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A Maserati is a rolling sculpture. So the great thing about owning a modern classic like this 2004 Coupe Cambiocorsa is you get to enjoy a swoopy coupe that has all the latest technology and a V8 that sounds like a symphony of horsepower.
The Blu Nettuno Metallic paint will instantly catch your eye, especially when the sunlight makes it pop. You'll also recognize the racing stripe decal that's a comprehensive addition flowing over the top of the whole body, including the roof. And it tapers at the front to pay tribute to the iconic trident logo. This stripe kicks off a full dark side performance look that includes the headlight accents, smoked taillights, and deeply tinted windows. And those beautiful black wheels showcase the race-ready brake rotors within. More than just the upgrades, there is also a fundamental reason why you are attracted to this coupe. It was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro - the man responsible for some of the most iconic Italian sports cars. So this one stirs the soul with its long flowing hood, fastback profile, and sweeping fender flares.
Maseratis are known for their highly fashionable interiors, and this one is perfect for someone looking for both style and substance. The tan leather feels supple like a fine Italian machine should. The front buckets power adjust to give you the ideal all-day comfort position - the true purpose of a grand touring machine. This car has been enjoyed, but the mileage and overall condition tell you it has been more about being cherished than going on the daily grind. You'll love slipping behind the grippy sports steering wheel and letting the artful gauges dance. The Cambiocorsa name also means you get the special paddle-shifted transmission. This Maserati also has a huge list of features, including air conditioning, keyless entry/alarm, power windows, power locks, cruise control, heated seats, and an upgraded Alpine infotainment system that controls the Bluetooth backup camera, and premium stereo. Plus, a modern classic means modern safety features like anti-lock brakes and dual airbags.
The 4.2-liter V8 was developed jointly with Ferrari, which gives it the urgent throttle response of a true exotic. It's mated to a semi-automatic six-speed transmission. This allows for the comfort of an automatic gearbox while also providing full manual control via steering wheel paddles. That gives this Maserati the perfect mix of grand touring comfort and driver's speed machine. Plus, this exotic has all the right features, such as power steering, vented four-wheel disc brakes, and the grip of Michelin sport tires. So when you get the fully independent sports suspension and well-balanced weight distribution out on the open road, you'll understand exactly why a Maserati has no equal.
A good Maserati makes for fun today and a respected classic for the years ahead. So you know that this elegant and aggressive coupe belongs in your garage. Call today!!!
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