What Is the Maserati Maintenance Cost?

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Upgrading your Los Angeles driving experience with a luxury new Maserati vehicle is a serious investment. As such, you’ll want to keep your new ride in pristine condition with the expert care and expertise only a certified Maserati service center can provide. What is the Maserati maintenance cost, and how often should you bring your vehicle to Rusnak Maserati of Pasadena for service? That depends upon the Maserati you’re driving, as there’s quite a lot of variation. However, we’ll do our best to give you a ballpark figure and a stronger idea of what to expect. Get all the details you need to care for your Maserati Levante SUV or your Ghibli luxury sedan, below.

One-Year Maserati Maintenance Cost

After the first full year or 12,000 miles of cruising Pasadena in your Maserati, it’s time for your first Maserati service visit. Expect the one-year Maserati service cost to run you approximately $1,175. If you’re leasing your Maserati, the Maserati cost of ownership lowers and this service will be covered under your contract. During this visit, the following Maserati services are performed:

  • Replace engine oil and filter
  • Replace AC cabin filter
  • Check engine coolant level, brake fluid, windshield, and windshield fluid
  • Inspect belts
  • Inspect engine for leaks
  • Inspect brakes system
  • Inspect lines, calipers, connections, and parking brake operation
  • Inspect bonnets, hinges, doors, and seats (operation and linings status)
  • Inspect Maserati tire condition and pressure control
  • Check operation of exterior lights
  • Check operation of seats and seat belts
  • Run diagnostic

Two-Year Maserati Maintenance Cost

When you hit the two-year or 25,000-mile mark with your Maserati in Glendale, it’s time for your next maintenance visit. Again, the Maserati cost of ownership differs depending on if you’re leasing or not. This appointment entails all of the Maserati service points covered in the one-year visit, with the addition of an engine air filter replacement. The Maserati maintenance cost for your two-year visit starts at $1,365, or if you’re leasing, this could be covered under your Maserati cost of ownership lease terms.

Three-Year Maserati Maintenance Cost

The three-year or 37,500-mile interval comes with a Maserati maintenance cost starting at $1,925. This visit entails everything from the one-year maintenance schedule, with the addition of spark plug replacement.

Schedule Maserati Service at Rusnak Maserati of Pasadena

Your Maserati is a fine-tuned machine built by expert engineers. It is important to keep up with the Maserati maintenance schedule we covered here today so as not to compromise its premium craftsmanship. If you have any lingering questions about Maserati maintenance costs or Maserati warranty info and extended warranty options, don’t hesitate to contact our Maserati service team or schedule an appointment with us. Check out our service tips for more helpful Maserati service info about the Maserati cabin filter, Maserati maintenance schedule, and more, and consult our rotating service specials for savings on brake service, routine maintenance, and more.

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