If you’re looking for a rather unique Maserati, well, here’s one. This 2007 Quattroporte isn’t just any 2007 Quattroporte — it’s a pink 2007 Quattroporte. And every bit of it is pink, including the Maserati trident badge on the front, and even some of the wheels.
Better yet, this isn’t just a pink Maserati: it’s a cheap pink Maserati. This 2007 Quattroporte has covered just under 80,000 miles from new, so it’s heavily discounted compared to low-mileage cars — and now it’s offered by Allen Auto Sales in Dallas for just $15,999. That’s not a bad number for a Maserati — especially considering that this example has the "ZF" automatic transmission, as opposed to Maserati’s horrible DuoSelect transmission that went into earlier Quattroporte models.
Of course, this Quattroporte has some flaws — including a "sticky" interior, which is an issue that affects most Italian cars due to the plastics used in their interiors. And then there’s the obvious: the exterior color, which may not be for everyone. The ad doesn’t specifically say whether it’s paint or a wrap, though I’m leaning towards the latter due to its matte-like finish.
So, what’s the life of a pink Maserati? According to the Carfax report, this Quattroporte was sold new in San Francisco, where the first owner had it for six years and 43,000 miles. It then moved on to Las Vegas, before reaching Florida in 2016 — and that’s where it’s for sale now. Of course, we don’t know when it became pink, but my guess is that it happened during the Las Vegas period, or perhaps the move to Florida — and now, this bright pink Maserati can be yours for the price of a Nissan Versa.