Maserati Ghibli Models and Ghibli History

Fueled by the word ‘Ghibli' (relating to a hot, desert wind), Maserati added some heat to the sport sedan marketplace in 2014. The Ghibli became Maserati's new entry-level luxury four-door. Sharing the Italian-sourced, coupe-like profile and a great deal of mechanicals with the larger Quattroporte, the Maserati Ghibli reflects the advantages found in a compact form. Roughly 110 pounds lighter and 11.45 inches shorter in overall length compared to Quattroporte, the Ghibli's lively sport suspension delivers stable handling for rear-wheel drive or an optional S Q4 all-wheel drive model. Inside the Maserati Ghibli, high-end craftsmanship, leather and technology is presented with multiple appearance options. A new potent yet fuel efficient twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine has been introduced in two power output options mated with an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Base equipped Ghibli's are defined with a 345-horsepower level while the Ghibli S Q4 featured a 404-horsepower engine for 2014. Starting in 2016, a rear-wheel drive Ghibli S premiered in the United States provided an alternative configuration with the higher output powerplant.

New and Used Ghibli Prices, Maserati Ghibli Model Years and History

The Maserati Ghibli is as breathtaking on the outside as it is luxurious on the inside, designed to give you full control of the road without compromise.
The gorgeous Maserati Ghibli brings luxury and excitement to a sporty, five-passenger sedan.
A brand-new premium sedan with striking exterior contours, the twin-turbocharged 2014 Maserati Ghibli contains the driver focused performance of a coupe.