Who are Maserati?
Established in Bologna in 1914, Maserati was born from a shared passion between four brothers.
With an impressive racing history that includes the likes of the legendary Stirling Moss, to a modern day luxury car brand, Maserati, now owned by the Fiat Chrysler Automobile Group (FCA), continues to produce some of the most beautiful and prestigious cars in the world.
Iconic models that have stood the test of time include the Ghibli, the Gran Turismo and the legendary race-bred Quattroporte.
In recent times Maserati have branched into the SUV sector, introducing their 4x4 Levante.
Frequently asked questions
How much does a Maserati cost to insure?
As well as your age, driving experience and address, another important factor that goes into calculating your Maserati premium is the car insurance group it falls into.
Car insurance groups range from 1 to 50, with vehicles in the higher groups typically costing more to insure.
Car insurance groups factor in the value, power and repair costs of a vehicle, so it should come as no surprise that Maseratis fall into the 21 to 50 group range.
But although the most popular models have much higher average premiums than your typical economy car, you could insure a classic Maserati Spyder GT Convertible for as little as £297.64**.
According to our data, the average insurance costs** of these vehicles are:
- Maserati Ghibli: average premium £1,033.69 per year
- Maserati Gran Turismo: average premium £4,149.46 per year
- Maserati Gran Turismo S: average premium £883.34 per year
- Maserati 3200: average premium £210.94 per year
- Maserati Coupe: average premium £633.65 per year
- Maserati Quattroporte: average premium £945.76 per year
- Maserati Levante: average premium £1,153.72 per year
- Maserati Spyder GT Convertible: average premium £297.64 per year
- Maserati Gransport Coupe: average premium £255.63 per year
You may find that some insurance providers are reluctant to provide a quote for certain Maserati models due to various factors such as difficulty in acquiring parts. In which case, and depending on the age of your Maserati, you may want to consider a specialist sports car or classic car insurance provider.
This is where we can help you. By sourcing our extensive list of trusted insurance providers, we can help you find the right policy and a level of cover that suits you.
**Average price amount based on the top five quotes from Compare the Market data from 1 July 2019 to 1 October 2019. The average is based on all variations of the vehicle model and uses risk data from people with different age ranges, addresses and driving histories. You may find a cheaper or more expensive quote based on your circumstances.
Can I cut the cost of my Maserati car insurance?
By comparing different quotes with us, you may find you can save money on your Maserati car insurance. You could also potentially cut costs by:
- parking overnight in a secure place.
- limiting your annual mileage and avoid driving in rush hour traffic
- building up a good no claims bonus
- increasing your voluntary excess
Browse our car insurance help hub for more helpful tips and guides on ways to cut down the cost of your car insurance.
Where can I get a fair price on my Maserati car insurance?
You can make sure you’re getting good value for money and the right level of cover for your Maserati with us.
By comparing a wide range of trusted insurance providers, we can quickly return a series of customised quotes allowing you to select the right premium for you. You can get a fair price for your car insurance premium in a matter of minutes by comparing car insurance quotes with us today.
And if you want to compare Maserati car insurance costs with other prestigious brands, check out our extensive list of makes and models at our car manufacturers hub.