2006 Maserati Quattroporte (V) 4.2

Smart and well optioned 4.2 Quattroporte imported in 2019 showing just 111,674Km with rear entertainment

Dating from 2006, this MkV M139 series Quattroporte was imported in 2019 and shows just 111,674Km (69,391 miles) and is finished in silver, wearing its original 9-spoke 19inch alloy wheels filling the arches on its sculpted and uncommonly pretty Pininfarina designed four-door (hence 'Quattroporte') bodywork with quad exhausts and neat trio of side wing vents and Trident badges.

Inside, we find the usual level of sporting luxury associated with Maserati, the soft leather finished in light grey, piped dark grey with Trident embossed head rests, with wood trim, timber rimmed steering wheel, electric heated memory seats, rear entertainment with 5.8inch Necvox TFT-LCD colour screens for both rear passengers and boot mounted NESA DVD/Mp3 player with Aux input, on-board computer, parking sensors, automatic lights, digital automatic climate control with A/C, glass sunroof, in-car entertainment centre with navigation, electric folding rear head restraints, electric rear blind, rear ventillation, privacy glass, automatic Xenon lights and multi-function steering wheel.

Under the bonnet we find Maserati's glorious and sonorous F136 series 4.2 litre V8 kicking out 395 bhp, which was jointly developed by Maserati and Ferrari and features dual cams, 4-valves per cylinder and variable valve timing and drives the rear wheels, here via Maserati's 'Duoselect' 6-speed automated manual transmission with paddle shift mounted behind the steering wheel and fully automatic mode with Skyhook adjustable suspension and effective 4-piston brake calipers at each corner. It offered a top speed of 171mph and zero to sixty in a super 5.2 seconds - quite the family super saloon then!

Presenting well, this '06 example shows limited signs of age and mileage with some scuff marks to the wheels, crack to a wing mirror casing and small marks to the sill covers. Inside the leather has worn its miles and years well, with the normal wear to black plasticised surfaces and some scuffing to the rear centre section adjacent to he rear controls and ventillation caused by the feet of rear passengers.  When started the car exhibits two errors, one for the parking sensors being faulty and the other for the often irksome TPMS (tyre pressure monitoring system) needing recalibrating.  Bar that, the car appears to run and drive as it should, being driven up to us from South Wales by our vendor who is only the second UK owner and bought it within a month of it being imported.

The history file includes only the V5C, old V5C, owners manual and current MOT valid until October 2020 with two advisories recorded. The private plate shown is included in the sale and the whole package looks great value given the high list price when new, the fabulous styling, the luxury, that engine and the epic performance!

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Reg No: NK54MAR
Chassis Number: ZAMCD39C000023391
Engine Number: 10966
Engine Size: 4200
Docs: V5C; old V5; Hand books; MOT

Estimate: £7,000+

Lot 26

Lot ended

Monday 17/05/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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