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The 2017 Maserati Levante Order Guide Surfaces

Next month will see a new entrant into the luxury SUV marketplace, the 2017 Maserati Levante. We know there will be two trims on offer, and each trim will have their own engine configuration. But thanks to a member on a Maserati forum, we have some more details.
Posted: May 28, 2016 - 10:56AM
Author: Will Maley

A member of the Maserati Levante Forum has uploaded the preliminary U.S. dealer ordering guide for the Levante. Preliminary is the key word here as pricing and option availability are still being worked out before its launch in June. But this guide gives us an idea of what to expect with Maserati's first SUV.

Two trims will be on offer; the base Levante with a twin-turbo 3.0L V6 producing 345 horsepower, and the Levante S with the same twin-turbo V6 but producing 424 horsepower. The guide says the Levante will start around $72,000, while the S will start at $83,000.

One of the interesting tidbits revealed by the ordering guide is that Maserati will offer four packages for the Levante - Luxury and Sport. The two luxury packages will offer 19-inch wheels, premium leather, ventilated seats, blind spot warning, and a Harman Kardon audio system. The uplevel Luxury Zegna package adds what Maserati calls 'Zenga' silk to the interior. Pricing will range from $5,000 for Luxury package on the Levante S to $8,000 for the Luxury Zegna package on the Levante.

The Sport packages add either 20 or 21-inch wheels, rear spoiler, shift paddles, darkened exterior trim, 12-way power sport seats, and sport steering wheel. Prices will range from $5,000 for the Levante S Sport package to $7,800 for the Levante Sport package with 21-inch wheels.

We'll hopefully have final pricing on the Levante within the next few weeks.

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