Tony loved having a car to fit his long legs this past week. Plus it was cool to move around Miami in style, wheeling the Maserati.
Italian style fits seamlessly in Miami while lets you stand out. Treat yourself. Tony gives the Levante 5 stars and he definitely looked like a star in it as well. He loved it. You will too.
The 2022 Maserati Levante might have the muscle and flair that you’re looking for. Whereas most Audi and Mercedes-Benz SUVs’ standard engines are turbocharged four-cylinders, the Levante goes straight into the good stuff, starting with a twin-turbo V-6 base engine and culminating with an optional twin-turbo V-8 that’s good for up to 580-hp. At first glance, the Levante’s cabin appears to be the ultimate in poshness; it’s layered with fine materials—including a unique leather-and-silk upholstery option from fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna. But a closer inspection reveals some parts-sharing from mainstream Jeeps and Chryslers that take us out of the high-end fantasy we expect from the trident-badged brand. The Levante’s impressive performance speaks volumes though, and the Maserati brand’s boutique nature means buyers will be driving something with built-in exclusivity.
Maserati has given the Levante lineup an overhaul for 2022, ditching the familiar GranLusso, GranSport, and GTS models with a new three-trim arrangement that starts with the luxury-oriented GT and steps up to the sportier Modena and high-performance Trofeo. The GT is powered by the twin-turbo V-6 engine, which has received a slight power bump to 350-hp. The Modena gets a pumped-up version of the V-6 with 430-hp while the Modena S boasts a 550-hp twin-turbo V-8. The Trofeo is powered by a 580-hp version of the twin-turbo V-8. All models receive updated Maserati logos throughout and sport new trim badging above the Levante’s fender-mounted vents.
To find out more about renting or leasing this car long term, contact Tony Thomas at @tonythomassports.