As a proud Maserati Quattroporte V or GranTurismo owner, you naturally want to keep or get your Maserati in good condition. Therefore, we would like to help you get a keen eye for this. There are a few important (basic) points to check on your Maserati.
Firstly, it is wise to keep a close eye on the condition of your battery, especially if the Maserati is your Sunday car. In particular, the Maserati Quattroporte V and GranTurismo are very susceptible to a bad battery. In fact, a bad battery can cause all sorts of mysterious electrical faults and warnings. A good trickle charger combined with a battery indicator is the solution to this. The moment you put the car away with the idea of not driving it for a few days, you can connect the trickle charger. This way, you minimize the chance of a flat battery.
Secondly, we advise you to follow the Maserati recommended maintenance interval very strictly. In general, this means that your Maserati needs maintenance at least every 20000 km or 2 years (even if you are not using it). If possible, an oil change is recommended between these guidelines. Always use high-quality oil and make sure you use the right oil for your Maserati.
Thirdly, we recommend making sure that the seal of your Maserati boot lid is in good condition. The boot contains many important components such as the electronic parking brake, this component often gets damaged by water damage. Preventing water damage can save you high and unexpected costs.
Finally, it is definitely a good idea to check the current condition of your Maserati with the help of a Maserati specialist workshop.