Lot 137 - 2010 Maserati GranCabrio

Lot 137 - 2010 Maserati GranCabrio

Lot 137 - 2010 Maserati GranCabrio

Lot Number 137
Registration E17 VBS
Chassis Number ZAMKM45C000054527
Engine Number 163088
Odometer reading 52,000 miles
Estimate £25,000 - £31,000

The Maserati GranTurismo, and its convertible cousin the GranCabrio, entered production in 2007. Powered initially by the 4.7 litre Ferrari-derived V8 engine sitting in the Quattroporte V platform, the GranTurismo was famously developed in just nine months, a record that remains unbeaten to this day. The reason for this furious pace was that Ferrari kept the designs for the planned next Maserati coupé for themselves when the Fiat Chrysler Group took over, eventually morphing those designs into the Ferrari California. So, with their plans nicked from under their noses, Maserati had to start again and work fast, and what a great job they did with both the GranTurismo and GranCabrio.

Registered new on 1st October 2010, this very well presented example is offered in metallic black coachwork over a cream leather interior and is showing circa 52,000 miles on the odometer. The paintwork is very good showing little sign of age and the interior is very clean. Offered with a sizeable history file including previous MoT test records, the current V5C registration document, sundry invoices and a current MoT test certificate valid until July 2023. Interested parties should note that the online MoT records show a discrepancy in the mileage in 2021, however this is believed to have been a human error when entering the mileage at the time of the MoT, for any further information regarding this please contact a member of our team.


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