Maserati introduces new 10 year warranty programme

    Available for Indian cars, the warranty scheme has no restriction on the mileage.

    Published On Aug 05, 2022 08:00:00 AM


    Maserati Ghibli Trofeo front quarter

    Maserati launched the Ghibli Trofeo in India last year.

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    Maserati has introduced a new Extra10 Warranty Program that enables buyers to extend the warranty on powertrain components till their Maserati turns 10 years old, without any restrictions on mileage. All Maserati vehicles that are under nine years and six months old from the date of registration are eligible for the Extra10 Warranty Programme. The warranty Program is available for Maserati customers in India. 

    The programme also includes road-side assistance and is transferable in case the car is sold. Maserati specifically mentions that cars involved in racing competitions will not be eligible for the 10-year warranty scheme. Also, usual wear and tear items and deterioration to the car’s paint and upholstery are not covered in the warranty.

    Maserati in India

    Maserati currently sells the Levante, Quattroporte and the Ghibli in the Indian market. Last year, the carmaker launched the Trofeo versions of the three cars which came with a Ferrari-sourced twin-turbo V8 engine in India. Earlier this year, Maserati announced that it will bring the Levante Hybrid and MC20 supercar to our market and bookings for both the models are already underway.

    Globally, the Italian marque revealed the Grecale SUV and it will likely make its way to India. By 2025, Maserati is set to introduce six EV models, starting with the GranTurismo EV.

    Also see:

    Maserati Levante S India review, test drive

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