Back in February when the Maserati Levante SUV went official, we knew a lot about the vehicle but a few hard details were missing, most importantly the pricing. We now know what the SUV will cost. The Levante will start at $72,000 not counting the delivery fee. Assuming that is $1,250 as is the case with other Maserati cars, the starter price would be $73,250. A hopped up S version would start at $84,250. As SUVs go, that’s expensive, but as Maseratis go, it’s not bad.
The same engine is used in both versions of the Levante, but it is tuned differently. The 3.0L twin-turbo V6 makes 345 hp in base form and 424 hp in S form. Both are AWD vehicles, use an 8-speed automatic gearbox, and have start/stop tech to improve fuel economy.
The entire Levante line gets air suspension and Maserati Skyhook adaptive dampers, and offer four drive modes with normal, Ice, sport, and off-road. Standard equipment includes a power tailgate, eight-speaker audio system, hill descent control, dual-zone climate control, rain-sensing wipers, keyless entry/start, electrochromic interior and exterior mirrors, and HomeLink garage door opener. Options include a sunroof and leather and silk upholstery.
Source:: 95 Octane