This 2009 Maserati GranTurismo S is finished in Nero Carbonio Metallic over black leather and shows 30,850 miles. Power comes from a 4.7-liter V8 paired with a ZF 6-speed automatic transmission. Modifications include a 2013 MC Stradale front bumper, 2010+ ‘S’ sideskirts, an aftermarket trunk lip spoiler, 2012+ Sport steering wheel, and MC Stradale carbon fiber paddle shifters. The seller purchased this GranTurismo S approximately nine months ago, and has added new tires, color-matched door handles, and gloss black window trim. This Maserati is now offered with recent service records, factory books, a Carfax report, and a clean New Jersey title in the seller’s name.
The exterior is finished in Nero Carbonio Metallic. A December 2011 Carfax entry notes the car was involved in an accident resulting in minor damage to the right front. Per the seller, the previous owner worked at a Maserati dealer in Tennessee, and during their ownership installed a 2013 MC Stradale front bumper, 2010+ ‘S’ sideskirts, and an aftermarket trunk lip spoiler. Earlier this year, the seller had the chrome door handles finished in Nero Carbonio Metallic, and had the chrome window trim removed and painted gloss black.
This Maserati features factory 20″ alloy wheels, which show a few curb marks in the photo gallery. In November 2018, a new set of 245/35 front and 285/35 rear Pirelli P Zero tires were installed. Per the seller, this car may need new brake rotors and pads during its next service.
Inside, the black leather upholstery is accented with gloss black door panel trim and an Alcantara headliner. The seller has highlighted known imperfections in the gallery, including wear on the driver’s door seal and scratches on various trim items. The cabin also features a 2012+ Sport steering wheel and MC Stradale carbon fiber paddle shifters.
Equipment includes navigation, dual power seats with driver’s memory, a Bose audio system, automatic headlamps, automatic climate control, an onboard computer, and more. The digital odometer currently shows just under 30,850 miles, with the seller contributing approximately 7k miles over the past nine months.
The Ferrari-derived aluminum 4.7-liter V8 produced 433 horsepower and 361 lb-ft of torque when new, increases of 28 and 21 over the standard GranTurismo. Power is sent rearward through a ZF 6HP26 6-speed automatic transmission. This car features a Sport button on the dashboard, which opens up the exhaust flaps for increased noise. A fuse has been removed to keep the exhaust open at all times, though this is reversible by reinstalling the fuse according to the seller. An oil and filter change was completed on November 30, 2018.
The Carfax reports the aforementioned minor accident, along with three owners and consistent odometer readings. Several service history records are also listed. A factory indoor car cover is included in the sale.