, but a whopping seven. Alfieri......
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