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2013 Maserati GranTurismo: 13/21 mpg, 16 mpg combined
2013 Maserati GranTurismo Convertible: 13/20 mpg, 15 mpg combined
Gas mileage isn't usually a big GT's ally. The 2013 Maserati GranTurismo doesn't change that pattern--it's not much different from the Jaguar XK or Mercedes-Benz SL in its low fuel economy.
The EPA rates the GranTurismo coupe at 13/21 mpg, and 16 mpg combined. The GranTurismo Convertible weighs more, and its numbers fall to 13/20 mpg or 16 mpg combined as a result.
On a firsthand note, we've observed figures as high as 16 mpg, even when charging hard through a desert canyon or two in the GranTurismo coupe, but that's probably the most you'll see with regular use--especially if you keep its V-8 in the best-sounding part of its powerband.
A strong V-8 and room for four? A recipe for relatively low gas mileage, even in its class.