You can now get a Maserati GranTurismo for under $30,000. This is the cheapest GranTurismo on Autotrader, and it’s listed for $28,495 — and it’s not the only GranTurismo under $30,000, as the well-known Maserati sport coupe is finally starting to make its way into truly affordable territory, dropping below the price of a new Toyota Camry.
And this particular GranTurismo is actually rather appealing, as its $28,495 sticker price still buys you a new-looking car. Even though this is a 2008 model, Maserati hasn’t redesigned the GranTurismo since it came out, meaning the brand-new versions have roughly the same appearance as this one. Better yet, this one looks fairly nice, with a well-kept body and interior.
So why’s it so cheap? Mostly because of the miles: This GranTurismo has traveled nearly 87,000 miles since new, which is unusual for a car like this, as it usually ends up as a second or third car for people — meaning it rarely gets driven. This car, however, was driven a lot, with the original owners adding between 8,000 and 10,000 miles annually — big numbers for a Maserati. Aside from that, however, it seems like a nice car, with the aforementioned well-kept interior and exterior and no accident history reported to Carfax.
How much life is left in a 10-year-old Italian exotic car with 87,000 miles? It’s hard to say — but given the reasonable price of $28,495, it’s easy to imagine someone will be interested in finding out. Find a Maserati GranTurismo for sale
Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.