Price of the third model in Maserati's line-up revealed
16 November 2009

Maserati’s GranCabrio will cost from £95,630 when it goes on sale in the UK next April.

Available to order now, the GranCabrio will feature the longest wheelbase of any convertible on the market, which should give it class-leading leg room for rear passengers.

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Power comes from the 434bhp 4.7-litre V8 engine from the GranTurismo S and it will get from 0-62mph in 5.4sec before going on to reach a top speed of 175mph.

Despite using a folding fabric roof rather than the retractable hard-top originally planned, it still weighs in at just under two tonnes. Its combined fuel economy is 18.5mpg, while CO2 emissions are 354g/km.

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Our Verdict

Maserati GranCabrio

The Maserati GranCabrio is a four-seat convertible with beautiful styling and oozing charm

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