Maserati Spyder Models and Spyder History

The popular Maserati Spyder roadster entered its second production year with no major changes. It would coast through 2004 unchanged as well. In 2005, the carmaker introduced a new clutch and updated the software in the Cambiocorsa transmission for more subtle shifting.

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

A two-passenger convertible sports car, the exotic 2005 Maserati Spyder is similar in shape to the Coupe yet has a soft-top for open-air motoring which pairs nicely with the 390 hp 4.2L V8.
The 2004 Maserati Spyder is a two-passenger exotic convertible sports car which features a 390 hp 4.2L V8 and a choice between a manual transmission and a paddle-shifted manual with automatic mode.
A two-door, two-passenger convertible sports car, the exotic 2003 Maserati Spyder packs a V8 punch which is available with a six-speed manual or a paddle-shifted F1 transmission.