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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
Cabin can be customized like few other production vehicles at its price point
Impressive interface for the integrated radio, digital media, navigation, and telephone functions
Heated and cooled seats, wood tray tables, four-zone climate control, and more
Car and Driver
In the 2010 Maserati Quattroporte lineup, exclusivity plays a major role, which means the options list is long and the standard features are very high-end.
The Maserati Quattroporte offers you very desirable features that raise the bar for luxury as you work your way down the list. Car and Driver states that these latest Maserati 2010 sport sedans "will be offered in base and Executive trim levels, [with] the latter bringing rear heated and cooled seats, wood tray tables, four-zone climate control, and more." Edmunds reviewers find that the standard features on the base 2010 Maserati Quattroporte include "adaptive bi-xenon headlamps, foglamps, heated exterior mirrors, rear park assist...leather upholstery" and "14-way power-adjustable heated front seats with driver memory." According to Car and Driver, all 2010 Maserati Quattroportes also feature a "Maserati/Bose [multimedia] system [that] is easier to work with than that of any given German sedan" and controls the Maserati Quattroporte's "MP3, USB, and CD capabilities." Edmunds finishes up the basic list of 2010 Maserati Quattroporte features, reporting that "a voice-activated navigation system" and "satellite radio" come standard. The 2010 Maserati Quattroporte S offer much more in terms of features, with Edmunds noting that a "Wenge wood interior trim" is the only nonperformance difference between the Maserati Quattroporte S and the base version.
In terms of options, the 2010 Maserati Quattroporte puts a smile on the faces of prospective buyers. TheCarConnection.com's editors point out that Maserati Quattroportes are built to order, and Edmunds highlights that the "cabin can be customized like few other production vehicles at its price point" with a "vast array of cabin trims and leather colors." Edmunds adds that "the options list is as long as the average waiting time for an Italian train," and if something you want isn't there, then "Maserati can probably figure out a way to make it happen." When looking at the top-end Maserati Quattroporte GT S model, Automobile Magazine states it still "utilizes the Bose Multimedia System like other 2010 Quattroporte models," and it offers the same extensive customization options.
The 2010 Maserati Quattroporte is a joy for those who wish to customize their car like no other rival allows for.