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Maserati Australia has confirmed a $139,990 starting price for its first-ever SUV and is set for a late-2016 debut.
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Even the base model is feature-laden with plenty of desirables, such as ventilated and heated front seats and dual-zone climate control.
The X7 limousine would cost more than $100,000, and buyers could expect all the luxury amenities Munich has to offer.
The British automaker says the vehicle will launch in 2017, and artists’ renderings are speculating on the design.
All-black premium luxury crossover can seat seven and is priced at $37,995. It has 45,125 miles on it.
Autoblog.com reviews the newest version of the boxy crossover SUV and praises its interior comfort and versatility.
The premium luxury CUV will continue to be manufactured in Alabama but will only be sold to global markets due to poor U.S. sales.
TheChauffeur.com’s editor reviews the XC90 and explains its benefits to the chauffeured transportation industry.
The crossover vehicles offer enhanced vision on winding roads, an automatic braking system, and generous leg room for passengers.
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