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2017 Maserati Ghibli Base for $241/month $6,441 Drive Off (5k Miles) YMMV

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Just found a deal on Edmunds Price Promise for the Maserati Ghibli Base ($74,725 MSRP) for $241/month and $6,441 total due at signing. Total lease cost is $14,876 which comes out to $419/month.

It's only for 5k miles/year but in the past this same car has been going for between 5-600 per month with money down. The best I had ever seen was around 500 or so with 0 down.

This was found in Southern California so YMMV

Make sure to filter on the side for lease, and you can sort it by price.

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Historically Maserati of Anaheim Hills has the best deals but when I checked their site they are offering the same car for $439/ month with $4,888 drive off.
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How about the insurance?
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How about the insurance?
$1950 per month
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Does it still have the infotainment center from a Dodge Charger? This car is a FCA parts bin disaster with a neat logo on the grill.
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Thanks. I was looking for a new beater.
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Does it still have the infotainment center from a Dodge Charger? This car is a FCA parts bin disaster with a neat logo on the grill.
A lot of cars DO this. A $500,000 Rolls Royce has the infotainment center from a 5 year old BMW.
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Interested to hear this actually goes at a dealer...
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nothing says baller like being forced to drive less than 100 miles a week.
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Does it still have the infotainment center from a Dodge Charger? This car is a FCA parts bin disaster with a neat logo on the grill.
You mean uConnect which is arguably the most loved touch screen center stack in the auto industry?
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Everyone and their brother have Masarati's now. Used to be exclusive until they started giving them away this year. Decent deal but screw putting $6k down.
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I'm not an anti-lease guy, but putting $6k down on a lease is insane. Total the car the next day and that's $6k for one day of use. Any money paid up front on a lease will never be seen again.
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Check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOZnqnB6xDo before getting into this car. While this review is for the 2015, not much has changed. It is still a Dodge/Fiat/POS
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$0.30 per mile over the 5000. Those who drive around 10-15k miles a year... this adds $1500~$3000 a year.
Which really comes close to $544/month for 10,000 miles / yr (comparing with MB / BMW leases) or $669/month for 15,000 miles/yr.
Which isnt bad if you were to compare to an AMG E-Class @ $72k MSRP - which is going for $973 / month ($799 month + $6093 due at signing).
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5k miles a year in LA? that only works if you only drive this car on the weekend. The analysts figured out that people will probably buy this deal and end up paying double in mile overages alone.
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i like this deal. i need another vehicle to stop the bleeding of miles on my 2016 daily driver (16k in one year) even though I own it. in this way I can put 5000 less miles on my DD haha.

I emailed a few maserati dealerships around my area to see if they have similar deals. let's see!
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