The Maserati Levante is classified at the 6th position of the best luxury SUVs of the year. It is so because of its most stylish design. it offered very funny drive with unlimited excitement, event though its interior might not be the perfect definition of luxury itself. The first model of this exciting SUV was released in 2017 with impressive body style, the current version comes with ameliorate face-lift and an updated infotainment system. It is classified with rivals such as the Porsche Cayenne, the Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class, the Audi Q8 and the BMW X5. The Maserati Levante is a supercar quiet powerful a reason enough to be among models such as the Lamborghini Urus, the Bentley Bentyaga or the Ferrari Purosangue. It is undoubtely a car made for discovery, taking into consideration its innovation and upscale features. The Levante is the most expensive vehicle of its class, especially for every trim levels. What about the overall review?
Maserati Levante 2021 nice exterior, tailored interior
The Maserati Levante exhibits a seductive style, with an appealing polish exterior. It has a Gloss silver roof rails, with an attractive metallic paint and a kick Sensor for the Hands-free Tailgate. The most interesting aspect is the 20-insh Dark Grey Efesto Miron Wheels. Its vertical front grille in alloy aluminum displays an exceptional logo rarely seen expressing the unicity of this Italian SUV. The interior is also very nice with leather and wood steering wheel, ventilated front seat, nice seating spaces that is exactly 5 seats covered with leather upholstery, eight-way power adjustable front seats, heated front seats. The Levante has about 20.5 cubic feet of cargo space behind its back seats, that is a maximum of 57 cubic feet of cargo space. But the Maserati Levante doesn’t have a third-row seat.
Maserati Levante 2021 engine performance
The Levante 2021 has an upgraded infotainment system with 8.4-inch touchscreen with navigation, 8-speaker sound system, a dual-zone automatic climate control, a soft-close door. The Maserati Levante 2021 has a better graphics system as well and is sharpened to an upscale grade with convenient improvements, hence it is now a distinctive midsize model. The Levante comes in about four trim levels including the base, S, GTS and the Trofeo. Each of these models has a particular engine specification synonym of performance, hence the Base version is equipped with a turbocharged 3.0liter V6 engine pumping 345horsepower and about 369 lb-ft of Torque. The S trim on the other hand has an upgraded V6 engine with 424 horsepower, 428 lb-ft of Torque. The GTS level is similar to a GrandSport model with a turbocharged 3.8liter V8 engine with 550 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of Torque, last but not the least trim level is the top-line Trofeo with a turbocharged V8 engine as well but with a 590 horsepower and same Torque value. Each of these engines deliver an unbelievable power, and the GTS top at 0 to 60mph time of 4 seconds, with a maximum speed of 181mph.The Trofeo is quicker, with a top speed of 187 mph and 0 to 60 times just in 3.8seconds.
Maserati Levante 2021 safety rating
The Maserati Levante 2021 might have a poor gas mileage but in term of safety it has a certain assurance even though there hasn’t been any test result from the NHSTA or the IIHS. It is equipped with standard safety features such as the Rearview Camera, the Front and rear parking sensors, the Blind spot monitoring. Available Advanced safety features are the Pedestrian detection, the adaptive cruise control, the lane departure warning, the Lane keep assist, surround-view parking camera system and traffic recognition or forward collision warning.