Maserati has been out of the U.S. market for a decade, but the Italian builder of exotic sports cars is preparing its return to the United States with a brand-new Spyder GT convertible. Officially introduced at the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show in January 2002 after an earlier appearance ... Read Full Report
For Italian car fans who have missed seeing Maserati's Tridenet badge in the new car marketplace, the news that Maserati is returning to the North American market is news indeed. The official announcement was made at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Maserati has been affiliated with Ferarri since 1997, when Ferarri bought the company from Fiat. Hoping to revive i... Read full review for the 2002 Maserati Spyder
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A fun car to drive, a very happy driving car, sweet notes, lots of power when you need it! Ferrari engine not Ferrari priced.
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