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Used Maserati Levante for Sale in San Francisco, CA

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Used Maserati Levante in San Francisco, CA

Whether work brought you here or it's always been your home, San Francisco, California is your town. But you know there's a lot more beyond the confines of your city. California is the classic, relaxed West Coast experience, and you're ready to see everything you can. You can imagine strolling the Santa Monica Pier, seeing sea life at Monterey Bay Aquarium, or getting some rest and relaxation in Big Sur. But to do so, you're going to need a good car.

You already know what you want, and that's a Maserati Levante. It has everything you want in a vehicle—updated design, smooth ride, and plenty of power. Plus, it's made by Maserati, a brand you respect. The one thing giving you pause is a the price of a new Maserati Levante. However, there's a better option.

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We hear you and we have a solution. We can get you the used Maserati you want without busting your wallet. It all starts with our meticulous 150-point inspection. No vehicle rolls off our property unless they satisfy our check-lists. Plus, to assure that you receive a wallet-friendlier rate, we regularly track tens of thousands of data points on past and current prices for related Maserati Levantes. You'll have peace of mind knowing that your car has the green light and that you got a great price on your Maserati.

More about the Maserati Levante

Maserati is an Italian automaker renowned for producing, sleek, stylish cars with premium features. The company was founded in 1914 with a focus on producing race cars. During the '60s, the automaker started to produce road cars. The Ghibli, a 330 horsepower luxury sedan, was one of the first non-racing models. In 1993, Maserati was bought by fellow Italian automaker, FIAT. Today, Maserati has expanded its lineup to include SUVs. If you desire a car that has European styling in a sporty package, Maserati should be on your list

The Maserati Levante is equipped with a 4L engine with a tremendous 590hp. Gas mileage varies based on driving conditions, but the Maserati Levante typically gets 15mpg in the city and about 21mpg on the highway. The Maserati Levante comes in several body styles like convertible, sedan, and sport utility. A convertible could be a fun option since San Francisco has so many sunny days a year.

Purchase a Pre-owned Maserati Levante before it's too late

Shift FAQ: Your questions answered

You have questions about used Maseratis and we have answers. Here are a few of our customers' most frequently asked questions on Maserati vehicles.
Does Maserati make luxury vehicles?
Yes, Maserati occupies the luxury car segment. Most Maserati Levantes will come standard with premium features.
What are the most popular Maserati models?
Maserati knows how to make vehicles that appeal to all types of drivers. The top Maserati models are the Ghibli, Levante, GranTurismo, and Quattroporte
Does the Maserati Levante come in different styles?
The Levante body styles are sport utility, sedan, and convertible
Can I return the Maserati if I don't like it?
From the date of purchase, you get seven days to bring it back. To accept the return, the vehicle has to be in the same condition that you bought it.

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