Introduced in Canada in 2017, the Maserati Levante is the Italian brand’s first SUV, which comes here courtesy of parent company Stellantis, which also controls Fiat and Alfa Romeo.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
This year, the Levante gets a simplified trim level structure: Trofeo remains at the top of the ladder, but slotting in below it are new GT and Modena configurations.
Levante GT and Modena trims use a 3.0L turbo V6 engine, with Modena getting a power bonus. Modena S gets another power bump thanks to a 3.8L turbo V8, and Trofeo models get a more potent V8. In all Levante models, an eight-speed transmission and AWD put power to pavement.
Levante GT comes with 20-inch wheels, air suspension, panoramic roof, heated seats/steering wheel, an 8.4-inch touchscreen with navigation, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, rear park assist, and blind spot monitoring.
Modena models gain 20-inch wheels, soft-close doors, ventilated seats, silk/leather upholstery, wood trim, 14-speaker audio, and LED headlights.
Finally, Trofeo brings 21-inch wheels and front sport seats.
Levante options include a driver assistance package of adaptive cruise, forward collision mitigation, 360-degree cameras, active driving assist, and pedestrian recognition; in GT trim, a comfort and convenience package adds heated rear seats, heated washer nozzles, soft-close doors, and upgraded front seats.
Stand-alone options include four-zone A/C, an extended leather interior, rear side sunshades, LED headlights (GT trim), and a stereo upgrade.
Maserati’s fuel consumption estimates for the Levante are 15.1/10.9 L/100 km (city/highway) for V6 models, and 17.4/12.0 with the V8 engine.
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