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Maserati Quattroporte

  • tickDistinctive styling inside and out
  • tickLots of room in the rear seat
  • tickSportier than your average luxury car

Maserati Quattroporte saloon (2017 - )

Both in terms of the way it looks and how it drives, the Quattroporte is a thoroughly distinctive executive saloon. Trouble is, we think some of its weaknesses are in areas prospective buyers will consider must-haves, while the things it offers – in some cases, uniquely in this class – are not things people in this part of the market want.
Our verdict

Is the Maserati Quattroporte a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Maserati Quattroporte interior

Space, materials, boot size and comfort.

Maserati Quattroporte performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

Maserati Quattroporte how good does it look

Maserati Quattroporte practicality

Maserati Quattroporte drive

Maserati Quattroporte reliability

Maserati Quattroporte equipment

Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

For the most part, the cabin of the Quattroporte looks and feels every inch the luxury car it’s trying to be. There’s plenty of (electrically operated) adjustment on the leather-upholstered driver’s seat and steering wheel, and the individually ringed dials and customisable digital display in between give a nice touch of class that’s complemented by the touch-screen infotainment system on the centre console. There are also umpteen combinations of high-class materials, trims and finishes for the cabin. We like the pull-out drawer at the bottom of the centre console that will hide your phone and cable while it’s plugged in to the USB socket.

Sadly, however, there are also a few too many places that betray a lack of attention to detail. The wheel-mounted controls for the digital display are fiddly to operate; the pedals are offset to the right and make the driving position a little uncomfortable; some of the controls – such as those for the headlights and wipers – feel cheap; and the visibility to the rear is restricted by the head restraints blocking the view out of the small rear window. Oh, and putting the boot-release button in the roof seems perverse.

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