All You Need to Know about the Maserati Ghibli

Over the past years, Maserati has continued to expand, with the Ghibli becoming one of the most effective and popular models on offer in car showrooms in Dubai. The 2021 Maserati Ghibli is a four-door, mid-size luxury sedan with a distinctive look and design. Featuring a twin-turbocharged engine, most of which have the V-6 engine, with a few featuring a V-8 engine, you’ll enjoy an athletic car with a roaring exhaust. Today we’re going to share everything you need to know about the Maserati Ghibli. With the ability to upholster the cabin in a variety of luxury materials at car dealers in Dubai, you can customize this car to fit your tastes and preferences.

What are the new additions for 2021?

Over the years, Maserati has added several updates to the Ghibli, including extra safety considerations, improving the sound system, and enlarging the infotainment system.

The Ghibli needs to be seen to appreciate its design fully and is designed mainly to appeal to the Chinese and Asia-Pacific markets. The 2021 model now comes with a Trofeo trim, which is powered by a twin-turbo V-8 of 580-hp. This adds the Corsa driving mode, which has launch control, and limited-slip rear differential.


The Ghibli has a high starting price, and it’s important to understand most mid-size luxury sedans start at around $55,000, and only increase from there with the more customization you add. V-6 is standard on this model, as opposed to other brands such as Audi, Mercedes, and BMW, which start with four-cylinders instead. Having said that, Maserati’s starting prices are about on par with the other company’s similar models. While the entry-level model is pricey, you get some great luxuries, including climate control, the infotainment system, and leather upholstery. The best option from best car showrooms in Dubai is to opt for the S model, which features a stunning leather interior and offers the engine’s full 424 horsepower.

Performance, Engine, & Transmission

The basic model for the Ghibli offers a 345-hp twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 engine, whereas the recommended S model increases to 424 hp, and this increases again to 580-hp and a 3.8- liter V-8 engine with the top of the range Trofeo model.

With all of the models, rear-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission come as standard, but the V-6 can also offer you all-wheel drive. The Ghibli offers a reasonable level of refinement on the road, which helps to keep it in line with other top luxury sport sedans on the market.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

The Ghibli’s fuel-economy ratings are not as good as other similar models due to the lack of a four-cylinder model in the range. The V-6 rear-wheel drive models offer 17 mpg city and 24 mpg highway, but if you do opt for the all-wheel drive, this can drop to 16mpg city.

Unfortunately, as of now, no rating has been released for the V-8 Trofeo, but it will certainly be worth keeping an eye out for. It’s a thirsty car to run and does emit more CO2 than some of its rivals, which is a reason this model is often overlooked by company and private car buyers at car dealers in Dubai.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

Sadly, the car’s interior just doesn’t match up to its exterior, with parts sourced from lesser vehicles. With the car’s price and the exclusivity of the brand, you will be disappointed by how cheap and lightweight some of the plastics used feel.

However, the product can be customized to your needs, adding leather and silk seats or a wood-rimmed steering wheel to elevate the interior.

Inside, it has a distinct character still, with the frameless glass in its doors and the multi-media screen being a huge selling point, especially with the updated 2021 model. The gear selector receives some criticism, as it’s quite sticky and lacks the detailing you may expect.

Moving onto the trunk, you’ll find that it is larger than that of the A6 or E-Class, but there are still other comparable models offering more space. Finally, one of the most common negative comments is in regards to the car’s rear, which is quite tight even with a five-meter length. Unfortunately, the space is not used particularly effectively, so if you regularly use the rear seats, this is certainly something to keep in mind.

Connectivity and Infotainment

A 10.1-inch touchscreen system is included in every model, which runs off a version of Google’s Android interface for cars. You’ll enjoy SiriusXM radio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and navigation on this device. The wireless charging pad, which is a new feature this year, and the virtual assistant, which is voice-activated, will come in handy when you’re on the go. As standard, there’s an eight-speaker audio system, but there are also two upgrade options to a 10 or 15 speaker system for a premium addition to your audio system.

Safety & Driver-Assistance Features

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has tested the Ghibli, and it performed well but has not been tested on a couple of features as of writing, including headlamp performance and driver-assistance. With the Ghibli, you’ll enjoy lane-departure and lane-keeping warnings and assist, adaptive cruise control, and automated emergency braking, which can detect pedestrians.

Warranty and Maintenance

The Ghibli offers the standard four-year or 50,000-mile limited warranty, but no scheduled maintenance package is offered as standard. The Powertrain warranty also covers the same as above, for four years or 50,000 miles. Ensure you find a dealer who is up to looking after your model to make sure your new purchase doesn’t depreciate quickly.

While there are certainly some improvements to be made, there are still many strong sellingpoints to the Maserati Ghibli. With the customization options available in car dealers in Dubai, you can design a car that fits your needs perfectly to eliminate some of the weaker points about this model mentioned above.







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