Used Maserati Grecale Cars in Scotland

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Maserati Grecale 48V MHEV [330] Modena 5dr Auto SU +20
Maserati Grecale £56,950
48V MHEV [330] Modena 5dr Auto



32.1 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 6,844


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Why buy a used Maserati Grecale with Exchange and Mart?

Maserati has taken its time in re-inventing its product range but things are at last beginning to take shape. We've had Hybrid engines, the gorgeous MC20 supercar and now, most significantly of all, this, the Grecale. It's named after a Mediterranean wind and it's the company's long-awaited mid-sized Porsche Macan-baiting SUV. Yes, launched at a time when Macan combustion model production is in its final couple of years, but never mind: better late than never. It'll certainly do more for Maserati's bottom line than the brand's larger Levante SUV, which isn't quite large enough to be large - or quite small enough to be small. Maserati purists will possibly be horrified to learn that this Grecale has been engineered for both four cylinder petrol and full-electric power; but mollified by the availability of a top Trofeo model with a throbbing Nettuno V6 borrowed from the MC20. It all sounds intriguing. Let's take a look.

About the Maserati Grecale

The Grecale certainly makes the performance part of the mid-sized SUV market a more interesting place. If you've already decided that you really want a rival Porsche Macan, you'll find things to criticise in this Maserati's cabin, you'll cast a few aspersions about possible build quality glitches and you might well point out that it's not quite Porsche-like on the limit. We're not going to do that because this Maserati is aimed at a slightly different kind of customer. Someone who will love the aggressive looks, the Italianate interior and the glorious roar of the top V6 Trofeo variant. All of these things make the Grecale unique in its segment. Whether this car will feel quite as appealing in all-electric form is another question. But then, only a few years ago, we'd have questioned the concept of a four-cylinder Maserati too, yet by the time of this Grecale model's launch, that was the kind of car (the Levante Hybrid) that the company was selling most of. So Maserati has changed. It should have changed sooner. But the Grecale was worth waiting for.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.