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Almost anyone can afford these modern Maserati GTs

There’s hardly a modern Gran Turismo for sale at the moment that’s as cheap as the Maserati 3200 GT and its sultry successors. The Giugiaro-designed sports coupé could be a very collectable car in the not too distant future…

Anyone looking for a timelessly elegant Grand Tourer for below 50,000 euros will inevitably happen across the Maserati GT family. With its graceful Italdesign silhouette, luxurious interior, characteristic boomerang rear lights, and crisp 3.2-litre twin-turbo V8, the Maserati 3200 GT is one of the best resolved cars from the late 1990s and early 2000s. Its replacement, the 4200 GT, went without the boomerang rear lights owing to regulations and was fitted with a 4.2-litre naturally aspirated engine borrowed from Ferrari. In hindsight, the Maserati is one of the last representatives of Italian design understatement. And you can pick one up for as little as 20,000 euros. Of course, that you should factor in more budget for maintenance than a Mercedes-Benz goes without saying. The Maserati’s northern Italian nonchalance will help its driver to quickly forget about that. 

10 timeless Maserati GTs from the Classic Driver Market.