The Maserati Levante marks the marquee’s first attempt to hand us an SUV. It is with much consensus quite a lovely attempt and one that gives a chance to evaluate not just the company’s abilities but its future projections as far as SUVs are concerned.
The Maserati Levante was offered for sale about two years ago and has now undergone some little tweaks, making it nothing but a notable entrant and a key player in the SUV category now and in the future. To demonstrate just how ambitious the Levante is one of its key competitors is the immensely gifted, beautiful and, capable Porsche Cayenne. It is also in the same league as the Range Rover Sport among others.
The updated engine choices remain a V6 petrol 3.0-liter that will give as much as 350 bhp. There is also a 3.0-liter diesel that will make just 275 BPH.
An interesting argument has been making rounds where the marquee was observed to sell the Levante way too cheaper in comparison to its competitors. In the auto industry, luxury is expensive and so a vehicle that is rated low in price while competing with premium brands may have a negative effect on sales. Could it be that there is something not right with this brand positioning?
While critics grapple with this question, there is a Levante GTS and a Levante Trofeo coming soon. Both vehicles will wear a 3.8-liter twin turbo V8 engine generation between 550 or 590bhp.
Further, to set this year’s model apart, the vehicle brings along a set of three brand new wheel designs as well as leather interiors that can be had in black, tan, or red. The Maserati Levante has come to make a statement in no uncertain terms. It is emphatic of its agenda, mission, and vision. We can authoritatively say that the future looks bright for this car.
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