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Maserati Spyder GT/Cambiocorsa (2002-2007)

Although it looks very similar to the previous model the Maserati Spyder is in fact radically different. 25cm shorter, a new Ferrari built engine and an improvement in build quality bring this car up to scratch. It holds its own against competition like the 911 and Jaguar XKR convertibles and offers an unusual alternative. The only disappointment is that The Maserati lost its elegant boomerang-shaped rear lights by demand from the American market.

Maserati Spyder GT/Cambiocorsa Details

Production dates2002-2007
Luggage capacity 300 litres / 10.59 cu ft
Fuel tank capacity 88 litres / 23.2 US gal
Warranty 3 years or unlimited miles
Service intervals 6200/12,500 miles

Maserati Spyder GT/Cambiocorsa Specifications

Fuel type Unleaded Petrol
Engine type V8
Engine capacity 4244 cc
Power 390@7000 bhp
Torque 334@4500 lb.ft
Transmission type 6-spd manual / 6-spd F1
UK retail price from £61,995
UK insurance group 20/50

Maserati Spyder GT/Cambiocorsa Performance

Max speed (manual) 176 mph / 283 kph
0-60mph (manual) 4.9 seconds
0-100kmph (manual) - seconds

Maserati Spyder GT/Cambiocorsa Economy and Emissions

EU combined MPG (manual) 15.2 mpg
CO2 emissions (manual) 430 g/km

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3 Owner Reviews

Do you drive a Maserati Spyder GT/Cambiocorsa? Would you recommend it to others? Why not leave a comment to let us know what you think of the car. This Maserati has 3 owner reviews.

  1. Charlie Charlie says:

    Awesome car, why get a Porsche when you can have this beauty.

  2. David Nathan David Nathan says:

    I’ve owned a GT for 6yrs. It has proved reliable and a real joy to drive.
    One great benefit is that unlike most similar cars it is very comfortable and has a large boot, so it is ideal for touring. We’ve had 2wk European trips and had no problem in carrying all the luggage we needed. No floor hugging spoilers when getting on and off ferries, or when you find yourself on some less than perfect mountain road.
    Although it’s not cheap to run or maintain, with very little depreciation the overall running costs are OK.
    If you want a car that’s fanatastic to drive, with a beautiful engine scream when you floor it, but quiet when cruising down the autobahn at 120, and with all of the magic of the Maserati name I don’t know a better one.derssmi

  3. WRC WRC says:

    I bought a 2006 Spyder Cambiocorsa with 13k miles on it for my 60th birthday in April of 2013. It is December 1st of the same year and I just passed 20,000 miles. Had to put a new clutch in the first month. I had picked out a beautiful 911 4S seal grey cabriolet, manual 6 speed with cinnamon brown leather interior. I knew the owner of the dealership as he had sold me good exotics in the past. He had the spyder on the lot and thought I should compare them with test drives.
    The 911 was fabulous at a good price, but the Maserati is uniquely elegant, phenomenal to drive, they don’t make this 2 seater model anymore (no friends have one as they do have Porsches, Aston Martins, and everything else.
    This is no American luxury shopping center sports car – made to look sporty, but carry the family and groceries.

    I want to drive this forever.

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