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  • “...the Maserati Quattroporte is more than a deceptively sexy name; it's a beautiful, performance-oriented Italian luxury car endowed with ample power, sharp handling and two impressive transmissions that make it the closest thing yet to a Ferrari sedan.” — Edmunds.com
  • “Despite weighing about 4,400 pounds, the Maserati Quattroporte manages to feel like a car half its size with well-weighted steering, limited body roll and a captivating eagerness to change direction.” — Edmunds.com
  • “The Maserati Quattroporte, Sport GT and Executive GT arrive with hefty price tags, though, and they don't offer the same straight-line punch as some of their full-size European or Japanese luxury sedan competitors.” — Edmunds.com
  • “In stark contrast to bulky and pragmatic German luxury cars laden with electronics, this soulful Maserati is fashioned for those who actually enjoy driving and delight in controlling a car rather than letting electrons do most of the work.” — Forbes
  • “Steering is sharp and communicative, and the Quattroporte's unique-in-its-class front mid-mounted engine, its weight set entirely aft of the front axles, gives the car outstanding balance.” — Forbes
  • “The overall shape is handsome and well proportioned, as expensive Italian cars almost invariably are. Though conservative and subtle in style, the Quattroporte is somehow more visually alluring and less bland than its competitors.” — Forbes
  • “To drive one is to know the feeling of Roman senators plotting against you.” — Los Angeles Times
  • “Big and inexpressibly masculine, broad and low, with a rising rhythm from nose to tail and perfect isometric tension, the QP has a self-possession and - lan that makes its six-figure, four-door competitors - Mercedes-Benz AMG S-class, Audi S8, BMW 760Li - look like prison dentistry.” — Los Angeles Times
  • “The trouble with the QP is that, while the company scrambled to correct its out-of-the-gate mistake with the DuoSelect, the rest of the car was locked in development amber. The nav system, for instance, is CD-based, not DVD-based, and it feels really primitive compared with the class of the field. QP drivers will forgo the pleasures of iPod and Bluetooth. There is no smart-key available, no power trunk closure, no road-following headlamps.” — Los Angeles Times

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